We tried it: Junk Edibles' infused marshmallows, cookies, and exploding rocks

We tried it: Junk Edibles' infused marshmallows, cookies, and exploding rocks
Marijuana.com

Junk is the throwback candy arm of popular Oregon edibles brand Leif Goods. And while Leif Goods’ chocolate bars, topicals, and tinctures maintain contemporary millennial branding, Junk is just straight-up weed candy. Its line of carnivalesque treats is a low-key stoner fever dream: fizzy popping candy edibles, chocolate-coated cookies, and fat, squishy marshmallows dipped in dark chocolate and topped with chocolate salt — that’s right, chocolate salt exists. The doses max out at 100 milligrams of THC, but are available in 50 milligrams, and — in the case of the marshmallows — CBD is an option as well. I spent the first scorching weekend of summer auditioning Junk’s Holy Moly O’s, Marshmallow Super Bon Bons, and Candy Dynamites as I slurped ice cream at the mall, floated on my back in an icy river, and comfortably napped away the peak heat hours. Find Leif Goods First impressions Junk is doing something unique in the cannabis edibles space by tapping into nostalgia. The branding is, put simply, darling. Each item is housed in brightly colored packaging emblazoned with the JUNK brand logo, and though each package differs slightly, they all seem to have been dressed from the same closet, and the result is a cohesive set of edibles that are borderline collectible in their cuteness. Each of these edibles is made with full-spectrum cannabis oil, rather than isolate. Though the effects were robust for each, none of them has the trademark skunky smack of cannabis, a take-it-or-leave-it note for cannaisseurs who prefer a bit of diesel in their edibles. Personally, I found that the novelty eclipsed what may be construed as a lack of authentic cannabis flavors and aromas, but that begs the question: who’s going to shade pop rocks for not tasting weedy enough? Marshmallow Super Bon-Bons These simple vegan…

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