Hype has surrounded the Cookies brand and its founder Berner, who recently launched their first Massachusetts dispensary in Worcester. We decided to stop by and see what all of the buzz was about, as Cookies is known to carry some of the finest quality products in the game.
Cookies has pulled out all of the stops for the vibe of their dispensary. Their signature colors, blue and white, are represented throughout the building. The shop is highly staffed with security, which can be a little overwhelming and unwelcoming, but this is sure to be a destination where many people will shop.
Cookies has an awesome menu line-up with a lot of flavors that I’ve been wanting to try. One of those strains is Slapz (Runtz x Greasemonkey) by Exotic Genetix. Provided by local up and comers, Southie Adams, I made a mad dash for some live rosin 40-149u Slapz hash. As they say on their website, “Southie uses only ice water and agitation to extract the purest full-spectrum cannabinoids from your favorite strains. It’s fresh frozen solventless.”
A baby blue colored bag with the Cookies logo made me feel like I was receiving some official and authorized dank from the Cookies crew. Nova Farms/Southie Adams packaging is some of my favorite – their concentrate box was black, green and blue – which matched the Cookies lock bag. I enjoyed reading the story on the side of the box, complete with a message of good vibes and positivity, which is something new and creative for dispensary packaging.
Slapz live rosin tested at 82.5% THCA, which is a great potency level. A golden honey yellow color is soaked with juicy terp puddles. This live rosin has a gooey, pliable, and moist texture – leaving you to mix and play around with it as you dose yourself with the perfect dab.
Overall, the most impressive aspect of this product were the strong medicinal qualities – leaving no question as to the potency and effectiveness of the strain. But if you’re looking to see for yourself what all the hype and high price tag is about, definitely take a trip to the Cookies storefront in Worcester and check out their full line of offerings – a baby blue sea of dankness awaits.
This article was originally published in the October 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.
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