Coast’s packaging is proper. The thick cardboard shines and you can tell it’s made from high-quality material. Boasting their logo on the front of the package, the red, white, blue and orange colors look like a sunset. The thoughtful design is sleek, but artsy – and slitting the S’mores Chocolate Bar package open will likely require something sharp. Certainly childproof, there are “Not Safe For Kids” and “Contains THC” warning labels as a clear reminder that these tasty treats are for adults only.
Once you’ve opened this package of deliciousness, you’ll find dehydrated bits of marshmallow embedded with chunks of organic graham cracker, sunk into delicious fair-trade milk chocolate. On the opposite side, each morsel of chocolate is stamped with a THC warning label.
The smore’s chocolate bar smells sweet and aromatic, and upon tasting it, you’re enlightened with a deep and robust chocolatey flavor with afternotes of graham cracker and sugary marshmallow. With the smoothness of the milk chocolate and s’mores ingredients, it’s a highly flavorful experience. I ended up taking two morsels and I hit them with my dab torch, adding a real burnt s’more flavor.
This is a premium edible with a strong high and effect – highlighted by Coast’s utilization of ethanol-extracted Cannabis distillate, which is odorless, flavorless and perfect for chocolates. I took 60 milligrams my first round and definitely felt an exceptional body high with an easy onset. Matching the body stone with a sense of inspiration, you may catch yourself daydreaming. Thankfully, Coast has a very thorough testing label on each product so you can dose yourself appropriately. I would recommend adding the total strength/milligram on the front of the package, and per serving, as the testing label is so detailed that it may be hard to decipher.
To acquire Coast Canna goods you can order through their website, and products can be picked up at select dispensary locations in Massachusetts such as Bask Inc. in Fairhaven, Campfire Cannabis in West Boylston, all three Canna Provisions locations and more.
This article was originally published in the February 2021 issue of Northeast Leaf.
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