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Thai Iced Tea Chew

from High Notes

High Notes makes the world a better place by using recyclable packaging crafted in the USA, utilizing wind power energy.

We’ve all heard the expression “start your day on a high note.” Well, now you really can do exactly that! But before we dive into the tasty treats that this brand offers, let us give you some background on how they first got their start…

It all began with a DNA test, where co-founder Joe Cheskin found out that underground hip-hop legends Josh Martinez and Sleep (of The Chicharones) were his brothers. He immediately raced to Portland to connect with his new family, and that very weekend was when the idea of High Notes candy chews was born. From that point on, their goal was to create products that they would personally love to consume.

Fast forward to today, their brand now offers three different mouth-watering flavors: Strawberry Cream, Chocolate, and August’s Edible of the Month, Thai Iced Tea! These user-friendly candies are very simple to dose out, as you can easily split this soft chew in half for a 25mg dosage, or in quarters for a 12.5mg dosage. Or, do what we did, and eat the whole 50mg for a pleasant night of relaxation. With their intense attention to detail, you can feel rest assured that each chew is perfectly dosed. 

Their products come in a child-resistant, retro-designed box that ties in perfectly with the overall vibe of this hip and down-to-earth brand. High Notes makes this world a better place by using recyclable packaging crafted in the USA, utilizing wind power energy.

With notes of crushed tamarind, cardamom, and star anise, this unique and foreign-tasting edible will surely transport your mind, body, and soul to a warm beach in Thailand with just one bite. If you didn’t know it, you would think you are sipping on the real thing. 

The next time you are looking for a quality yet cost-effective edible, be sure to ask your budtender what High Notes flavors are available! 

This article was originally published in the August 2021 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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