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Coconut Milk

from Rogue River Family Farms

Creamy. Smooth. And likely to lull you into a sweet, satisfied slumber of overindulgence.

Jackson County operation, Rogue River Family Farms, built their foundation on family. From there, a garden focused on organic practices has flourished – where this Certified Kind farm is fed “directly from the mountain shed streams” amid the luscious lands and sweet sunlight of Southern Oregon.

Coconut Milk is a Ziplock Seeds success, brought to life by blending Cereal Milk with (Jungle Cake x GMO). The team at Rogue River Family Farms tends to a plant that produces tight, bright-green flowers freckled with a few fair, light-orange pistils. Everyone’s been hard at work harvesting, and some Coconut Milk sounds like a nice way to nourish souls and senses after another successful season. Let’s peek into the playful packaging – which offers a new system of music-inspired strain categorization – and serve up a bowl of this decadent cultivar.

A sweet musty nose, like a whiff of grainy Wheaties, opens your olfactory senses – but breaking into the bud brings out a surprise of savory steak that screams GMO. It briefly bounces back to a magically milky bowl of Frosted Flakes, all before flashing to a fresh undertone of evergreen – the latter of which is more of a mouthfeel than a tangible taste tickler.

The sensation is its moniker’s match made in heaven. Creamy. Smooth. And likely to lull you into a sweet, satisfied slumber of overindulgence. 

RogueRiverFamilyFarm.com | @rogueriverfamilyfarms_llc

This article was originally published in the November 2023 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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