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2021 Maryland Edible Special: Chocolate and Caramel

The Maryland Leaf staff unveils their picks for the state's top Cannabis-infused chocolate and caramel!

Encore Edibles
Sativa Espresso Caramels

10mg THC/serving, 100mg THC/per pack

verano.holdings | @veranobrands

Flavored with Vigilante Coffee Company coffee, these taste of fresh espresso and caramel, while supporting a Maryland business. I mixed one of these in with a coffee, and let the flavors go to town. After one caramel, I noticed a boost in positive energy that was perfect for a busy workday.

Encore Edibles Sativa Espresso Caramels
Encore Edibles Sativa Espresso Caramels

Encore Edibles
Indica Sea Salt Caramels

10mg THC/serving, 100mg THC/package

verano.holdings | @veranobrands

Sweet and salty can be a fire combination, and the sea salt accompanied with the rich caramel had me completely forget I was eating an edible. The balance of the aforementioned outweighs the Cannabis flavor, which is definitely a good thing sometimes. After two caramels, I was falling asleep halfway through the new Dune movie.


Encore Edibles
Belgian Chocolatier Indica Milk Chocolate

10mg THC/serving, 100mg THC/package

verano.holdings | @veranobrands

The packaging of these chocolates were giving Godiva vibes, from the shiny bright exterior to the individually wrapped pieces. Each chocolate is perforated in the middle, making them perfect for breaking into two sessions. One chocolate was enough for me effects wise, but the flavor made it difficult to not eat every single one in one sitting.


Evermore
Chocolate Discos

10mg THC/serving, 100mg THC/package

evermorecompany.com | @evermorecompany

Evermore uses high-quality dark chocolate when producing their Discos, which is combined with an extract known as FECO. Full Extract Cannabis Oil gives a much wider and arguably stronger range of effects than distillate. I made a hot chocolate and grated one of these Discos over the whipped cream, for a match of effects and flavors that were made in heaven.

This article was originally published in the December 2021 issue of all Leaf Magazines.

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