The ingredients are a few of my favorite things: sugar, cream, salt, and canna butter, made from equal parts of Gorilla Glue and Grape OG flower from Motoperpetuo, which Storrs shares is “predominantly Sativa at 22.5 percent THC aggregate in flower.” He also says that the canna butter was “made with a Magical Butter machine at a strength of 1/2 oz flower to 1 cup clarified butter.” (For those of you who make edibles at home with a Magical Butter machine or any other method, this resulted in a canna butter which tested at 10.9 milligram of THC per gram.)
There is a CBD version of the caramel sauce, too, in two-ounce jars, available in strengths of 50 or 200 milligrams of CBD, made as a partnership with Bud Brother’s Apothecary, under the name Wezz Originals. They have also collaborated on a CBD Peppermint Cooca with 50 milligrams of CBD. Both products are available online. If sweets aren’t your thing, there are upcoming savory releases as well, including a shelf-stable canna-infused Aioli called Head Spread.
The THC caramel sauce is available at Jayne dispensary. While this is a discreet consumption option, it’s also one that anybody who sees will want a taste of. If you’re bringing this over the meadow and through the woods to Grandmother’s Boca Raton condo or any other end-of-year celebrations this season, consider grabbing a second jar. It goes fast.
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