Whether enjoying your single status in 420 fashion or looking to impress a special someone with sativa, people are celebrating Valentine’s Day with weed-infused chocolate.
If you’re lucky enough to live where recreational marijuana is legal, you have an overwhelming number of cocoa-cannabis options. And these chocolates go way beyond a grassy home-cooked brownie. From infused wild strawberries to matcha-flavored edibles, here’s what to get your (smoking) partner this Valentine’s Day.
With a French name that translates to ‘intoxicated’, Défoncé crafts some of the most aesthetic edibles on the market.
Their delicacies range from hazelnut to matcha, making these bars a tantalizing option for that classy cannabis connoisseur in your life. And with exclusively THC-infused products (5 mg per serving), Défoncé bars are the perfect way to celebrate V-Day.
2. Savor, by Whoopi and Maya
Whoopi Goldberg teamed up with marijuana businesswoman Maya Elizabeth to create Savor, a chocolate spread filled with antioxidants.
Made from raw cacao beans and rich in nutrients, Savor is a delicious and nutritious edible option for the health-conscious cannabis lover. Savor is available with THC or CBD, so it can cure cramps and reduce inflammation, all while getting you high.
Savor is a fan favorite because of its versatility: spread it on toast, make hot chocolate, or dive in with a spoon.
3. Lord Jones
Here’s another chic ganja option. This company aims to make products suited for all edibles enthusiasts, of all levels.
Their chocolate espresso chews and chocolate-covered sea salt caramels are great for a relaxed 420-themed Valentine’s Day. In addition to THC and CBD-infused chocolates, Lord Jones also manufactures topicals.
4. Kiva Confections
Break off a piece of a Kiva Confections chocolate bar this Valentine’s Day! Though less flashy than other chocolates, Kiva offers artisanal bars, mints and espresso bites.
Available at dispensaries in California, Arizona, Nevada and Illinois, Kiva provides a delicious, natural, and easily accessible holiday high.
This California chocolate company sells almonds, strawberries, raisins, blueberries and cacao beans… all dipped in chocolate. They offer a variety of dosing options: 3mg and 6mg CBD, and 2mg, 3mg, 6mg, and 10mg THC.
Even more exciting is their special off Bud Potion No. 9, which includes a variety of chocolate and massage oil.
Whether looking for a Valentine’s gift or a sweet note to a romantic evening, look to Satori.
This chocolate is not for the faint of heart. Living up to its name, Punch contains 25 mg of THC per square and can get you feeling good for 9 to 12 hours.
Not only do these chocolates pack a punch, they’re also available in multiple flavors: peanut butter, strawberry cheesecake and even sugar-free. If you and your sweetheart are seasoned blazers, try this for a soaring high.
With the legalization of recreational Mary J in 9 states, people are celebrating Valentine’s Day with weed-infused chocolate. Whether looking for a last-minute gift or a happy ending to a 420-themed date night, cannabis-infused chocolate couldn’t be better.
You can even make your own weed-infused chocolate if you’re feeling creative! Just remember: edibles are more potent than smoking, so pay attention to the dose.
Whether lit up or chilled out, we hope you end your Valentine’s Day ends on a high note.
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