I feel like I’ve been absolutely drowning in edibles ever since the So Cal Cannabis Cup. There were dozens of the most innovative and creative edibles that I’ve ever seen in my life, and I just had to try them all. After a little trip to Colorado, I got back to find a few containers still untouched. What I wasn’t expecting was that these containers were some of the best tasting edibles I’ve ever had. While there are lots of products for me to review, one company that needs to be addressed right away is Auntie Dolores.
The company was founded nearly 8 years ago in San Francisco, but I got my first introduction to their products just recently. It’s clear they’ve mastered their craft, though. One of my favorite parts of this company is their clever name. Not only does it give off the image of an old lady that makes the best baked goods in town, and gives a shout out to the company’s founding location, but it goes even deeper. The word dolore actually means pain in Latin, and since Auntie Dolores is the the remedy to pain, their company might as well be called anti pain. I got to try three of their specialized baked goods and none of them disappointed.
Luckily two or three little biscuits only has about 10 mg of THC in them, but there’s a whopping 200 in the whole container so make sure you keep an eye on it.
The first product I tried were the medicated cheese biscuits. I was pleasantly surprised to find that they tasted very similar cheezits. These things are tiny and tasty, so just like all of Auntie Dolores other products. It is easy to over do it. Luckily two or three little biscuits only has about 10 mg of THC in them, but there’s a whopping 200 in the whole container so make sure you keep an eye on it. If you like cheese biscuits you’ll love these, if those kinds of crackers aren’t for you then I’d recommend you check out one of the many other options they have.
Another one of those products that is very similar, but might have a wider demographic appeal is their Cocoa Sparkle Cookies. They’ve got the same setup when it comes to potency, but these little chocolate wonders had me going back for another one until I realized they were all gone. Despite being sweet and delicious these snacks are diabetic friendly and contain no high fructose corn syrup or preservatives. I also can’t get over how great the serving sizes are. Yes, it’s possible to eat only 10 mg of this stuff, but it also wouldn’t be too hard to eat all 200 mg. This range is great for all tolerance levels. If you’re not trying to get high off your medication, Auntie Dolores still has something for you.
Their standard recyclable boxes are used, but then almost three full layers of protection are added to keep your brownie pristine.
Auntie Dolores isn’t just a company that makes good products, they’ve got good people making them. This is abundantly clear because of all the extra steps they take to create a one of a kind edible experience. From the ingredients they choose for their edibles, to the environmentally conscious packaging, Auntie Dolores is all about honest clean living.
The CBD Chocolate Brownie bite was an entirely different experience than the other two edibles. First of all it was an actual full sized brownie, but it claimed to have five servings. This was the first product that I tried of theirs that I had to roll my eyes at the serving suggestion. This thing might be able to be cut into thirds, but I decided to eat it all at once. I definitely didn’t regret that decision. Not only was it delicious, but I felt wonderful after. All of the packaging was great, but I especially like the way they do their brownie packages. Their standard recyclable boxes are used, but then almost three full layers of protection are added to keep your brownie pristine. I honestly don’t know that I’ve had a CBD brownie before, and the taste was definitely a little different than I’m used to. That being said I think I might prefer CBD to THC flavor in a brownie!