Hey, panackenap here, with Alpha Berry, by Daize. Which is a brand under the Dynaleo umbrella.
For these gummy reviews I grab one offering from every brand available on the provincial online store (that I haven’t seen yet). This is the second round of these, check this page for all gummy reviews I’ve posted so far.
I take photos of everything and a dietician summarizes the ingredients, while noting anything interesting.
From there I make a few observations while consuming the gummy.
Finally I note the price and content. I calculate the price per mg of content and contrast the value with a recent scan I did of prices from unlicensed gummy products.
- 13 ingredients
- 3 sweeteners: glucose, sugar, apple juice concentrate
- Natural flavour
- Artificial color (allura red)
- Coconut oil, lemon oil
- preservatives: citric acid, sodium citrate
- Interesting: amaranth (grain similar to quinoa)
I asked about the most interesting ingredient in this second set of gummy products, and she (the dietician) said the amaranth in this gummy. She even asked if the consistency was more granulated in this gummy (it’s not).
Same gummy nature and rubbery firmness as the rest of the Dynaleo gummies.
Lacks berry flavour but has a pleasing lemon flavour that interprets strongly. Has berry colouring. Faint cannabis aftertaste present.
Price was $7.49, that’s $0.75 per mg of THC content.
In a scan I did of just over 600 listings of unlicensed gummy products I found the price was $0.36 per mg of claimed content, or 52% less than the price of the Alpha Berry gummy.
10mg THC, spread across two gummies.
Name is Alpha Berry but contains no berry flavour. Flavour is lemon.
Does contain Amaranth, which is a grain ingredient similar to quinoa. Some people may find this a neat addition, I’d relate it isn’t noticeable.
Typical Dynaleo shape and feel, with granulated sugar.
Content is 10mg THC like other Dynaleo packages, but contains 2 gummies.