Hey, Squid Pants here with an edible review! This line from Spinach features jelly candies in a non-cube shape of non-teeny size. In the legal Canadian market that’s kind of noteworthy. Now that expectations are set, let’s get to it!
This is from Spinach. I am not a fan of their flower but this is a different category of product so happy to reset for this.
Mylar bag. Really nothing else to say, it does a good job of keeping the content very fresh without being terribly interesting otherwise. I have no complaints and no specific praise here. This was packaged April 1st, 2022 and I opened it 74 days later.
Bicoloured “S” shaped candies that are sugar crusted of a size that is normal for a candy. Really not bad, they certainly look better than tiny cubes of gelatinous substance.
Softer than I would expect and dissolve to a grittiness (from the granulated sugar) a bit quicker than expected. Not bad, really a fine interpretation of that type of candy but not my preference.
Scent & Taste
Smells like candy peach scent, which is what I expected and liked. Taste is closer to the candy version of orange but the peach comes through too. Nothing offensive here, no bitterness which I have found in other similar types of edibles and zero cannabis taste or scent.
Price and Value
I got this from Edition X in Toronto. There I paid $8 before tax which is perfectly in line with the general market price. Yeah, that’s $0.80 per mg of THC, or $1.60 per piece. You can get the same amount of cannabinoids in much cheaper packages, in my opinion bigger piece sizes doesn’t justify paying this much more.
I didn’t mention this above, but if you are a leaf eating hippie these are gelatine free. Non animal product options are always welcome in my opinion. These were fine as far as being candies but I can’t see a reason to get these over any cheaper products. If you are willing to pay a premium, get something nicer than these.
Also they weren’t even remotely sour, which makes me bitter.
Holds an honours BSc. from University of Toronto and resides in Toronto, Ontario. He has hosted a weekly cannabis grow discussion online and helps run a semi regular contest for amateur growers called TCLEWSI.