Hey pancakenap here today with another review of a Canadian gummy product. This is Spinach’s Sourz product, produced by Peace Naturals The flavour I am reviewing today is Blue Raspberry Watermelon.
For these gummy reviews I grab one offering from every brand available on the provincial online store (that I haven’t seen yet).
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.
- 17 ingredients
- 3 sweeteners: sugar, tapioca syrup, and erythritol (artificial sweetener, sugar alcohol)
- Natural flavour
- Natural colour
- MCT oil
- preservatives: sodium potassium tartrate, citric acid, sodium citrate, sodium phosphate, malic acid, tartaric acid
Lots of preservatives on this one, and some artificial sweeteners.
Mouth feel is firm, the gummies have hard right angles. Gummy doesn’t have a chewy feel, instead feels like crystallized sugar.
Tastes not too sour, gummy is very sweet in comparison. Flavour is amorphous, tastes more like a sugary Slurpee. With the blue and red colouring, you tend to forget about the inclusion of watermelon.
Price was $6.99, or $0.70 per mg of THC.
That’s just below average for my purchases these legal gummy products, and about 2x the average from what I can find from the legacy market.
Content was 10mg THC total, or 2mg per gummy.
Intricate visual design that looks good.
Contains about 50% more ingredients than average gummy product.
Contains some preservatives and artificial sweeteners.
Gummy was firm, with some sharper edges.
Tasted like an ambiguous sugar slurry under a sour coating.