OG Kush is easily one of my top favorite hybrid strains of cannabis

I felt like a kid in a candy store when I found an amazing coffee shop that sells bulk coffee grounds of every variety that they brew.

You can sample new varieties while you’re there and it’s some of the best coffee I’ve ever had.

I started sending bags of it to my parents for birthdays and holidays and now they’re raving about it. I had to give the name of the company out to multiple family members after giving them bags for the winter holidays this year. I love going in and trying a new variety of coffee beans I haven’t sampled before. There are darker varieties of coffee like French Roast, but I prefer a medium roast coffee instead. Cinnamon vanilla might seem rather straightforward as far as coffee flavors go, but their version of this flavor is amazing! Although I might have an insanely good selection of coffee varieties, I didn’t always have the same degree of options when it came to cannabis strains. For the first few years of legal cannabis in this state, many cannabis dispensaries would only grow a handful of different strains. I have heard one defense of this practice being the idea that it can be hard to dial-in certain strains of cannabis, especially if one phenotype is more susceptible to mold or bud rot than another. One local cannabis dispensary had about 20 different strains in their second year of existence in our market, but by the end of their fourth year they had cut this number down by at least 60%. They had one crop of cannabis that was devastated from fungal contamination. Although I get annoyed by the reduction in selection, at least the strains they kept were the ones that yield high THC numbers and seem to smell and taste the freshest.

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