CLOVR announced the launch of seasonal products hitting dispensaries in the next week through partnerships with Robhots, and Christopher Elbow.
Robhot’s delicious Apple Pie Gummies are spiced with cinnamon and sugar, reminiscent of homemade Apple Pie. You get a delicious bite without the heavy feeling. This Apple Pie is Seasonal and only available in October while supplies last . These are infused with distillate, avoiding any hashy aftertaste, just a clean edible feeling for Missouri medical patients.
Also seasonal – Christopher Elbow pumpkin spice bonbons. The Clovr-Elbow partnership continues to be a strong one – responding to the trend within the medical cannabis space for high-quality and highly appetizing edibles for patients who prefer not to inhale smoke. These chocolate bars are created with meticulously sourced, high-quality ingredients. Luxurious TCHO and Valrhona chocolate is infused with THC distillate and combined by hand with non-chocolate ingredients like nuts and spices and these new fall flavors are no different. Each bonbon is portioned for easy and consistent dosing.
CLOVR x Christopher Elbow Limited Edition Pumpkin Spice Caramel
“Creating natural, authentic flavors, made with the highest quality cannabis and ingredients has always been our mission,” says Josh Mitchem CEO of Clovr. “These new products align with that promise, and offer our customers the luxury of indulging in great tasting, high quality cannabis for medical needs without any sacrifice in quality or flavor.”
About CLOVR: Headquartered in Kansas City, Clovr is a cannabis-infused product manufacturer that believes in safe, consistent, and quality cannabis products for Missouri’s medical marijuana patients. As the extractor, infuser, and wholesaler of our own products, we can ensure patients are getting exactly what they are reading on the label – no chemicals, no funny business.
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