We’ve officially hit sweater weather, and it’s a damn good time to cozy up to some new edibles. We rounded up some of our favorite, easy-to-dose products that’ll enhance your autumnal activities, whether you’re carving pumpkins or getting lost AF in a corn maze. Here are six to get your mitten-wearing hands on this fall.
Marigold Sweets Cinnamon Toffee
Marigold Sweets Cinnamon Toffee is perfectly spiced for fall. The maple syrup-sweetened treat is coated in dark chocolate and packs in 15 mg of THC per bar. “It was originally seasonal, but was so popular I make it year round now,” said Marigold Sweets owner and mastermind Vanessa Doralavorato. “[It’s] so buttery it’s like a shortbread. That’s the key to good toffee—there shouldn’t be a sugar goober between your teeth.” The toffee—made with Fair Trade, organic ingredients—comes eight bars to a tin.
Serra x Woodblock Chocolate CBD Dark Chocolate Bar
The bars coming from Portland’s first bean-to-bar chocolatier, Woodblock Chocolate, play nicely with Serra’s cannabis touch. The Serra x Woodblock Chocolate CBD Dark Chocolate Bar uses a micro-lot of cacao beans from La Reunion Estate in Trinidad. “This is a small crop of cacao plants cultivated by one grower exclusively for Serra’s chocolates, meaning consumers can only taste this unique cacao with hints of figs, marshmallow, pepper and raspberries in our CBD bar,” said Holly Hukill, Product Development Director at Groundworks Industries, the parent company of Serra. “In these colder months, I especially love melting them down into a hot cup of milk for the most decadent drinking chocolate. The combination of cannabis and rich chocolate is a blanket for the soul.” Look out for Serra’s limited-edition salty-sweet holiday chocolate partnership with Jacobsen Salt Co. later this fall.
Flour Child Seasonal Jam
Enjoy the fruits of the fall harvest with Flour Child’s seasonal jams. Using organic produce from local farms, Flour Child makes the breakfast-friendly condiment with strain specific whole flower rosin pressed from responsibly sourced cannabis. “We pair each fruit varietal and strain accordingly, not to mask its flavor but to enhance it as an herb,” the website reads. The 4-ounce jars make microdosing easy, with 2.5 mg THC per teaspoon, and 7.5 mg THC per tablespoon.
Coming out of San Francisco, Pot d’Huile is one of the most versatile edibles on the market. The California-grown olive oil is made up of 1 mg of THC per 1 ml of olive oil and goes with damn near everything. Toss it into a salad, drizzle it on mac n’ cheese—the savory sky is the limit (as long as you keep the cooking temperature below 314 degrees Fahrenheit to retain the psychoactive properties).
Clockwork Coffee gives you more than just a caffeine buzz. The market’s first cannabis-infused instant coffee stick is made with 100-percent Colombian coffee and is available in 5- and 10-mg dosages. “Clockwork Coffee is the ‘more wakey, less shaky’ coffee,” says Jeremy Goldstein, COO and co-founder of Stillwater Brands, the company behind cannabis-infused Stillwater and Whitewater teas, as well Ripple, the dissolvable cannabinoids that power Clockwork Coffee. “It’s the perfect balance of caffeine for energy, THC distillate for clear-headed creativity, and CBD to kill jitters. Consumers say it makes them feel energized, focused and ready to tackle the day.”
Highland Pantry Almond Butter
You know those little almond butter packets they sell at Starbucks? Wellm those don’t have any weed in them. Highland Pantry’s organic almond butter feature 10 mg of THC per packet. It’s a protein-filled edible that travels well; throw it in your backpack and go tackle your fall favorite activities. “Our edibles can also provide a healthy hiking companion or a quick restorative afternoon snack,” the Highland Pantry website reads.