Just like they did with craft beer, Portland owns the edible space. The selection is surprisingly small, perhaps limited by Portland’s trademark rainy weather conditions. Still, there’s a sense of true community and transparency that is unparalleled to any other cannabis city in the US and abroad.
Oregon legalizes recreational marijuana
Serra Dispensary leads the way in the luxury dispensaries
Massive growing pains. An oversupply of product has prices plummeting and farms closing
Portland owns the edibles scene
Portland is shrouded in a grey mist for a good portion of the year, but this near-constant rainy haze facilitates a level of verdancy that can’t really be found anywhere else in the country.
Thankfully, a good portion of this robust greenery has made its way into the cannabis industry.
In many ways, Oregon has surpassed some of the more established recreational states, particularly when it comes to edibles, and most certainly with earning trust. Whether you’re looking to trek into the vast wilderness of the Greater Northwest or want to dive headfirst into the city’s nightlife, you can feel confident you have the absolute best cannabis.
A sweet, sour, bitter and salty dish catering to a high palate.
Look for the Hi on your menu.
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