Give the Gift of Weed Chocolate This Valentine's Day

click to enlarge Valentine's Day gifts can be difficult to pick, but CLOVR puts a new one on the market this year. - Courtesy Flickr / Alex Crick
Valentine's Day gifts can be difficult to pick, but CLOVR puts a new one on the market this year.

With Valentine's Day a little over three weeks away, plotting gifts to shower your loved ones with can be a little bit complicated if you want to break the mold of flowers or heart chocolates. If you're looking for something slightly different this year, set your sights no further than your local dispensary.

CLOVR, a Kansas City-based cannabis-infused product manufacturer, doubles as Cupid this year, aiming to help you give the perfect gift: Partnered with Christopher Elbow Chocolatier, the companies crafted chocolate bonbons. Only available for a limited time, a pack of two bonbons have a strawberry and caramel filling, white chocolate shell and ten milligrams of THC per chocolate.

click to enlarge The bonbons in question. - Courtesy CLOVR
Courtesy CLOVR
The bonbons in question.

“Creating new and authentic flavors, made with the highest quality cannabis and ingredients has always driven us,” Josh Mitchem, CEO of Clovr, said in a press release. “These new products align with that promise, and offers customers the luxury of indulging in high quality cannabis with unbelievable flavor while not sacrificing quality or flavor that our medical patients desire.”

The chocolates are available at participating dispensaries which can be found on CLOVR’s website.

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Jenna Jones

Jenna Jones is one of the digital content editors at the Riverfront Times. She would love to talk to you about Harry Styles.
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