After my positive review of Mountain High Suckers, I decided to try another edible, this time by Sweet Grass Kitchen. I mentioned previously that I was not a huge fan of edibles because they left me wondering if I was really medicated or not. Well, the PB&J Cup from Sweet Grass Kitchen was another hit, but not quite as delicious.
The company was founded in 2009, and they began by baking chocolate chip cookies for a Boulder dispensary. They boast that their products are made using their very own triple-strained, 72-hour, sweet leaf cannabutter.
The PB&J cup recipe could use some improvement. I didn’t taste much peanut butter in the crumble mix and there was an unsatisfying amount of strawberry jam throughout. (The strawberry jam looked and tasted more like a grape jelly, though. Very weird.) I could definitely taste the cannabutter over everything else, maybe because it has 60 mg of THC.
Within a half hour of eating the cup, I wanted to just chill and listen to TOOL with my headphones on. That was a sign that I was definitely high. I was relaxed and forgot that my back had been hurting earlier. The effects lasted at least four hours. I did get a little sleepy at random times throughout. Sweet Grass Kitchen’s PB&J Cup was well worth the $4 I paid at my local dispensary. I just wish I would’ve chosen one of their chocolate chip cookies instead.