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Feature On Leafly:
Here’s one portrait of cannabis in Canada in 2018: One of the most popular products on the illicit market can be found in a boutique design studio in downtown Toronto. There’s no password, no secret handshake, and you don’t need a medical license to purchase it.
The bars fit in seamlessly among the artisan objects and installations and curatorial projects inside the space.
Out in the open, in a bright and colourful space, are rows of chocolate bars infused with cannabis. They come in a range of tastes—including an all-cocoa butter white chocolate bar with organic Japanese matcha, a milk chocolate espresso bar with hand-cracked coffee beans, and an orange bar infused with natural citrus oil. Each bar is individually numbered and wrapped in delicate chiyogami paper imported from Japan.