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Tea Pot Lounge

Tea Pot Lounge

I looked at about a dozen different flowers, including a beautifully frosty and sweet Black Ice OG, some decent Super Silver Haze and the same Super Silver Haze/OG cross dubbed Kizzle that the Cannasseur developed.
Groundswell

Groundswell

Some cuts looked better than others, like the NYC Diesel and the Berry Skunk, but most looked well-dried and cured -- healthy buds from a medium-sized warehouse.
Top Shelf Alternatives

Top Shelf Alternatives

Top Shelf Alternatives also had two special strains, Blacktooth Grin and Lavender, at $15 per gram all the way up. I got a good look at both, and neither seemed to be of any better quality than the rest of the items on the shelf.

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  • The Center

    259 Main St. Carbondale, CO 81623
    970-510-5229

  • Choice Organics

    813 Smithfield Dr. Fort Collins, CO 80524
    970-472-6337

    http://choiceorganicsinc.com

  • Chronic Therapy

    10030 W. 27th Ave. Wheat Ridge, CO 80215
    303-233-3087

  • Citi-Med

    Citi-Med

    1640 E. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80210
    303-975-6485

    http://denversdispensary.com Citi-Med is in a small East Evans strip center that has served for years as a second cafeteria to University of Denver students, with the original Chipotle on one end and an Anthony's Pizza on the other. Inside, the shop is small; the front half is a little waiting room with a couch and leather chairs set up facing each other and a flat-screen TV hanging on the green wall. At the bud bar, you'll find more than twenty strains, which the shop says are all grown organically in-house. The mission of the dispensary is to provide a higher level of care, and that's what you'll find, from the personalized attention to the quality of the offerings (which include edibles, extracts, wax and oil). Employees are friendly and remember repeat customers. Read our full dispensary review of Citi-Med. More >>

  • The Clinic Capitol Hill

    The Clinic Capitol Hill

    745 E. 6th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    720-536-5229

    http://thecliniccolorado.com The Clinic has won more than twenty awards for its cannabis, concentrates and charitable contributions, and in 2013, the dispensary chain opened up some of its stores to recreational customers. This centrally located site on Sixth Avenue was one of the first Clinic stores to offer pot to the general public --­­ and the general public was excited to see that happen, because the Clinic is renowned for having some of the highest­-quality meds around (and one of the widest selections, to boot). On the corner of Clarkson and Sixth, there's a parking lot for patient convenience and plenty of sticky goodness inside. Since the genesis of medical marijuana in Denver, the Clinic has been one of the go-­to spots for high quality and knowledgeable budtenders; there are very few dispensaries that measure up to the selection and quality available at the Clinic. The prices reflect that bump in quality, but customers seeking the headiest nugs won't complain, because they'll get what they pay for. More >>

  • Clinic 5280

    1629 S. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80905
    719-630-5280

  • The Clinic Colorado

    The Clinic Colorado

    3888 E. Mexico Ave. Denver, CO 80222
    303-758-9114

    http://thecliniccolorado.com The Clinic has won more than twenty awards for its cannabis, concentrates and charitable contributions. The space even feels somewhat homey ­--­ though not in that weird, "What am I doing in this person's home?" kind of way. Of its several Denver­-area outposts, the Mexico Avenue location was the first Clinic to cater to recreational clients. Price breakdowns are available for the ganja; a smaller board lists prices for hash and kief. The bud case holds about twenty strains of herb separated into sativa and indica types, as well as a handful of strains of hash and hash oil; a smaller shelf up top has the dispensary picks, including some Ice Princess and that Sour D. Since the genesis of medical marijuana in Denver, the Clinic has been one of the go­-to spots for high quality and knowledgeable budtenders; there are very few dispensaries that measure up to the selection and quality available here. The prices reflect that bump in quality, but customers seeking the headiest nugs won't complain, because they'll get what they pay for. More >>

  • The Clinic Highlands

    The Clinic Highlands

    3460 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211
    303-997-7130

    http://thecliniccolorado.com The Clinic's Highland location is in an adorable modified home on 32nd Avenue; it looks just like one of the cute, locally owned boutiques that flourish in the neighborhood, but an entirely different kind of local product is available for purchase. The Clinic has won more than twenty awards for its cannabis, concentrates and charitable contributions, and in 2013, the dispensary chain opened up some of its stores to recreational customers. The Highland spot was one of the first Clinic stores to offer pot to the general public --­­ and the general public was excited to see that happen, because the Clinic is renowned for having some of the highest­-quality meds around (and one of the widest selections, to boot). Since the genesis of medical marijuana in Denver, the Clinic has been one of the go-­to spots for high quality and knowledgeable budtenders; there are very few dispensaries that measure up to the selection and quality available at the Clinic. The prices reflect that bump in quality, but customers seeking the headiest nugs won’t complain, because they'll get what they pay for. More >>

  • The Clinic on Colfax

    The Clinic on Colfax

    4625 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-333-3644

    http://thecliniccolorado.com Owner's statement: "To better understand and facilitate the needs of our patients, making sure they have the most pleasurable and comfortable experiences with medical marijuana." Opened: February 2009 Raw marijuana price range: Eighths $40 for patient, $50 for non-patient. Other types of medicine: Hash and hash oil, $25-$55/gram; tinctures; edibles; pre-rolled spliffs. Patient services and amenities: Doctor referrals, massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, herbal treatments. More >>

  • The Clinic on Jewell

    12018 W. Jewell Ave. Lakewood, CO 80228
    303-997-9171

    http://thecliniccolorado.com

  • The Clinic on Wadsworth

    The Clinic on Wadsworth

    3600 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80235
    303-484-8853

    http://thecliniccolorado.com

  • The Clone Store

    755 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219
    303-993-5653

    http://facebook.com/pages/The-Clone-Store/185429954801799 Raw marijuana price range: $35 for non-members, $25 for members. Other types of medicine: Edibles, hash, hash oil, tinctures. Handicap accessible? Yes. Read our full review of the Clone Store. More >>

  • Cloud City Compassionate Care

    Cloud City Compassionate Care

    1013 Poplar St. Leadville, CO 80461
    719-486-4013

    http://cloudcitycare.com

  • ColoMed Center

    615 Buggy Cir. Carbondale, CO 81623
    970-963-4669

  • ColoMed Center

    4860 N. Townsend Ave. Montrose, CO 81401
    970-252-8880

    http://rockymountainhigh.co/colomed-center-montrose

  • Colorado Alternative Health Care

    125 Peach Ave. Palisade, CO 81526
    970-424-5844

  • Colorado Alternative Medicine

    Colorado Alternative Medicine

    2394 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    720-379-7295

    http://camdispensary.com Colorado Alternative Medicine is in an old duplex on South Broadway, renovated with bright lights and dark-wood floors inside, and higher-end furniture in the waiting room. The walls separating the waiting room from the dispensary only go partway to the ceiling, leaving an open space across the entire shop and a strong smell of herb wafting from the back. The bud bar is a cozy place, with two counter-tops pushed together at the corners to create an "L," and herb in labeled jars along with a handful of edibles beneath the glass. There's also a rotating glass display on top of one counter featuring topical lotions and oils. CAM occupies a small space, but it carries a wide variety of strains. Each budtender has several years' experience growing, too -- and the attention to the product shows. Read our full dispensary review of Colorado Alternative Medicine. More >>

  • Colorado Cannabis Facility

    Colorado Cannabis Facility

    5130 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220
    303-953-8503

    http://ccfdenver.com Before Colorado Cannabis Facility opened its doors to recreational patients in 2014, the dispensary underwent renovations in order to provide a second entrance to accommodate its under-­21 medical patients --­­ which that demographic no doubt appreciates, as many locations providing recreational pot are becoming 21-­and-­up establishments. The location isn't large, so it can feel a tad cramped inside sometimes, but that's a small price to pay for the service and product at CCF (and if you go early or late enough in the day, it's not a problem at all). There's always a notable top-­shelf flower strain or two gracing the shelves, and the array of affordable strain­-specific concentrates on hand should delight any dabbers who happen to stop in, too. Read our full dispensary review of Colorado Cannabis Facility. More >>

  • Colorado Harvest Company

    Colorado Harvest Company

    1178 S. Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80223
    303-777-1840

    http://coloradoharvestcompany.com There are magnifiers at the bud bar at Colorado Harvest Company so that patrons can get up close and personal with the shop's product. That's just one of the details that makes this dispensary a favorite among Denver clientele. The comfortable couch and groovy art in the waiting room, the range of product available and the secure shopping environment are also nice touches for any shop. The real focus, though, is on the flower: Colorado Harvest Company typically carries a couple dozen strains, evenly split between indicas and sativas, and there are a handful of high­-quality strains that will entice discerning cannabis consumers to return for more. There are also some concentrates available, plus a decent selection of vape­-pen cartridges, topical creams and more. Read our full dispensary review of Colorado Harvest Co. More >>

  • Colorado Wellness Inc.

    Colorado Wellness Inc.

    2057 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210
    303-862-5169

    Compared to nearby shops, Colorado Wellness looks surprisingly simple from the outside, lacking the dozens of signs advertising cheap weed used by so many of its neighbors. You can find parking between the MMC and Famous Pizza next door. The waiting area is a huge, high-ceilinged room with a receptionist in a glassed-in booth, and the bud room feels equally large. Herb is kept in two glass-topped display cases, with indica and indica-dominant hybrids on the right and sativas on the left. Hash and concentrates are kept at another counter on the other side of the cash register. Overall, the shop is a simple, no-frills place, and you won't feel pushed into a purchase by the staff. Meds are clean and well-grown, and prices are caregiver-low -- and that's really all it takes to be a top-notch shop. Read our full dispensary review of Colorado Wellness Inc. More >>

  • Compassionate Care

    38 Silicon Dr. Pueblo, CO 81007

    Coming soon. More >>

  • Compassionate Pain Management

    Compassionate Pain Management

    1116-7 W. Dillon Road Louisville, CO 80027
    303-665-5596

    http://compassionatepm.com The budtenders at Compassionate Pain Management go through an extensive three­-day training period where they learn all the ins and outs of the dispensary's dozens of products. And they're eager to display that knowledge, which makes CPM a great place to send newbies to the Colorado cannabis scene, knowing they'll be handled with care. The Louisville location provides two electronic massage chairs set up for shoppers in case there's a wait, but the dispensaries strive to keep wait times for both recreational and medical patients under five minutes. The stores are set up for one­-on-­one consultation inside private rooms for all medical patients so they can share any medical issues with their budtenders and discuss which products might help alleviate their symptoms. More >>

  • Compassionate Pain Management

    Compassionate Pain Management

    11950 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215
    303-232-3620

    http://compassionatepm.com The little green waiting room at Compassionate Pain Management is slick, clean and nondescript. Except for the weed mags on display, it could be the front lobby of a time-share business or the office of an aging hippie acupuncturist. The bud-bar room is small, with the budtender seated behind a desk surrounded by marijuana products: edibles to the right, stock jars of cannabis strains behind, and a stack of display nugs on a tiered rack just within arm's reach to the left. Patients come in one at a time, which is nice for privacy -- or if you simply can't stand it when someone else reaches for the nug jar you were about to grab. The budtenders at Compassionate Pain Management go through an extensive three-day training period during which they learn all the ins and outs of the dispensary's dozens of products. And they're eager to share that knowledge, which makes CPM a great place to send newbies to the Colorado cannabis scene. More >>

  • Craig Apothecary

    611 Breeze St. Craig, CO 81625
    970-824-5580

  • Crested Butte Wellness Center

    329 Belleview Ave. Crested Butte, CO 81224
    970-349-7350

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