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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.


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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  • All Greens

    All Greens

    762 Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80204
    303-912-2013 Online menu: Yes. Other types of medicine: Hash, edibles. Handicap accessible? Yes. Read our full dispensary review of All Greens. More >>

  • Alternative Medicine on Capitol Hill

    Alternative Medicine on Capitol Hill

    1301 Marion St. Denver, CO 80218
    720-961-0560 Alternative Medicine on Capitol Hill has free chips, soda and waters for cotton-mouthed patients forced to wait behind people who take way too much time at the bud bar. The bud area is separated from the waiting area, and patients are let in one at a time. The room hums with the sound of the display coolers for refrigerated goods; there's a huge selection of edibles from Cheeba Chews, Mountain High, Mile High Ice Cream, Simply Pure, Julie & Kates, Northshore and a lot of others. If you prefer eating your ganja instead of smoking or vaping, this place is like the King Soopers of edibles. Otherwise, the shop is pretty simple, with a utilitarian gray carpet and simple glass countertops. A huge whiteboard features price breakdowns for all of the strains, waxes, hash, edibles and tinctures, making things easy to figure out. The shop also has cheaper strains sold in bulk starting at the half-­ounce. That means less attention to the buds individually, so don't expect super-­heady connoisseur nugs, but it's the type of well-­grown, outdoor­-quality herb that you'd love to find for $190 an ounce when you're broke. Read our full dispensary review of Alternative Medicine on Capitol Hill. More >>

  • AMA Denver (Advanced Medical Alternatives)

    AMA Denver (Advanced Medical Alternatives)

    1269 Elati St. Denver, CO 80204
    303-993-4547 Up the street from a police station and right behind the Department of Homeland Security, AMA is not ashamed of its business. The dispensary took a pretty nondescript old brick building literally a stone's throw from the law and painted a massive green graffiti-­art rendition of its name on the side of it. The shop has been opened up to create one big space that still manages to feel somewhat cozy. AMA has a well­-worn feel to it; there's no decoration to speak of, save for a few couches and a flat­-screen with a vintage Atari machine below it, begging to be played. The bud bar has pot-­product posters hanging on the walls, practically an entire corner devoted to edibles, and a bookcase full of vintage bobblehead dolls. The shop isn't dirty or dingy, just thrown together with the flair of a straight, blue-­collar single dude. AMA carries a wide range of concentrates to match its herb selection, including kief, strain­specific bubble hash and BHO. Read our full dispensary review of Advanced Medical Alternatives (AMA Denver). More >>

  • Buddy Boy

    Buddy Boy

    777 Umatilla St. Denver, CO 80204

  • Caregivers for Life of Cherry Creek

    Caregivers for Life of Cherry Creek

    310 St. Paul St. Denver, CO 80206
    720-536-5462 Caregivers for Life occupies a Cherry Creek North location, tucked away in the back of what looks to be an old apartment or condo complex. There's a low­-key sign out front with a porch just begging for patients to puff there ­­-- if the laws ever change in the cannabis user's favor. The lobby is clean and professional but still comfortable, with a flat­-screen television and a cozy puffy white couch. The bud bar occupies a large space just behind the lobby, and strains are arranged according to a simple shelf system. Give yourself time to browse the strains, because you might want to take home everything in the cabinet; Caregivers for Life cuts have won prizes in various cannabis tournaments during the past few years, including the High Times Cup, the Boulder Cup and the Mile High Cup. The shop has only gotten better over the years, the herb transitioning from decently grown warehouse buds to some real lookers and sniffers. Read our full dispensary review of Caregivers for Life of Cherry Creek. More >>

  • The Clinic Capitol Hill

    The Clinic Capitol Hill

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

  • A Cut Off the Top

    A Cut Off the Top

    2059 W. 9th Ave. Denver, CO 80204

  • Denver Relief

    Denver Relief

    1 Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-420-6337 Situated at 1 Broadway, Denver Relief sits right at the edge of the strip of Broadway bars -- making it a good spot for anyone looking to pick up on their way home. The waiting room has a couple of big, comfortable couches, framed pictures of some house strains and plenty of cannabis literature for anyone looking to learn about the plant while waiting to be called. The bud bar is made up of single-­person booths similar to those at a bank, with leaflets on state marijuana laws available. Denver Relief has three tiers of strains, all of which depend on availability. The shop is one of the few dispensaries that doesn't sell pre­-weighed buds and accepts credit and debit cards. Denver Relief is also a founding member of the National Cannabis Industry Association. Read our full dispensary review of Denver Relief. More >>

  • Firehouse Organics

    543 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80204

  • Frosted Leaf

    Frosted Leaf

    445 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204
    303-355-4372 One of a group of dispensaries operated under the Frosted Leaf umbrella, the Federal spot is conveniently located just south of Sixth Avenue, in the Barnum neighborhood. There's a decent array of flower on the shelves, but what sets this Frosted Leaf apart is the assortment of concentrates --­­ dozens of strain­-specific shatter options at reasonable prices. And the edibles in the store will stretch the eyes of any sugar fiend who also happens to enjoy cannabis. Frosted Leaf also has a website where you can shop for and purchase flower, concentrates, edibles and accessories online, then pick up your items in the store ­­-- and tax is included in all listed prices, so you'll know exactly what you owe. There's also a blog on which employees plug new items and discuss their favorite products, which might help those who have trouble deciding what to buy. Read our full dispensary review of Frosted Leaf. More >>

  • Good Chemistry

    Good Chemistry

    330 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    720-524-4657 Good Chemistry resides in a thin, narrow Colfax storefront with frosted glass and a New York-style retractable metal security gate hanging above the entrance and huge front window. The tiny reception area/waiting room is a little bit more weathered, and there's a new, pretty awesome oil painting of a Cthulhu-­esque octopus creature that the owners managed to match up with the red vintage theater seats they've had since day one. Scientific glass artwork is on display in what feels like an old hair salon or fancy barbershop, with antique checkered tile floors and marble countertops. Flat­-screen televisions and tech stations for the budtenders give this dispensary a futuristic vibe ­­ but despite the sleek facade, the prices at Good Chemistry are more reasonable than at many other dispensaries in the downtown area. Read our full dispensary review of Good Chemistry. More >>

  • Green Cross of Cherry Creek

    Green Cross of Cherry Creek

    3400 S. Oneida Way Denver, CO 80206
    303-321-4201 Read our full dispensary review of Green Cross Cherry Creek. More >>

  • Green Man Cannabis

    Green Man Cannabis

    1355 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80204
    720-842-4842 Read our full dispensary review of Green Man Cannabis. More >>

  • Groundswell


    3121 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206

    http://groundswelldenvercom Read our full dispensary review of Groundswell. More >>

  • The Haven

    The Haven

    777 Canosa Ct. Denver, CO 80204
    303-534-2600 The Haven is one of a number of Strainwise dispensaries that incorporated recreational sales into its existing medical business beginning in 2014. Conveniently located near the Sun Valley light­ rail stop, the Haven carries a range of strains, plus some extras like caviar, concentrates and top-shelf shake that lives up to its name. There's something for both medical and recreational customers at the Haven: Medical consumers will be pleased to know that the budtenders at the Haven can help them put together a pain journal to help track which strains are most effective, and all recreational product is pre-­packaged for quick, efficient shopping. Members get access to specialty strains not available to the general public --­­ and Strainwise takes special care of its flower. More >>

  • The Health Center Uptown

    The Health Center Uptown

    1736 Downing St. Denver, CO 80218

    The Health Center is a tiny recreational and medical marijuana center in a tiny house on a tiny block in the Uptown neighborhood. What isn't little, though, was the selection of unique strains more than worth taking home. The little Victorian home-turned-MMC is hard to miss, since it stands alone on a block with an empty lot next to it. Inside, what was either a mud room or the kitchen has been turned into the small patient intake area. There's really not much to the space other than the purple walls and window into the receptionist area, but take a second to check out the old pictures of the building hanging in a frame on the wall near the door. At one time, it looked more like a crack house than the oversized dollhouse it resembles today. The inside of the house is as small as you would expect it to be -- probably not more than 900 square feet in total. But it's a very swank 900 square feet. Dark wood floors contrast well with the stark-white window trim and baseboards, as well as the Colorado flag-blue paint on the walls, while the huge (for the building) windows let in loads of natural light. The shop is also decorated well and avoids any claustrophobic cluttering by keeping the antique furniture and decorations minimal, simple and (appropriately) small. Very clean and professional. The seating area for the patient waiting room is built into the large bay-window kitchen, with a small coffee table stacked with magazines as well as a book containing information on the strains the center carries, plus a price breakdown for members and non-members. The concentrates are worth checking out, too -- the Health Center won the 2014 710 Cup. Read our full dispensary review of the Health Center Uptown. More >>

  • Herban Medicinals

    Herban Medicinals

    70 Broadway, Ste. 50 (downstairs) Denver, CO 80203

  • Herbs4You


    20 E. 9th Ave. Denver, CO 80203
    303-830-9999 Inside, Herbs4You could be the front office for just about any small, private business. Stock office furniture and couches occupy the small, forgettable waiting room, and the only indications that you're in a medical marijuana dispensary are the name of the shop, the secured entryway, and the dozens of Amsterdam­-related items hung on the otherwise bare white walls. The shop is clean, very clean ­--­ OCD clean, even. When we visited, the glass was un­smudged, the waiting room was spotless and organized, and the entire shop was brightly lit and welcoming. Indicas are in a glass counter on the left, and sativas are in a counter on the right. Herb is kept in screw­-top jars, and everything is well­-stocked, so it's easy to get a look at the buds from a distance. And while a good amount of the selection is forgettable, it's worth checking out the shop for those three or four strains being done right. Read our full dispensary review of Herbs4You. More >>

  • High Level Health

    High Level Health

    2028 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206
    303-355-9333 Both branches of High Level Health (the other is on Lincoln) are almost identical ­­-- mirror images of each other in the way the small storefront space has been laid out. The decor in both is no­-frills industrial, with corrugated tin covering the half wall between the waiting room/receptionist area and the bud bar, exposed HVAC vents, and bare, brown-­stained concrete floors. The shops are also notable for founder Jim Rice, who was featured on the reality­-TV game show Survivor in 2011. He didn't win the game, but he was one of the more talked-­about contestants, not only for his intense playing style, but also for his unusual career. Both stores get a lot of walk-­in traffic due to their settings on pedestrian­-heavy streets. Both the selection and the quality of product available are atypical for such a small shop, which can be a pleasant surprise for those dropping in, and staff members are friendly and able to answer questions about the potency and healing qualities of each strain. More >>

  • High Level Health

    High Level Health

    970 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-839-9333 Both branches of High Level Health (the other is on East Colfax) are almost identical ­­ mirror images of each other in the way the small storefront space has been laid out. The decor in both is no-­frills industrial, with corrugated tin covering the half wall between the waiting room/receptionist area and the bud bar, exposed HVAC vents, and bare, brown­-stained concrete floors. The shops are also notable for founder Jim Rice, who was featured on the reality­-TV game show Survivor in 2011. He didn't win the game, but he was one of the more talked­-about contestants, not only for his intense playing style, but also for his unusual career. Both stores get a lot of walk­-in traffic due to their settings on pedestrian­-heavy streets. The hash selection is decent, with BHO by the gram and well-­made, waxy ice-water hash. The pricing on THC-­infused foods tends to be on the lower end compared with other dispensaries, although selection isn't the greatest. The staff is always nice, the place is clean and doesn't feel sketchy, and there's a cap for medical-­patient pricing. Read our full dispensary review of High Level Health. More >>

  • IVita Wellness

    IVita Wellness

    1660 Pearl St. Denver, CO 80203
    303-952-9150 iVita's building is a strange, one-­story commercial job from the '60s that's been brightened up from the outside with a coat of neutral tan paint and a spray­painted mural of a blue, elfin creature releasing a handful of butterflies. The waiting room is open and cool, with light-­wood floors and earthy green­-and-­gray paint. Compared to the front waiting area, the bud bar seems small and cozy. Asparagus­-green paint coats the walls, and a few pictures of past harvests hang under one of the small, high windows. Across the room is the bud station, which features simple glass and birch cabinets. iVita offers call­-ahead and punch­-card programs for medical members, and it was one of the first recreational dispensaries in the state. More >>

  • La Conte

    La Conte's Clone Bar and Dispensary

    105 E. 7th Ave. Denver, CO 80203

  • Local Product of Colorado

    Local Product of Colorado

    419 W. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80204
    303-900-5725 Opened: September 2009 Raw marijuana price range: $40-$55 Other types of medicine: Oil, kief, hash, edibles, wax, tincture, clones. Handicap accessible?: Yes. Read our full review of Local Product of Colorado. More >>

  • Mile High Green Cross

    Mile High Green Cross

    852 N. Broadway Denver, CO 80203
    303-861-4252 Owners: Leif Wagner, Adam Ziegler, Corey Buffkin Hours of operation: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. Raw marijuana price range: $25, $36 and $46 eighths. Also sold by the gram. Other types of meds: Limited edibles, tinctures, small selection of hash. Handicap accessible? No. Read our full review of Mile High Green Cross. More >>

  • Mile High Medical & Recreational Cannabis

    1705 North Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204
    303-455-9333 This shop is known for decent-quality product at excellent prices -- and for rotating that product so there's always something new for frequent visitors. Fans of concentrates will enjoy the selection, and the staff knows the strains well enough to walk newcomers and veterans through the pros and cons of each and every strain. More >>

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