FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CANNABIS BAKERY LAUNCHES LOWEST SERVING CANNABUTTER EDIBLE ON MARKET
Sweet Grass Kitchen to Launch New Menu Item In Time For 4/20 Celebrations
DENVER, COLORADO (March 24, 2016) – Sweet Grass Kitchen, the Denver-based cannabis bakery, is expanding its current menu by introducing its latest creation, Buttermelts(TM). At release on April 4th, Buttermelts will be the lowest serving cannabutter edible on the market at 2.5mg of active THC per piece for a total of 50mg. Closely aligning with Colorado’s Start Low, Go Slow campaign, the new Buttermelts are ideal for curious and beginner consumers to find their comfortable dosage. “We’re thrilled to offer our customers this low dose product to better allow them to control their intake of THC,” says Lauren Finesilver, Executive Chef of Sweet Grass Kitchen. “Our Buttermelts are ideal for newcomers and perfect for experienced consumers who are looking for a precise serving.” Each of the melt in your mouth, classically sweet Buttermelts are infused with Sweet Grass Kitchen’s full-flower cannabutter and are a satiating after-dinner treat. The first flavors to be introduced are Lemon, Mint, and White Russian (a blend of coffee and Kahlua). The delicious new confection will be available in 300+ recreational dispensaries in Colorado in time for the 4/20 holiday and accompanying tourist rush.
ABOUT SWEET GRASS KITCHEN
Sweet Grass Kitchen is a small batch bakery that produces and distributes fresh, cannabis infused edibles throughout Colorado. Since 2009, the kitchen has been serving Colorado’s top dispensaries with flavorful, fresh baked confections. The in-house cultivation ensures a consistent and reliable crop-to-table delivery. Instead of using hash or harmful extracts, all products are made using our own slow simmered, triple strained, full-flower cannabutter. Sweet Grass Kitchen has become synonymous with creative, effective, and delicious baked goods. Our harvests, cannabutter batches, and products are tested by state licensed laboratories so you can always count on consistent potency and effect.
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