Red Velvet Cookie Square
Strain: (indica, sativa, hybrid-dominants): Hybrid
Contributor: Asia Mayfield
The Red Velvet Cookie Square by Vert is infused with 100mg of THC. Nevada law prohibits recreational edibles from being any stronger. The brand is wildly popular; you can find Vert edibles at almost every weed store in town. At The Dispensary, you can pick up a cookie square for $19.
It’s like a red, square brick with white frosting drizzled on top. Little chocolate nugs peep out from the batter. You might pick this treat up from a bakery. The back of the cookie square is emblazoned with green THC symbols. It’s the only clue that the cookie is infused. Apparently, you’re supposed to break it into 10 equal chunks for proper dosing, but good luck not eating it all in one sitting.
The aroma is a bit fainter than you would expect from a bakery goodie. It doesn’t have that “fresh” scent. The lingering smell of high-quality cannabis, however, makes up for anything that’s lacking. It smells like sweet, sugary weed. I can catch whiffs of fudge and cream cheese.
Is Red Velvet a real flavor? Supposedly it’s just chocolate cake with red food coloring. But, I don’t know, there is a certain richness and gooeyness involved that you expect from a decent red velvet. Vert’s version isn’t gooey, but it’s pretty damn good. The THC is like an afterthought, not an overwhelming part of the flavor. The taste actually gets better with each bite.
I admit it. I cheated. I smoked while I was eating the square. Obviously, I got high out of my mind. I like to think that the cookie contributed a fair amount. It’s 100mg of THC, after all. But it’s really hard to untangle the source of your high when you’re using multiple consumption methods. It’s easier to just let the feelings build. Lean in to it.
Product price: $19
Edibles are supposed to help with physical pain. Blah, blah, blah. That’s probably true but you already know that. You don’t need a reason to eat Vert’s Red Velvet Cookie Square. Honestly, you don’t even have to be hungry. Just being in the mood to get high is enough.
It’s simple: Vert’s Cookie Squares are amazing. Red Velvet is no different. Slender streaks of creamy frosting, thick, fudgy bites of reddish cake. This is like an extreme version of a cake your grandma might bake. The THC doesn’t detract from the flavor at all. Can you tell that I’m a fan? You will be too after you try it.
Address:5347 S Decatur Blvd #100, Las Vegas, NV 89118
Phone number:(702) 827-4979
Hours: Hours: Sunday - Wednesday 8 a.m. - 12 a.m.
Thursday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 a.m.
I’m becoming predictable. Week after week, I’m making the same journey to The Dispensary. I can’t help it. Cheap prices + quality selection will do that to you. The Dispensary is one of the few places in town where you can pick up a top-notch quarter for $49 every day. This isn't the straggly, stem-studded weed that we’re talking about. The “bargain” flower at The Dispensary would be marketed as top-tier at a place with stingier prices.
Even if you’re not in the mood for a quarter, there are other deals to entice you. First-time customers can enjoy the same perks as locals. Most of The Dispensary’s deals are available on the spot. You don’t need to rack up points or show a special ID. If you really want to enjoy yourself, spend at least $100. You’ll be able to spin a large prize wheel. It’s exciting. The budtenders clap and cheer, customers’ eyes are drawn toward you. You can win prizes like a free pre-roll or $10 in “Dispensary” bucks.
Most of The Dispensary’s offerings a decently priced. The set up is simple. After showing your ID to a security guard, you stand in line. There are flashing menus on the wall as well as printed menus you can peruse. Your budtender also acts as your cashier and product runner. It’s nice only having to deal with one person. The budtenders are quick and attentive. If you have no idea what you want, they can help with recommendations.
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