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TweetMy taste buds have become much more acute lately. Maybe it’s all the humidity that envelops the air with the latest soaking rain that continues to pour down. There is a sudden alacrity in the flavors of high-end cannabis when the humidity is just right outside. I find that when
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TweetI’ve been traveling around the country and some of the world for craft cannabis these days. That should be no surprise to those who follow along with me on my Instagram or my deeply bemusing, one hundred and forty character Twitterfeed. Or even my cocktail whisperer website. All show a plethora of fine, hand-tended flowers
TweetOver the past week, since I returned from my one and one half days in Sonoma, California, my palate has changed yet again. Don’t get me wrong, I’m always going to speak about terroir and outdoor growing as my metier, but then I discovered A Golden State. It wasn’t because
TweetI just spent the last one and one half days in Santa Rosa, California. The California mood seemed pretty chill. But this trip wasn’t a time for shopping at dispensaries, seeking the finest herbs. I was heading to wine country to experience history being made at the Wine and Weed Symposium.