This summer’s San Franciscan FOMO felt very real. While the sun is shining brightly and temperatures are rising in almost every other part of the country, we have been caught up in the cold of spring and have been struggling to wait for the warm weather, which is usually late. .. After the overwhelming highs last summer, seeing the rest of the country run around in bikinis and boardshorts raised expectations for the next few months in the bay. Preparing to get the most out of the almost autumn “summer” of two months is like preparing for a battle royale.
Perfect swimsuit cover-ups and shells just take you so far to really make a splash at a summer party. Pool party champion guests are always the ones who bring the best food. Items that are not only delicious but also leave such an impression will make you feel like you’ve slapped your face. Fortunately, both of these criteria can be removed from the to-do list with a flavorful, easy-to-take, and attractive cannabis sauce.
Cannabis-injected sauces have existed for as long as cannabis, but casual consumption has become more acceptable to the masses and has taken on a new appeal, especially as a subtlety. Microdose poisoning Last year, it received new attention. In most cases, only CBD or less than 5 milligrams of THC is infused per serving, allowing guests to cook until the afternoon, adding spices to the dish as needed. Some sources can’t be punched, others are instant knockouts.
We know the stakes are high, so we need to bring the prize fighter to the party. So we combined the best infused dressings and seasonings in the cannabis industry to find out who is the real heavyweight. Return to the corner …
Round 1: Potato Chips and Loud Grandma’s Chili Crisp
In our first corner PotoriChili oil with roots here in the bay area. The company manufactures a variety of seasonings and shelf-stable foods, the most popular of which is honey. But their chili oil is also a strong competitor, with a smooth kick that’s perfect for everything from salads to toasts to bowls of hot soup. “Up” varieties are infused with 10 mg of THC and “down” varieties are infused with 10 mg of CBD. Each bottle contains about 2 servings. Best of all, THC varieties are unique to the strain and are infused with the social Sativa hybrid strain Cherry Punch, so you know exactly what you’re doing the moment you chew.
In the other corner is Loud Grandma’s Chili Oil. It was first conceived in New York, NY and distributed by the San Francisco-based Pantry Good Company. Pot duil..This seed pack oil is currently only available in CBD varieties Website claims THC version is in progress. It initially dominates Potori’s chili oil, but Grandma Loud’s slightly complex umami taste Lao Gan Ma Chili oil made to emulate, making this an absolute knockout. In addition, unlike potato chips 15 ml chili oil, Loud Grandma’s Chili Crisp comes in a slightly larger 1.8 ounce package, making it a more in-stock and cost-effective staple.
Round 2: Dose of Sorcy’s barbecue sauce and FA Nino’s smokin green pot sauce
The first competitors in this round are newcomers to the field. Cheeky doseTexas style barbecue sauce. This product is made by Tess Melody Taylor, the founder of the bustling CBD skin care company Taylor and Tess. He draws on Texas roots to create this spicy, flavorful sauce. Tomato paste and molasses stand out in the first taste, followed by a strong chipotle kick.
FA Nino’s Smokin Green Pot SauceHowever, it causes some fierce competition. The sauce is a jalapeno and serrano-based hot sauce with a significant amount of vinegar-like tongue, making it ideal for a wide range of dishes, from taco al pasta to white fish fillets with mango. With 100 mg of THC per 6 ounce bottle, a few servings of this hot sauce still only make up a microdose and are perfect for long summer days.
Both of these products are injected with nanoemulsion technology, a style of injection technology that makes THC water-soluble and fast-acting. As such, these sauces match well and both are equally suitable for those who want to kick the munch with dessert. However, the Dose of Saucy barbecue sauce wins this round because the balance of sugar, heat and citrus pepper flavors is completely addictive.
Round 3: Potori Sriracha vs. Hot Sloth Hot Sauce
In another Potli vs. PotD’Huile match, you’ll find Potli’s super-powerful Sriracha and PotD’Huile’s exciting hot sloth hot sauce. Potori Sriracha is a bit spicy and quick-acting than other Srirachas and is packed with about 5 mg of nanoemulsified THC per teaspoon. Similar to chili oil, the company uses a combination of specific strains (this time OG Kush, Lemon Skunk, Purple Trainwreck) to create a creative and bright effect with the packaging labeled “play”.
The hot sauce of hot sloths is also strong, but it contains spices that creep into the taste buds from behind. The sauce has an unusual fruity complexity as it is made from a list of interesting ingredients such as Japanese plums, habanero and taro. It’s just infused with non-psychic CBD, but it provides a lot of it and is packed in a small square 4 ounce bottle with a total of 300 mg.
Potri’s Sriracha will eventually win this round because of its versatility that gives it a strong advantage. Hot sloth pot sauce is certainly intriguing, but difficult to pair. Only suitable for delicious dishes such as fruity toppers such as pork chops and turkey breasts.
Final Round: Potori Sriracha vs. Saucy’s BBQ Sauce Dose vs. Loud Grandma’s Chili Oil
In our three-way closing battles, we have a huge variety of powerful groups of competitors and it’s amazing they are in the same class. Potri’s Sriracha came hot and almost knocked out the sweet barbecue sauce in the first few swings. However, the Texas-minded Dose of Saucy didn’t come to play as he was caught up in a full-scale brawl while his grandma’s chili oil was saving energy on the sidelines.
After all, it was Grandma Loud who got the title. She has a versatile umami taste as she is not in a strong spice. In particular, this sauce is always valuable as a pantry item in stock and is perfect for impressing guests and dressing up takeaway meals.
To defeat her, they will have to kill her.