- Instagram: @kush.alley
- Twitter: @KushAlleyCA
- Website: kushalleyca.com
- Address: 16733 Schoenborn St. North Hills, CA 91343
Kush Alley – Los Angeles, CA
Kush Alley has an extensive selection of quality products. With over 30 strains of flower available every day — from renowned growers such as 3C Farms, Cali Kush Farms and Terraform Genetics — there’s something here for everyone, whether you’re looking for an indica, sativa or hybrid option. You’ll also find the usual suspects as far as concentrates go, with offerings from KINGPEN, Heavy Hitters and more. Kush Alley even turned me onto my new favorite edible, a line of crackers from Heavenly Sweet that come in ranch, Sriracha and chile-lime flavors. Delicious!
Boasting a 24,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that includes an indoor garden which “utilizes the latest in agronomic technology and sustainable grow techniques,” according to co-founder Christopher Ford, this up-and-coming business is already making a splash in the neighborhood. Also under the Kush Alley business umbrella is Maven Genetics, a premier line of flower, edibles and concentrates. While you can certainly find this high-end flower on the top shelf of their onsite, fully-renovated, multi-million dollar dispensary, they also offer Maven Genetics to business partners with a custom white label service.
While Kush Alley is without a doubt unloading tons of product, visitors are still pampered with one-on-one attention you might expect from a local Mom and Pop shop. Not only are the personable, knowledgeable budtenders happy to get to know their customers, they also show a genuine interest in helping you find the very best product for your particular needs. Not afraid to “get into the weeds” of legislation, so to speak, Kush Alley’s management has been deeply involved in the process of offering feedback to nascent regulatory bodies. Citing the double taxation practice, among other stifling measures, Ford mentioned that he and his partners plan to address an array of concerns during the designated comment period solicited by newly-formed state and local agencies.