Salty Potato Chips Dark Chocolate Bar: Hefty, Heavenly Flavor Duo

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  • Test Results: 100mg per bar
  • Tested By: NV Cann Labs | nvcann.com
  • Instagram: @sweetcannabisnv
  • Website: gracenotes.it

Salty Potato Chips Dark Chocolate Bar by Grace Notes

I’ve seen bars of gold thinner than Grace Notes’ handcrafted chocolate bars. Each monstrous light and dark chocolate bar is a seriously scrumptious 2.65 ounces of chocolate containing 16 servings and 100 milligrams of THC. It’s refreshing to see a company in the cannabis industry focused on quality as well as quantity — with every purchase, you’re getting what you pay for.

It’s no surprise Grace Notes’ Salty Potato Chips Dark Chocolate Bar was a 2018 Oregon DOPE Cup Winner — every bite is a picnic party in your mouth. The chips are blended to the perfect texture, and the addition of sea salt balances out the rich, smooth dark chocolate taste, making it the perfect snack addition to any late-night movie marathon. And one last bonus: this bar contains no dairy, no gluten and no nuts!

Salty Potato Chips Dark Chocolate Bar by Grace Notes


Available At…

  1. The Apothecarium: 7885 W Sahara Ave #112, Las Vegas, NV 89117
  2. The+Source: 9480 S Eastern Ave #185, Henderson, NV 89123
  3. RISE: 135 E Clearview Dr #119, Carson City, NV 89701

Shwa Laytart

A California native, Joshua "Shwa" Laytart has been working in the Natural Products Industry for almost twenty years and a cannabis grower and indulger for almost thirty. He was the first employee at Guayaki tea company and then went on to work for 12 years at INDIGENOUS, an organic and fair trade fashion designer. Shwa has also worked as a landscaper, manicurist, masseur, candy maker, chef and ran with the circus. He is currently the Co-Founder and President of the cannabis company, Giggle Therapeutics, alongside his Co-Founder and CEO wife Sugar, who is a DOPE photographer, as well. His love for activism, art, altered states, comedy, cannabis and cuisine can be found threaded throughout his writings. He considers himself more of a storyteller, than a writer and can spin a tale for hours with the right combination of substances.

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