Coffee Chocolate Bar



Product Details

5mg THC
Chocolate, Coffee
Serving Size
1 section
53% organic milk chocolate (evaporated cane syrup, cacao beans, whole milk, cocoa butter, and soy lecithin), cookies (wheat flour, sugar, vanilla, and sesame seed oil), coffee beans, natural flavors, and cannabis extract
Nutrition Facts
Fat Cal15
Total Fat2g (3% DV)
Sat Fat1g (1% DV)
Cholesterol1mg (0% DV)
Sodium4mg (0% DV)
Carbohydrates3g (1% DV)
Fiber<1g (0% DV)
Protein<1g (0% DV)

Product Description

Défoncé's Coffee Chocolate Bar swirls in flavors of chocolate and cannabis with a cup of joe. They even throw some cookies in there. You'll probably feel some munchies and dry eyes, but an energizing buzz should settle in and wash those away. The motivating wave of creativity is great for your musical endeavors and sketching ideas, but you don't want to eat this anywhere close to bedtime.

Effects Profile

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Expert Review

A Weed Chocolate To Bring Out Your Italian Side

Review by Mike O'Toole

Jun 05, 2018 · 5 min read

On my Italian side, it’s common to cap off a carb-heavy family feast with “some high-test” (an espresso nightcap) before the drive home.

Over the course of my cannabis-ingesting career, I’ve experienced three possible outcomes when it comes to consuming edibles: Some make you feel like that friend of a friend of a friend has ripped you off, some get you impossibly high, and some manage to hit the sweet spot—but only through a stroke of luck. If edibles are your friends, they’ve historically been unreliable ones, likely to get on your nerves and refuse to take a hint when you want to be left alone. Or they stand you up altogether.

But edibles have come a long way in the past decade. More often than not, it’s now almost expected that you’re ingesting the “just right” edible. The kind that makes you feel like you’ve stepped into a children’s book, wonderment and whimsy included. And it doesn’t feel like a stroke of luck but rather the result of due diligence from lab testers and artisan chefs. Long gone are the nightmare days of chewing and swallowing through dry brownies that taste like 5% chocolate and 95% untrimmed stems. With the cannabis move into the mainstream, no marijuana grocery aisle has received a better stock upgrade than edibles.