Stoned Fruit Space Crystals



Product Details

10mg THC, <2mg CBD
Serving Size
1 pouch (10mg THC, <2mg CBD)
Crystals (cane sugar, brown rice syrup, carbon dioxide) coconut oil, natural fruit flavors (passion fruit, nectarine, peach), citric acid, cannabis oil

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Expert Review

Crystalized Nostalgia

Review by Samantha Mintz

Nov 02, 2020 · 5 min read

This sweet and fruity treat might just bend the space-time continuum, offering old-school vibes in a newfound high.

IN REVIEW: Sonder turned Pop Rocks into Pot Rocks with this uplifting and unique edible experience. The fruity flavor hits quickly before the real show begins, as a symphony of popping will dance across your tongue to leave you feeling like a kid again. Expect a happy and moderately heavy head high that provides a focusing mood boost. A healthy body buzz and euphoria will soon follow, but the effects are approachable and great for consumers at any tolerance level.

Throughout this lengthy lockdown, nostalgia has been frequently referenced as a way to escape the present. From music and movies to hobbies and time-honored interests, so many of us are reacquainting ourselves with what’s comforting and familiar. And as I sat thinking about my renewed love of rollerblading while looking at a stack of Pokémon card booster packs, with the intention of opening a few while I watched Sailor Moon later in the night, I was acutely aware that I’m no exception. Which explains why I instantly fell head over heels for Sonder’s Stoned Fruit Space Crystals. A blast from the past, but with just enough modernity to make it so much better.

Upon looking at the packaging, the first thought that popped into my head was, “Wow, am I the target market for this.” The illustrated metallic, spacy design and playful typography grabbed my attention and sparked my curiosity. It’s the kind of product I want to pick up and learn more about. And, having tried it, I’d add that the design does a pretty good job of encapsulating the actual experience of consuming these animated little crystals. Speaking of eating them, after delighting in the package design, it was time to devour. Much to my boyfriend’s chagrin, I’m not usually much of a candy person. I certainly have a sweet tooth, but the impossible-to-pronounce artificial ingredients found in most popular candy are simply not my jam. Lucky for me, they appear to not be Sonder’s jam either. The back label informed me that the sublingual Space Crystals are made from a handful of familiar ingredients. Fantastic.