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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Choco-Potamus, the Ultimate Marijuana Chocolate

Posted By on Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 5:20 PM

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Just when we'd nearly given up on the idea of finding chocolate infused with medical cannabis that tastes better than the foil it's wrapped in, Oakland's Choco-Potamus has arrived to set the standard for artisan green confections. The use of real cocoa butter (rather than cheap fillers like coconut oil) gives it a taste that distinguishes it from the competition. Available in dark (sativa hybrid) and milk chocolate (indica/sativa hybrid) bars, the bars are made from cannabis buds rather than the typical shake and stems for a stronger high. Choco-Potamus products are available in San Francisco exclusively at SPARC. Accredited patients can receive online ordering information via the company site.

READ MORE: Report: Medical Marijuana Now Allowed In Airports

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