Gummies by White Rabbit OG

Published on November 11, 2021 by Jenny Neufeld

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White Rabbit OG won’t lead you astray with this selection of gummies.

The first three flavours released are Craft Sour Peach, Craft Blueberry, and Raspberry White Chocolate 1:1. Each variety comes in a bright pastel coloured bag to complement the four gummies within. Produced under the Pure Sunfarms umbrella, all are vegan, gluten free, and made with real fruit.

I’ll start with the Craft Peach as it gives the most classic cannabis edible gummy vibe. Each sugar-coated treat will give you 2.5mg of THC, which you can taste right away, but that cannabis tang gives way to a delightful true-to-the-peach flavour. I don’t give that praise lightly as a girl who was raised in the Okanagan, where some of the juiciest peaches are grown

Next up is the Raspberry White Chocolate 1:1. Yes this is still a gummy, though that is a little confusing based on who they named this flavour—but it does perfectly capture the taste. A milky sweet scent wafts from the bag when you open it. Similar to its blueberry, cousin these don’t have a sugar coating. The vanilla taste is strong at first but is quickly followed by a raspberry blast. Again these have little detectable cannabis taste and the 2.5mg of THC is balanced with 2.5mg of CBD in each gummy.

Finally, the Craft Blueberry. This is the gummy that took the No. 1 spot on my favourite cannabis gummy list as soon as it hit my tongue. These dark purple jewels go without the sugar coating and instead boast a rich jammy flavour with depth. These also offer 2.5mg of THC per gummy and have very little trace of the cannabis taste.

These are what I want as an adult choosing to eat candy. They have full, complex and distinctive flavours, plus a cannabis edible buzz that I find to be chill and happy.

These are worth the $6.99 price, and I look forward to trying more varieties.

Craft Peach
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White Rabbit OG's Raspberry White Chocolate 1:1 gummies are delicious.
Photo: Jenny Neufeld/the oz.
Craft Blueberry