At Last We Can Fully Embrace Fall Because There's Finally A Pumpkin Spice Edible

Everyone knows it isn’t really autumn until you’ve sampled your first pumpkin spice latte of the season.

Thankfully, cannabis consumers now have an herb-friendly option at their disposal.

GOOD CO-OP, a cannabis company out of Oakland, California has launched its very own ‘Pumpkin Spice Blondie’ – a cookie infused with 10mg of THC.

Each edible is made with “real pumpkin, a special blend of spices, and organic Humboldt cannabis butter.”

“I wanted to incorporate the warmth and nostalgia of autumn into a delicious low dose edible,” GOOD CO-OP’s head of R&D, Peter Cervantes, said in a statement.

“As a baked good, we felt we could one-up the iconic seasonal latte by incorporating organic pumpkin and our own proprietary spice blend, which complement the herbal notes of the cannabis.”

The pumpkin spice cookies are available exclusively in California through the Oakland area’s Eaze platform until the end of next month. Three cookies cost $15.

If you’re not in the area – or you simply want something to take your cannabis-friendly autumnal celebration to the next level – check out a few of our favourite THC-infused coffees.

h/t Fortune

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