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Denver has been a ripe market for Cookies, and the California-based marijuana company believes there’s still plenty of juice to squeeze out here.
Lemonnade, a growing branch of the Cookies family tree, will open in the Globeville neighborhood on Saturday, July 31, according to Cookies retail operations director Crystal Millican. The new dispensary, located at 4500 Washington Street, will be the first Lemonnade store in Colorado.
One of legal pot’s most popular brands, Cookies is a California-based network of stores, strains and other marijuana-centric products and services. The brand’s licensing arm has been expanding into Colorado over the past year, with both a Cookies store in Denver and a popular wholesale operation launching in 2020, and another dispensary opening in June in Commerce City.
Lemonnade is a more “sativa-focused” brand, Millican says; while it follows the same wholesale and storefront model as Cookies, instead of strains named after baked goods and sweet treats that bring more relaxed and body-focused highs, Lemonnade strains have names like