Mountain High Suckers

Clean & Simple Colorado Confections


  • Test Results: 10mg THC | 3mg CBD
  • Tested By: Nordic Analytical |
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Mountain High Suckers

Mountain High Suckers have been serving Colorado’s edible market with their delicious infused treats since 2009, making them a trusted and consistently reliable brand name. With over 250 locations throughout the state, their myriad of scrumptious THC and CBD infused suckers are quite easy to come by. I’m a huge sucker (see what I did there) for Honeydew Melon — they hit the nail on the head with this flavor! It’s crisp, sweet and refreshing, with zero cannabis residue or taste. All Mountain High Suckers have a 3:1 THC to CBD ratio, and I love the fact that my batch included traces of other cannabinoids such as CBN, CBG and CBC. In addition to Honeydew Melon, they have a delightful assortment of other flavors including Watermelon, Caramel Apple, Spicy Orange Mango and Lime with Chili Flakes! All suckers are tested for purity and quality and are ridiculously convenient as well as discreet.

Mountain High Suckers

Available At…

  1. Wolf Pac Cannabis: 74 Federal Blvd., Denver, CO 80219
  2. Life Flower Dispensary: 4966 Leetsdale Drive, Glendale, CO 80246
  3. High Country Healing: 191 Blue River Pkwy Ste #202, Silverthorne, CO 80498

Melissa Joy

Melissa was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, where she couldn’t stay out of trouble for smoking weed--especially during college. Immediately after graduating with a business degree from Elmhurst College in 2012, Melissa made her way to the safe smoking haven of Colorado, where her love for live music and music blogging eventually led her to a part-time writing position with DOPE Magazine. Melissa enjoys medicating with indica-dominant hybrids, and will never say no to a big solventless glob. When she isn’t busy writing, Melissa loves spending her time in the mountains with friends, practicing her violin, and exploring the never-ending amounts of dank breweries and restaurants in Denver.

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