Dockside has eight-strain sampler packs of both sativa strains and indicas, as well as 50/50 packs with four strains of each. Seen in the photo above is a Sativa Sampler Pack I got at Dockside.
Sampler packs are available for $78 each, which is a bargain considering you get a gram each of eight strains; several of the strains go for $14 a gram.
Additionally, they have the best selection of edibles I’ve ever seen in Seattle: not just the regular sweets like brownies ($9) and chocolate bars ($9), but also savory snacks like granola bars ($9), infused mashed potatoes ($8), and even infused pickles ($24).
Two kinds of tinctures, regular ($23) and CBD-rich ($18), are available, as are numerous topicals, including lip balm ($5), mud mask ($18), body balm ($20), face lotion ($27), foot balm ($10), and muscle cream ($18).
Concentrates include CO2 oil, honey oil, hash, kief, and butane hash oil (BHO). bubble hash and kief. Cannabis capsules are available in both AM and PM versions, as well as a CBD-rich variety.
You can find Dockside Cooperative in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood at 223 North 36th Street, telephone (206) 420-4837. They’re open Monday through Saturday from 11 to 8, and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
For more information, visit Dockside Cooperative’s website, http://docksidecooperative.org/.