Pumpkin spice pot brownies are officially here, so stoners can get into the fall spirit too

Angelica Florio
Pumpkin spice pot brownies are officially here, so stoners can get into the fall spirit too

Weed lovers, rejoice! A San Francisco based cannabis company, GOOD CO-OP, just released a pumpkin spice marijuana brownie for stoners in California who want to get high while also celebrating fall. The new treat, called the Pumpkin Spice Blondie, is only available on Eaze.com, an online weed delivery service.

This is just the latest food-trend to incorporate weed, and it joins weed donuts and weed coffee pods as some of the latest innovations. Of course, because weed won’t be fully legalized for recreational use until January, 2018 in California, the product is still only available for medical marijuana card holders — and yes, it’s only available in California.

For now, only card-carrying stoners will be able to take their pumpkin spice obsessions to new heights, as they, well, get high.

According to a press release about the new goody, GOOD CO-OP’s head of Research and Development, Peter Cervantes, decided he wanted to one-up the original pumpkin spice purveyor: Starbucks

“I wanted to incorporate the warmth and nostalgia of Autumn into a delicious low dose edible,” he explained. “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.”

We have a feeling that this is going to make weed-lovers feel very happy as they cozy-up on the couch to watch Halloween movies. In fact, that kind of sounds like a stoner’s dream.

Using pumpkin spice in a pot brownie is further proof that the infatuation with the flavoring is here to stay.

Women used to get teased on social media for obsessing over pumpkin spice lattes. They were even labeled “basic.”. Now, you can’t go anywhere between August and December without finding pumpkin spice anything! Who’s laughing now, huh?

It’s even gone so far that pumpkin spice air fresheners once emitted an unidentifiable smell that forced a school to evacuate. Has it gone too far? Maybe, but that doesn’t mean that GOOD CO-OP’s Pumpkin Spice blondie won’t be enjoyed by hoards of Californians in these upcoming months.

Enjoy the PSPB — that’s pumpkin spice pot brownies — safely, everyone!