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Churro Milk Chocolate Bar Edibles Chocolates
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Churro Milk Chocolate Bar

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Churro Milk Chocolate Bar

Dusted in cinnamon sugar, this sweetly satisfying milk chocolate bar tastes like a golden, fried churro dipped in delicious hot chocolate. Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Milk, Unsweetened Chocolate, Sunflower Lecithin, Vanilla), Cane Sugar, Saigon Cinnamon, Cannabis Extract, Natural Flavors Contains milk. May contain almonds, soy and gluten. Disclaimer: Because of the unique nature of the cannabis industry, each Kiva product is produced in the state in which it is sold. Accordingly, while we strive for absolute consistency, ingredients and allergens may vary slightly by state. For the most accurate ingredient and allergen information, please refer to your product package. ​​What are edible chocolates? Chocolates are edible candies that come in a variety of shapes and concentrations. Like other edibles, users may opt for chocolates instead of flower because chocolate bars offer a tastier, easier, and more convenient method of ingesting cannabis products (vs. smoking or vaporizing). How to consume? Bite in! As edibles are digested and absorbed by your stomach and liver, the effects often take longer to feel vs. other consumption methods, so start slow and enjoy! In 2010, a young cannabis-loving couple set out on a mission to create a better edible experience for legal consumers. Scott Palmer and Kristi Knoblich Palmer were inspired by a visit to a local chocolatier, and soon started crafting the first Kiva bars in their home kitchen. They didn’t realize it at the time, but they weren’t just creating a premium edible product, they were setting the gold standard for the entire legal cannabis industry.


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