“I have always had problems with edibles working, but decided to buy their new chocolate bar called "gron." Not only was it delicious but after eating a little less than half it worked more than enough. The person behind the counter was very informative and nice.
“The folks who work are knowledgeable, patient, and friendly. Their products are excellent and there's a quite nice selection of flower. I particularly value their selection and quality of concentrate oils. As an OMMP patient, I'm particularly thankful for the expertise of the bud-tenders in helping find a strain the meets my particular needs. Finally, as an added bonus, the building is gorgeous.”
“Had very mixed experiences. The good experiences have been very good. Very helpful and nice employees. However the bad times have ruined this place for me. I had to wait Half an hour just to get in one time. But what really ruined it was when the man who checked my ID bent it for whatever reason and then the line that resulted he said makes it not valid. Are you kidding me!? I had used it the day before at the same place and it was fine. The indent appeared because he bent it too hard. So now I have to order a new ID! Thanks man!!”
“Atmosphere, atmosphere, atmosphere, or is it location, location, location - You say potato or potato, either way you peel the real it is still a root fruit - Cannabliss Sorority House is perhaps the most amazing location we have visited on our mainland magical marijuana mystery tour - The dispensary experience is akin to visiting 'Ohana (family) instead of going to make a transaction at a business - Everyone in the house (and they have a big house loaded with good people and good pakalolo) has a positive attitude and the flavors are exotic and frosty - If you have never visited a dispensary before and would like to see what all the cool kids are doing, Cannabliss sorority house is a great place to start, we can't wait to check out the old firehouse they transformed into a dispensary on our next visit to the mainland - Aloha a hui hou, Pua Mana 'Ohana”