“I bought blue dream back in November from Level Up.
Not proud people... it took me until this weekend to try it. It was dry, still unopened.
I’m not sure how it’s possible but it was some of the best flower I’ve had all year- ”
“Level Up is one of the nicest dispensaries i have ever been in. the staff is extremely knowledgeable and has great suggestions on strains similar to the one you are looking for. i have gone in to buy a certain strain and walked out with something different then i was going to get for the better.”
“With 84 strains its so ridiculous to look at chrome tins and ask to open every single one just to make a decision.Put the flower in jars so we as patients can see
what we would like to check out, It would save you people some time also. Now this is what steams me..
Drove around trying to locate the shop for an hour with 7 phone calls to be sent directly to voice mail..
We almost just went home. Your apologies were not
kind ones, your flower is the same as everyones, will not be back.”
“Nice location, very nice layout of building. I like the C-Vault containers storing the meds, very helpful staff, and very clean and organized.
I got some GSC, Grape Krush(offered by the bud tender), and White Widow. I enjoyed the GSC and the White Widow very much but didn't like the budtender's recommendation of the Grape Krush. It was darker in color(not purple, more brown), lacked trichs, and didn't taste as terpy as I would have liked. I told her I was specifically concerned with taste, and she said, "It does, it tastes good" . It didn't! Some times I find this has been a common theme at other dispensaries as well. And I suspect that they are almost encouraged to offer up a strain of less quality as to get it out of the store faster because if something isn't popular it will just sit for a while. And for a lot of customers that works because to them "weed is weed" and "it all does the job". I'm more of a conoisseur and don't want low quality ever offered up to me.
I would still give them another chance, but probably be more instinctive on my choice versus listening to a budtender.”