“After waiting over thirty years to try marijuana, both my wife and I decided that as we live in a legal state, we should finally give it a try.
One of my main interests in using cannabis was for my chronic pain and anxiety, which I thought might be aided by the use of CBD strains, and The Novel Tree is one dispensary that seems to consistently carry them.
My wife and I were extremely apprehensive about our first time going to a shop, but all of that melted away from the firs minute we walked into the shop.
The Novel Tree is a beautiful store, thoughtfully arranged, and staffed by very friendly, kind people who made us feel welcome, which was very much appreciated by us as first time buyers.
I particularly enjoy the fact that this felt like a store where older consumers wouldn't feel out of place. It felt comfortable and professional and not like walking into a college dorm room.
We've been twice now, and this shop is already at the top of our list even though we have several in walking distance from us in Seattle.
It was an amazing experience and I recommend it highly for everyone, but especially older first timers who are nervous about visiting a shop for the first time.”
“This location is a bit out of the way for me, but is still my preferred location. Staff is very friendly, and the recommendations are spot on based on what I'd like to try for the first time, or how I'd like to feel. The glass artwork is fun to look at as well. Keep up the good work!”
“One of the better recreational stores I've been to. I love the atmosphere and everyone I interacted with was extremely nice. The bud tenders patiently answered my endless barrage of questions about vape cartridges and concentrates, and politely ignored my obvious nervousness (I get anxious in rec shops for some reason... maybe just PTSD from the days of prohibition). They also have an interesting selection of strains that you won't necesssarily find at other stores.
It's a bit of a drive for me, but I will definitely go back on occasion to stock up on some of the more uncommon items on their menu.”