“ A rare location so good you tell everyone you know about it, despite part of you wanting to keep the awesome to yourself, a secret weedy meeting place of the knowledgeable.
I love the TJ's grown weed with a caveat that sometimes it smokes a bit more harshly than I'd like. That said, it'd be hard to sit around waiting for the stuff to cure a long time when demand is so high. If you see a TJ'S grown steain on the menu, don't hesitate. It'll be gone in no time. Their Durban is one of my favorite things, but white label, chocolate kush, and Kenny's Cut of Cookies are not slouches.
I love the way they'll tell you all about their stuff, be it grow techniques, nomenclature and lingo, historical origins of strains, you name it. The guy that helped me today was like my weed Doppelganger, we spoke each other's language bigtime.
Honestly I love the downshelf product both for value and diversity, from the gardens of those they vet. It's like a pot farmers market in that sense. I'd smoke through all of it if I lived nearby; just cause something looks a little less than idyllic doesnt man its not good. I love this model. One of those growers of note is Sons of Agronomy, less than perfect looks, consistently chronic.
Top 5 in the state easily. I highly look forward to returning.”