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Berner and Cookies go together like fried chicken and biscuits; they’re basically inseparable at this point. Berner is a self-proclaimed “menu master” and I can’t help but agree. From London Poundcake and Cheetah Piss to Gary Payton and Cereal Milk, the strains Berner and his Cookies team come up with are unparalleled to this point. Berner is also a master of cannabis branding, as his fleet of Cookies apparel stores prove. Big Bern’ decided to take all of his insights and experience and apply it to another endeavor, Lemonnade.

Lemonnade is a brand, beverage, and strain family all wrapped into one cohesive package. The drinks are made with True Terpenes which lets people drink strain profiles right from the bottle. Lemonnade is designed for cannabis connoisseurs like the Cookies brand was. But anyone looking for the bubbly embrace of energetic highs, bright lemon flavors, and loud citrus terps will love this brand.

It all started with the Original Lemonnade Strain (The Original), but the menu has expanded into a delicious assortment of smokeable treats. The Original was crossed with a Cherry Pie strain to create Lemonchello; of which three phenotypes made it into production. The Lime strain is rocking a pine and citrus aroma thanks to Cactus Cooler. From three different Sorbet pheno’s to Lemon Pebblez’ gassy-Lemondrop experience, Lemonnade has cornered a nice market in the top-shelf cannabis space.

Lemonnade Specializes In Loud Lemon and Citrus Terps

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