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I didn’t understand what my parents were complaining about as I drank the latest glow-in-the dark color of Mountain Dew when I was twelve: Who cared if cream soda or ginger ale was no longer available at the soda fountain? Flashier, sweeter flavors had taken over, and outside of a hip cafe or old deli, there was no going back.
Then I tried shopping for bubble hash the other day, and I suddenly realized what they’d meant. Expensive and refined rosins, THC diamonds and shatter were easy to find, but the bubble hash and kief I grew to love in college? That’s become tougher to locate as consumers become infatuated with the new, stronger concentrates.
While it’s not impossible to find bubble hash and even hand-rolled balls of Moroccan gold in Colorado, you can’t expect any random pot shop to have them. To help your high reach that extra burst without need of a blow torch, here are five extractors and dispensaries still selling the