Here are some of the most popular items from legal marijuana’s first year — and a sneak peak of what’s coming

From pre-rolled joints to olive oil, Massachusetts's pot shops really offer it all.

Berkshire Roots's pink lemonade chews, one of the shop's most popular gummies.
Berkshire Roots's pink lemonade chews, one of the shop's most popular gummies. –Berkshire Roots

We caught up with various pot shops around the state one year after legal recreational marijuana was first sold to see which products they can’t seem to keep in stock. (Flower is still the most popular buy all around, it seems.)

We also found out whether they have anything exciting they’re planning to release during year two.

Berkshire Roots — Pittsfield

Most popular products:

  • Cannabis flower
    • Satvia: Orange Chemeleon, Vortex
    • Indica: Congolese Kush, OGKB 2.0 BX
    • Hybrid: Snowdog
  • In-house gummies, especially the pink lemonade and apple pie chews
  • Chocolate bars

Coming soon:

  • Planning to re-introduce some “old favorites,”  including Redvine Jackie and Lavender X Clementine strains
  • Berries ‘n Cream and Orange Creamsicle gummies
  • More chocolate bars, including ones with marshmallows and peppermint candy inside

Cultivate — Leicester

Most popular products:

  • Flower, loose or in pre-rolls
  • Dark chocolate
  • “We keep adding more products to our line, including our caramels, our hexies, which is our fruit chew, our lotions,” Cultivate President Sam Barber said.

Coming soon:

  • Maple syrup
  • Caramels and olive oil recently launched

Gage Cannabis — Ayer

Most popular products:

  • Flower and pre-rolls
    • Especially the Gilz Nilz strain
  • Central Ave watermelon fruit chews

Coming soon:

  • Peanut Butter and Chocolate flower by Central Ave
  • Boomsticks and Moonrocks strains by Sira Naturals

Nature’s Remedy — Millbury

Most popular products:

  • Eighths and pre-rolled joints
  • Edibles

Coming soon:

  • Nature’s Remedy has a cultivation and manufacturing license, according to Chief Marketing Officer Ashley Esper, and will be releasing its own brands of flower and edibles soon.

NETA — Northhampton

Most popular products:

  • Flower (“It’s sort of the original way that people like to consume cannabis,” NETA President Amanda Rositano said.)
  • Lumens, which are gummies
  • Chocolate bars

Coming soon:

  • Rositano said to look out for NETA’s fine mist inhaler, which currently can’t be sold because of Massachusetts’s vape ban. “It’s a fast onset, it’s discreet, and it’s a really effective way to use cannabis for a lot of people,” she said.

253 Farmacy — Turners Falls

Most popular products:

  • Flower and pre-rolls

Coming soon:

  • 253 Farmacy is working to create its own strain-specific products.
  • Planning to release chocolate, gummies, chews, lozenges, tinctures, creams, and salves around March
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February 17, 2020 | 9:12 PM