CAMINO | Kiva’s cannabis gummies put you in a California state of mind

Eaze Team
Apr 5, 2019

Travel a new road.

When Kiva’s cannabis confection wizards emerge from the kitchen with something new, edibles epicures take note. Now the makers of the most trusted chocolate in cannabis are offering a new line of gummies that evoke the California experience.

Camino edible gummies, inspired by the historic El Camino Real – a 600-mile road winding from Baja to the Bay – are carefully crafted to conjure an iconic California landscape. Each contains a unique blend of THC, CBD, and natural terpenes designed for specialized effects.

Let’s meet the new flavors of Kiva:

Sparkling Prosecco.

2 mg THC, 6 mg CBD. Kiva co-founder Scott Palmer tells Eaze: “This is for the trip to wine country … The effect is social, with CBD to balance out the THC.”

Pineapple Habanero.

5 mg THC, 0 mg CBD. “This is for that trip to Joshua tree, hiking for the whole day, anything physical,” Palmer says. “We’re using terpenes here that support energy and an uplifting effect.”

Blenheim Apricot.

5 mg THC, 0 mg CBD. Palmer tells Eaze: “This is our ‘hybrid’ effect, balanced to be equal on both sides of the spectrum.”

Wild Berry.

5 mg THC, 0 mg CBD. “If you’re looking for a more laid-back feeling, that would be our wild berry, with Linalool and Myercene,” Palmer says.

Not your average cannabis gummies.

The double-peak shaped gummies are soft and pliable but don’t turn sticky or gooey over time, with a melt-in-your-mouth texture that’s great for holding under your tongue if you want that sublingual effects fast-forward. Each easily divisible gummy contains either 5 mg or 2 mg of THC, so they’re perfect for low-dosing (though more intrepid travelers will have no problem eating two or more).

And because it’s Kiva, they’re delicious, of course.

Camino gummies [photo courtesy of Kiva]
“We’ve been successful because we were kind of crazy about food in general,” Palmer tells Eaze. “It’s got to taste amazing, it’s got to be a good food experience, or we won’t do it. That’s what sets Camino apart.”

[Product(s) named in this story are registered under California license CDPH-T00000118]

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