Défoncé Expands Its Chocolate-Cannabis Line
These sweets are made in the world's largest cannabis-infused edibles manufacturing facility.
Image courtesy of Défoncé
Oakland-based chocolatier Défoncé announced today some new additions to its line of premium cannabis-infused candies.
In addition to the brand's array of full-sized chocolate bars, dispensaries and delivery services statewide will now offer single-serving squares and low-dose chocolate-cannabis bites.
Available in two-square and eight-square boxes, with each square containing 5 milligrams of THC, the squares come in five different flavors: dark chocolate, milk chocolate, mint-milk chocolate, vanilla white chocolate, and matcha white chocolate.
Sold forty to a box, with each Belgian-chocolate-coated piece containing 1 milligram of THC, the bites come in four different flavors: dark-chocolate blueberries, milk-chocolate almonds, milk-chocolate espresso beans, and milk-chocolate hazelnuts.
"We are incredibly excited to introduce our expanded line of cannabis confections, providing Californians with delicious new options to enjoy premium, low-dose edibles," said Défoncé founder and CEO Eric Eslao.
Merging selectively sourced Belgian chocolate with California cannabis extract through its unique patented Clean Infusion Process™, Défoncé manufactures its candies in a 40,000-square-foot structure which, according to a press release, is the world's largest cannabis-infused edibles manufacturing facility.
"Our goal has always been to elevate the edible experience, and we've worked hard to develop a brand that is consistent, safe, and delicious," Eslao said.
"Our new products are perfect for those looking to indulge in a discreet and sophisticated fashion, and with the wide array of flavors, there is something for everyone to enjoy."
Diagrammed into eighteen-portioned sections, containing 5 milligrams of THC, Défoncé's bars come in a wide array of different flavors, including coconut dark chocolate, hazelnut dark chocolate, espresso milk chocolate, extra-dark chocolate, and more.