Kiva Confection’s beloved Live Resin and Solventless line of gummies called Lost Farm introduces White Russian chews, infused with the beloved cannabis strain White Widow. The White Russian chews are an homage to the cult classic film featuring The Dude. The limited-edition launch aligns with the 25th anniversary of The Big Lebowski.
Lost Farm by Kiva Confections chose to infuse with White Widow because it is commonly known among consumers as one of the most popular strains in the world. The new White Russian Chews feature sweet, creamy Irish coffee flavors that are tied together with subtle notes of White Widow live resin, a hybrid boasting dank earth and spicy herbal notes. Like all Lost Farm products, White Russian features strain-specific, plant-based 10mg THC infused with 100% live resin for a distinctively full spectrum, true-to-the-plant-high.
Kiva Confections was founded in 2010 by Kristi and Scott Palmer with a clear mission —to change how the world views and uses cannabis for the better. The founders were let down by rampant, inconsistent, low-quality edibles that were available at the time. So the young couple began making chocolate bars out of their Bay Area, California home kitchen. Today, Kiva Confections’ award-winning chocolates, mints, chews, and gummies are among the most trusted, recommended, and sought-after edible brands on the market today.
Kiva, alongside its umbrella of brands including Lost Farm, Camino, and Petra, has become one of the most recognizable edible brands in cannabis with a passionate customer base throughout thousands of dispensaries in 13 marketplaces in North America: CA, AZ, NV, MI, IL, OH, OK, MA, MI, OK, MO, HI, and Canada.
White Russian Lost Farm Chews are available now at dispensaries across California, retailing for $20. For sales inquiries, visit Kiva’s sales website.