2539 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
303.440.9393

cannabis with
character

Fresh Baked Times

on Pearl street
Boulder, CO

Est.
2010

Mile Highs and Lows: Fresh Baked Dispensary

As Colorado’s medical-marijuana industry grows, marijuana dispensaries of all types and sizes are proliferating around the state

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Visiting the Gardens of Fresh Baked

The strains that cannabis consumers find at the Fresh Baked dispensary of Boulder, CO are exquisite. Of course, someone has to grow this wonderful weed. Check in with Kevin, the lead grower at Fresh Baked, as he explains how Fresh Baked achieves its greatness.

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Fresh Baked (Recreational shop review, Boulder)

It was another gorgeous blue sky Colorado day, and once again, I found myself in Boulder looking for a quality recreational dispensary. My previous experience in Boulder was kind of “meh” and I felt that there had to be better options in this

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Colorado’s 6 Dankest Strains Of The Past Year

It has recently come to my attention that perhaps leaving Colorado out of our annual Strongest Strains on Earth feature (June 2014, Issue #473) may have hurt some feelings out in the Big D. Most notably, “the nation’s most prestigious weed editor,” Mr. Ricardo Baca, posted to his Facebook account this very question: “Why was there no Colorado pot on High Times Strongest Strains list this year?”

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A Marijuana Smoker’s Guide To Colorado

We always wondered what would happen if the shackles came off the cannabis plant. Now we know! The business of buds is booming in the Rocky Mountain State, and cannabis entrepreneurs are staking out the future. Check out some of the best and brightest among Colorado’s commercial cannabis enterprises.

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DENVER MARIJUANA GUIDE

If you look at it a certain way, the converted house occupied by Fresh Baked was just meant to be a pot dispensary one day: Formerly a bead shop and yoga studio, the place has been dishing out chill vibes for years.

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Marijuana Taxes Won’t Save State Budgets

In February 2014, Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office projected Colorado would take in $118 million in taxes on recreational marijuana in its first full year after legalization. With seven months of revenue data in, his office has cut that projection and believes it will collect just $69 million through the end of the fiscal year in June, a miss of 42 percent.

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