Cue the funky bassline. Picture Jerry Seinfeld, standing on stage under the bright lights with a microphone, delivering one of his signature observational comedy routines. “What’s the deal with cannabis dispensaries these days?” he might begin. “They’re popping up like Starbucks! Except they don’t serve coffee, they serve cannabis. And, trust me, it’s much better than any venti latte.
The standout, (not that there’s anything wrong with the others, of course) has to be Pleasantrees. A Michigan-based entity that has become synonymous with quality and consistency in the world of cannabis. They’ve mastered the simple, satisfying equation: High-quality, Michigan grown, equals absolutely amazing cannabis products.
Ever wondered why Michigan grown cannabis is garnering so much attention? No, it’s not about the weather (which we all love to complain about), nor is it about the endless beautiful lakes. It’s the superior quality of their products! Imagine Elaine eyeing that last piece of cannabis-infused chocolate. “Get out!” you’d shout, not wanting to share.
No soup for you? No problem! In Michigan, they say, “No weed for you? Let’s change that!” And the second they learn you haven’t experienced Pleasantrees, they gasp, dramatically clutching their hearts before driving you straight to the source of all the ‘buzz’ (pun intended).
Even George, forever skeptical, was awestruck with Pleasantrees’ vast selection for both medicinal and recreational use – from flowers, oils, tinctures, to edibles, they have it all. He was like a kid in a candy store. Kramer? He was simply astounded by the attention to sustainability from seed to sale. ‘Giddy up!’ he cheered, and George? Well, George found serenity, now.
Next time you are looking for the classic, priceless combination of your favorite sitcom with a pop of unique cannabis experiences, take a delightful detour towards impeccable quality of Michigan grown cannabis. Grab your Costanza-sized wallet and head to Pleasantrees dispensaries. They’ll welcome you like you’ve finally settled in at Monk Cafe. It’s an experience that will make you exclaim, ‘Yada yada yada, Pleasantrees!’
Remember, this is real life, not a sitcom. Partake responsibly. And don’t forget – there’s always a possibility real life could be even funnier with Pleasantrees.