Valentine’s Bouquet

Roses are a classic way to show your Valentine’s Day love, but Perfect Union wants you to consider another kind of flower as an expression of affection: cannabis.

Perfect Union’s house flower, 530, is grown in Northern California by what has become one of the largest cannabis growers in the state. It is also a top-shelf product, according to Julie Hagans, senior director of marketing for the Seaside dispensary, meaning it works as a no-frills but quality gift.

Until Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, Perfect Union is offering customers who purchase an eighth of an ounce (or 3.5 grams) a pre-roll joint for $5. 530’s flower comes in different flavors, including banana macaroons, wedding cake and others, with a range of THC strength from 23 to almost 34 percent.

The dispensary’s Valentine’s Day special also includes a 10-percent-off offer for first-time buyers that expires on March 31. Part of the goal, Hagans says, is to attract new cannabis buyers who might receive a gift from their significant other. “For your Valentine’s you want to try something a little bit new, a little bit different,” she says.

Other specials for Perfect Union’s Valentine’s Day promotion are 1-cent honey shots if you buy a four-pack of Kikoko (that’s cannabis-infused herbal teas); and a buy-one-get-one-for $5 Click, a fast-acting cannabis-infused mouth spray – assuming you and your Valentine both want the same breath spray.

PERFECT UNION, 840 Broadway Ave., Suite B-4, Seaside. Open daily 9am-9pm. 920-4998, perfect-union.com

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