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Best Sweet Edible
1st Place – Coda Serendae Truffles
2nd Place – Binske Chocolate – Water

Best THC shatter
1st Place – Blueberry Pure Shatter by NectorBee
2nd Place – Pinapple Fields by Dabble Extracts
Best Drink
1st Place – Ripple THC Packets
2nd Place – Canyon Cultivation The Coffee

Best THC Oil
1st Place – Jack Flash Sauce by Concentrate Supply Company
2nd Place – Sweet Paradise by Wonderleaf
Best THC Hashish/Bubble Hash
1st Place – Sleestack by The Proper Extracts
2nd Place – Sunny G by Dobble Extracts
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Best Hybrid Flower
1st Place – Granola Funk by Denver-Rec
2nd Place – Gorilla Glue #4 by B. Good
The results for the Dope Cup Colorado 2017 are in:

Best CBD Oil
1st Place – Raspberry Glue by Wonder Leaf
2nd Place – Harmonia by The Farm

Dope Cup Colorado

Colorado cannabis cup 2017

But Colorado hasn’t been entirely forgotten. It’s getting a consolation prize just in time for 4/20.

The best cannabis in America will compete in eight categories for the ultimate prize — the U.S. Cannabis Cup! Be there and experience this cannabis carnival with rides, games and a stellar lineup of musical guests. And, of course, it all culminates in the U.S. Cannabis Cup awards on Sunday evening, April 17th.
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The CannabisCup.com website still has a prominent photo and link for a Colorado Cannabis Cup, which is said to be “coming soon.”
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The High Times U.S. Cannabis Cup, which was rejected in Denver and ensnared in bureaucracy after an announced plan to move to Pueblo, will be skipping Colorado entirely this year.
High Times magazine has announced that the event will instead be taking place at the National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, California — a venue that recently hosted the SoCal Medical Cannabis Cup..
The dates: April 15-17.

Then, earlier this week, High Times issued this graphic announcement on its Facebook page.

High Times has moved the U.S. Cannabis Cup to California, but Colorado is getting a consolation prize. Get more details at Westword.com.