Satori Chocolate Bites Strawberry
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Satori Chocolate Bites — Blueberry, Strawberry

Satori Chocolate Bites — Blueberry, Strawberry

written by Samuel Popejoy, video by Blair Borland
Satori Chocolate Bites Strawberry
2

Satori Chocolate Bites — Blueberry, Strawberry

written by Samuel Popejoy, video by Blair Borland

There’s a lot to be concerned about with these chocolate bites from Satori. Despite being some of the most-sold edibles in the California recreational cannabis market, we were wholly repulsed by both Satori’s chocolate-covered blueberries and strawberries.

You might be better off not knowing the ingredients. How is it possible to take the strawberry out of strawberry or make real blueberries taste like cheap, toxic candy?

 

Highlights

Ranked 24 of 24 in Edibles for Flavor

Available in

  • Los Angeles
  • Throughout California

Good for

  • Relaxing
  • Socializing

Potency

  • Approximately 2mg THC & 2mg CBD

Overview

Convenience: 4/5
Flavor: 1/5
Activation time: 1/5
Effects: 1/5
Price: 3/5
Overall score: 2.0

 

Effects

Focused

Relaxed

Euphoric

Relief

Energized

Strength

Head High Low

Body High Low

Satori Chocolate Bites: Blueberry and Strawberry, Chai Spiced White Chocolate & Premium Dark Chocolate

– Overrated
– Similar appearance to Terra Bites
– Blueberries had a chemical-esque flavor, dipped in dark chocolate
– Strawberries did not taste like strawberries, dipped in white chocolate
– Light dosage
– Flavor was not accurate

Satori’s Chocolate Bites consist of real fruit or nuts dipped in various types of chocolate. Both CBD and THC options are available with most products, and Satori invites customers to “Savor This Experience” with these foodie-grade cannabis edibles that oddly don’t seem designed to be effective.

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Effects

  • Focused: 1/5 — None
  • Relaxed: 1/5 — None
  • Euphoric: 1/5 — None
  • Relief: 1/5 — None
  • Energized: 1/5 — None

Strength

  • Head high: 1/5
  • Body high: 1/5

Price

These chocolate bites cost around the same amount as any other edible sold in California. Yet, they contain about a third of the THC. The justification? Satori’s Chocolate Bites are “gourmet.” But would connoisseur chocolates really contain ingredients like high-fructose corn syrup and “Nonionic Surfactant”?

  • Price: $20
  • Value: 3/5

Activation & Duration

These edibles felt like they were going to take forever to kick in. Once they did, the effects our Satori Chocolate Bites delivered were minimal, and they didn’t seem worth the bad taste in our mouths that seemed to persist long after the vague high faded away.

  • Activation time: 2 hours
  • Effects lasted for: 45 minutes

Convenience

Each small edible only contains 3mg THC. That’s right — you’d need to eat close to half a container of Satori Chocolate Bites to get the same dose as a single average 10mg edible. 

These Satori edibles even look small. They come in a tiny tin that looks deceptively bigger in online pictures, and each ball itself is about the size of a Milk Dud. We think this is a contender for the most overrated cannabis product ever. Terrible flavor. 

  • Sold in: LA, SF, SD, Tahoe, Sacramento, Palm Springs
  • Packaging: 4/5

Flavor & Aroma

There’s an odd tone-deafness in the cannabis industry that leads brands to use unacceptably low-quality ingredients in edibles. We suppose they think that their customers are too stoned to notice, but we’re never too high to see the truth.

In this case, the inconvenient truth is that Satori Chocolate Bites hands-down taste terrible. It would be one thing if they weren’t so overhyped, but these “gourmet” THC chocolates taste like the type of expired candy in dusty, clear containers you can find in the bargain bins at Bed Bath & Beyond.

  • Flavor: 1/5

Best Dosage

As a low-dosage product, you’ll need to eat 2-3 chocolates to notice any effect.

 

Target Audience

It wouldn’t be a stretch to call Satori’s Chocolate Bites an abomination only because of what Satori is supposed to be. As a significant California cannabis producer, Satori brands itself as a space where foodies and THC connoisseurs can converge.

Why would California’s most connoisseur-oriented cannabis brand produce chocolates that taste so God-awful? Why choose the cheapest, most hated ingredients to use in your supposedly high-end edibles? These questions scream out for answers, but you can give your own by taking your business elsewhere.

Satori Chocolate Bites FAQ

1. Where to buy Satori chocolate?

Satori THC chocolates are available on Eaze and in many dispensaries throughout California. We’d strongly recommend you keep a healthy distance from these thoroughly unpleasant edibles, though.

  • PriceAcceptable
  • PackagingExceptional
  • On-the-goExceptional
  • Ease of useExceptional
  • DosagePoor
Satori Chocolate Bites Strawberry
Satori Chocolate Bites — Blueberry, Strawberry

written by Samuel Popejoy, video by Blair Borland

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Satori Chocolate Bites — Blueberry, Strawberry Product Information

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THC & CBD per chocolate piece

2mg

Price

$20

Recommended For

Daytime

Target Age Group

25+

Quantity

100mg THC & 100mg CBD

Activation Time

2 hours

Other Flavors

Dark Chocolate & Chai Spiced White Chocolate

Pros

  • Price
  • Packaging

Cons

  • Activation Time
  • Flavor
  • Effects
Rated 2 Stars by 232 Customers

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Satori Chocolate Bites Strawberry
Satori Chocolate Bites — Blueberry, Strawberry

written by Samuel Popejoy, video by Blair Borland

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