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Where To Get THC Chocolate in Denver

Life is good.  Especially here in Colorado, where you can find THC chocolate in Denver at most dispensaries.  However, not all selections, nor brands of edibles, are created equal.  That’s why we’re here to help!

No worries if you currently don’t have any or aren’t sure where to get edibles in Denver.  We’ve put together an all-star list of nine Denver dispensaries that score high in terms of selection, store aesthetic, and customer service so you can feel confident about where you go to purchase your own.

Find THC Chocolate at Denver's Premier Dispensaries

Diego Pellicer

Diego Pellicer’s super swanky flagship location can be found in west Denver at the intersection of Alameda and Federal where they offer red carpet service. They feature a unique Bud Bar in the middle of the store with a large selection of edibles, especially a wide array of delectable chocolates.

The interior of Diego Pellicer, a premier dispensary that carries THC chocolate in Denver.


Considered the “Apple Store'' of cannabis, Euflora is a dispensary you want to show off to your out-of-town friends. Their edible selection, especially chocolates, is one of the finest in Denver.  Plus, they’re committed to delivering the best experience to everyone who sets foot into one of their dispensaries. Stop by and say high!

Oasis Cannabis Superstore

With the word “superstore” in their name, you can only imagine what to expect when you walk in.  Yes, you guessed it, they have one of the largest selections of pretty much every type of cannabis available on the CO market.  And this means TONS of chocolate edibles options.  Save some time to browse, there’s a lot to look at!

Kaya Cannabis

Kaya is about community - a community of friends, of Coloradans, and of good people.  Each month they pick local nonprofits that do amazing things and physically help them serve the community.  Now that’s great karma!  And their edibles menu is chock full of delicious THC chocolate to boot!

Simply Pure

As the first black-owned dispensary in Denver, Simply Pure was born at the very beginning of Colorado’s dispensary onset and has grown to be considered one of the best stores in CO.  They have a strong focus on sharing both their experience and knowledge about cannabis in a safe and comfortable environment.  And their chocolate selection is to die for... you’ll see!

Simply Pure dispensary in Denver's Highland neighborhood, March 19, 2019. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)


Cookies began with two visionary founders: grow expert Jai, and entrepreneur Berner, whose Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) remains one of the most sought-after cannabis strains in the world.  Denver was beside itself when it was announced there’d be a Cookies store opening.  Go check out what the hype is all about and pick up some Nové while you’re at it!


LOVA is about living in the moment, expressing yourself, taking chances, and embracing life.  They’re all about the experience and everything they do is made with love.  They really want you to enjoy all that cannabis has to offer and with such an extensive and delightful array of THC chocolate, you will leave feeling oh so loved!


Tweedleaf is a store designed for the People with a capital P.  Offering an extensive variety of chocolates, you’ll surely find the perfect treat to take home with you.  And they’re amazing at helping you find the perfect product to fit your taste buds and desired experience, so feel free to spend a little extra time asking all the questions.

Colorado Harvest Company

With three locations around Denver, Colorado Harvest Company carries an extensive selection of the finest quality edibles available on the Colorado market.  They’ve even been recognized by media worldwide as both the favorite of locals and the preferred stop for out-of-state cannabis connoisseurs.

The exterior of Colorado Harvest Company, a retailer that carries THC chocolate in Denver.

Find Nové THC Chocolate in Denver and Across Colorado

Join in the celebration of just how good life can be, especially with chocolate edibles in your possession.  You may already be heading to your local dispensary, and if not, what are you waiting for?  Visit our Store Locator to find the nearest shop where you can find Nové and experience the luxury.

Go ahead, treat yourself!

French toast on a white plate, topped with cannabis-infused dalgona coffee cream and spicy raspberry coulis.

Cannabis-Infused Dalgona Coffee Cream │ A Brunch Collab with Dead Veggies

Announcing our most delicious collaboration/giveaway yet!  Nové Luxury Edibles is partnering with creative foodies MattyEaats, LostBoys5280, and Keith Graham in honor of the launch of Dead Veggie’s new "Bloody Matty" cocktail mix (available 8/18).  This amazing giveaway includes the unreleased Bloody Matty mix, various Nové chocolate bar flavors, a bottle of spicy raspberry jam, and plenty more!  To add to this basket of goodies, Dead Veggies has created a new French toast recipe, topped with a cannabis-infused dalgona coffee whipped cream.  Get ready to have your Sunday brunches ramped up!

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Dead Veggies wants YOU to thank your vegetables!

Dead Veggies is a new food company based in Colorado creating kimchi-based condiments.  The founders, Matt and Daniel, started Dead Veggies to reimagine Korean food in a unique and contemporary way.  Having spent their entire lives eating and making kimchi with their families inspired them to create a product that authentically represented their experiences as second-generation Korean-Americans.

Matt and Daniel explain how “authentic” means a different standard for every person depending on their individual experiences.  For them, Dead Veggies lets them combine their cultural identities and produce a product “authentic” to their own experiences but prepared with traditional Korean methods.

What is Dalgona coffee?

Dalgona coffee is a whipped coffee drink made with instant coffee, sugar, milk, and water.  The coffee is layered with a frothy, whipped coffee cream on top and iced or hot milk on the bottom.  Because it’s such a simple drink to make, many people have been inspired to make their own variations, including ones made with matcha and pumpkin spice.

Where did Dalgona coffee originate?

Dalgona coffee has a very odd history.  And the truth is, the drinks themselves don’t even contain the main ingredient it was named after.

A Korean sponge-like sweet, Dalgona (달고나) is believed to have appeared in the city of Busan during the 1960s or 70s.  This food exists throughout many parts of the globe, but under different names.  Some of the alternate names for Dalgona include sponge cake (New York and Pennsylvania), cinder toffee (Britain), honeycomb toffee (South Africa), sea foam (California and Pacific Coast), and karumeyaki (Japan). 

The coffee drink itself is inspired by an Indian coffee beverage called phenti hui coffee, or beaten coffee.  The main difference is that phenti hui coffee pours milk on top of the whipped mix, whereas dalgona coffee does the reverse. 

Another odd fact about Dalgona coffee, as mentioned before, is that it’s not made with any dalgona.  The name was actually coined by South Korean actor Jung Il-woo during an appearance on a show called Stars' Top Recipe at Fun-Staurant in January 2020, after remarking how the taste of the whipped cream reminded him of dalgona.  However, the COVID pandemic was the largest player responsible for popularizing it. 

After social distancing orders began in South Korea, there was a significant rise in recipes and videos showing how to make dalgona coffee at home.  Pretty soon, DIY dalgona coffee recipes began appearing across multiple South Korean YouTube channels before becoming a viral sensation on Tiktok under the hashtag #dalgonacoffeechallenge.  Many people now refer to the drink as the official ‘quarantine coffee.’

Woman barista making dalgona coffee. Metal whisk with cream from coffee and sugar. Culinary whisk in woman hand. Cold coffee drink and desert. Delicious coffee beverage. Professional service

Best tips for making your own Dalgona Coffee

Although this is probably the easiest coffee drink you’ll ever make, there are a few things to remember to ensure you get the right taste and consistency. 

  • Use instant coffee ONLY

While you’d think it wouldn’t make much of a difference, many people will attest that instant coffee works better than ground coffee.  The ground coffee will not dissolve well in hot water compared to the instant.  The consistency of the drink won’t be the same and will have less frothiness to it.  That means K-cups are also a no-go.  Some have found drip coffee can work as well, but it can still be tricky to get just right. 

  • Don’t leave out the sugar

The sugar is key to getting the kind of frothiness you want for the foam.  Those who made the dalgona coffee without it found the cream doesn’t get as light or fluffy and won’t hold its form for long.  However, you can substitute it with unsweetened or other non-white sugars like brown, raw, or coconut sugar. 

  • It goes great with either hot or cold milk

As if this coffee drink couldn’t get any better, it’s great whether it’s hot or cold!  Non-dairy alternatives, like oat or almond milk, also work just as well.  But note that on this particular French toast recipe, milk is not necessary -- we'll just be using the cannabis-infused dalgona coffee cream! 

  • Using an electric mixer is easier and faster than doing it by hand

Hand mixers and electric whisks are far better and faster at mixing the whipped coffee cream.  While you can do it by hand, it will take much longer and may start to hurt your arm and hand after a couple of minutes.  Milk frothers also take a considerable amount of time and need to be very powerful to create such a thick and frothy texture.

Nove Raspberry Bramble chocolate bar resting on a wood surface, surrounded by raspberries and chunks of chocolate.

Recipe: French Toast with Cannabis-Infused Dalgona Coffee Cream

The sweet and bitter qualities of Dalgona coffee perfectly complement the tartness of Nové’s Raspberry Bramble bar.  With the addition of French toast, fresh raspberries, and a spicy raspberry coulis, this recipe is guaranteed to make anyone a breakfast hero in 30 minutes or less.  For a balanced breakfast, serve your French toast with the new, collaborative “Bloody Matty” cocktail mix from Dead Veggies and MattyEaats.

Prep: 20 minutes

Cook: 10 minutes

Total: 30 minutes

Yield: 4 servings

Your Shopping List To Create Dalgona French Toast


  • 4 T Instant Coffee
  • 4 T Granulated Sugar
  • 1 bar Nové Raspberry Bramble (50mg THC, 12.5mg per serving)
  • 4 T Hot Water
  • 3 ea. Eggs, Whole
  • 2 cups Milk, Whole
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 2 T Brown Sugar
  • 1 tsp Kosher Salt
  • 8 thick slices Korean Milk Bread (substitute with shokupan, challah, or brioche)
  • 2 cups Fresh raspberries
  • 1 tsp Cocoa Powder
  • Optional Whipped Cream


Spicy Raspberry Coulis

  • 1 cups Fresh raspberries
  • 1 cups Granulated sugar
  • 1 cups Water
  • ½ ea. Jalapeno
  • 1 T Korean Chili Flake (gochugaru)
  • 5 oz Smuckers (or your favorite) raspberry jam
  • 1 oz. Elderflower liqueur (we used St. Germain)
  • 1 ea. Lemon juice/zest
  • 1/2 tsp. Kosher salt

Fresh toast topped with cannabis-infused dalgona coffee cream.  A Nove box and Bloody Matty are in the foreground.

Step One: Make The Cannabis-Infused Dalgona Coffee Cream

  1. Dissolve the instant coffee, sugar, and Nové Raspberry Bramble bar with hot water inside a mixing bowl.  To adjust the dosage, add more or less Raspberry Bramble (divide the total mg’s by 4 to calculate mg/serving)
  2. Using a whisk, hand mixer, or stand mixer, whip the mixture for about 5-8 minutes until stiff peaks form.  Scrape down the sides to ensure every bit gets whipped.  Keep cool in the fridge until ready to DEVOUR.

Step Two: Stir Together The Spicy Raspberry Coulis

  1. In a small saucepot, combine all ingredients except lemon juice/zest.  Bring to a boil, then immediately turn down the heat to low and simmer for 7 minutes. 
  2. Turn off the heat and add the juice/zest of one lemon. 
  3. Remove the seeds with a strainer or chinois and transfer to the fridge to cool down. 

Step Three: Fire Up The Skillet and Assemble Your Dalgona French Toast

  1. In a small bowl, combine the milk, eggs, brown sugar, and cinnamon.  Set aside briefly until ready to use.
  2. In a 10-inch or 12-inch skillet, melt butter over medium heat.
  3. Dip bread in egg mixture, soaking both sides.  Shake off the excess egg mixture from the bread and place the bread slices onto the hot skillet.  Season lightly with salt and pan-fry each slice until golden brown (about 2-3 minutes), then flip to cook the other side.
  4. Serve immediately with the cannabis-infused Dalgona coffee cream, spicy raspberry coulis, fresh raspberries, and a light dusting of cocoa powder - add whipped cream for an indulgent treat.

Step Four: Serve with Dead Veggies "Bloody Matty" Mix, Available 8/18!

Bloody mary cocktails with garnishes for brunch

The romantic chemistry between cannabis and chocolate is undeniable

This recipe is just a sampling of all the ways you can enjoy cannabis and food together, especially when using chocolate edibles.  We even added a few of our own cannabis-infused recipes to the blog

Our chocolate bar flavors can be combined with your favorite meals morning, noon, and night.  If you’re ready to start cooking, then use our store locator to find the closest Nové retailer near you! 

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How To Pair Beer and Cannabis Chocolates

A Match Made in Heaven

Pairing beer and cannabis together has generally been met with a quick ‘no’ from some people. Yet there are those who are finding ways to enjoy consuming both while doing it safely. 

We did a previous post on pairing wine and weed, and now, in honor of National Beer Day, we’re sharing how to pair some of Colorado’s best craft beers with our Nové luxury chocolates. Colorado is home to dozens of craft breweries and is known for high-tier beers within the industry. Pair this together with products from one of Colorado’s most reputable cannabis companies and you can’t go wrong.

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Why do beer and cannabis chocolates go together?

You’ve often heard not to mix cannabis and beer together. However, when done so responsibly, you’ll find that both substances actually compliment each other rather nicely. In fact, cannabis and hops are cousins

Although there’s been some debate behind this claim, scientists confirmed in 2002 that hops and cannabis were closely related and belonged to the Cannabaceae family, a species of climbing plants that produce petalless flowers. It’s not surprising when you consider how often beer and cannabis are described using the same adjectives; earthy, sweet, citrusy, spicey, etc. Cannabis and hops also produce some of the same terpenes, including myrcene, beta-pinene, and humulene.

Tips for consuming beer and cannabis chocolate

No matter how often you drink or consume cannabis, our motto is always "start low, go slow." When you drink alcohol, the blood vessels widen, making it easier for the bloodstream to absorb the THC from the edible. It not only enhances the high you’ll feel, but the side effects as well. This has led some people to experience what’s known as ‘greening out’.’ Greening out is a term used to describe someone who has ingested too much cannabis and begins feeling sick, followed by symptoms of dizziness, nausea, and anxiety.

A young black man holding a piece of Nove Cafe Cappuccino cannabis-infused chocolate up close to the camera.

Every person has a different tolerance for both weed and alcohol. What’s important is that you know your personal limits and monitor how your body responds. These tips can help you avoid overdoing it while still creating a unique and harmonious experience:

  1. Every square of our Nové chocolate bars is accurately dosed with 10mg of THC. As with most edibles, the onset of effects can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours. You could split each square in half to start off or cut it into quarters. Our chocolate’s creamy, stable center is easy to cut through without making a mess.
  2. The safest way to consume cannabis and alcohol together is 2.5mg of THC with a 1-2oz pour of beer, about the size of a regular shot glass. Let the chocolate melt in your mouth a little before taking a sip. It’s better if both are around room temperature. 
  3. Keeping your beer and cannabis chocolate flavors within the same terpene family will enhance the tasting and avoid too many terpene clashes. For instance, drinking a sour beer while eating a minty edible won’t mix well with your taste palette. Sometimes a stout you thought would go perfectly with dark chocolate is actually too heavy or bitter. Not every beer or chocolate flavor will taste good together, so part of the process is about finding that balance.
  4. Chocolate, specifically dark chocolate, is very acidic. Beer can be slightly acidic as well, but you want to avoid creating issues with your stomach. Imperial stouts and barrel-aged brews have a high ABV, so it’s best to stick with beers under 8%.
  5. We highly suggest drinking your beers from lightest to darkest so you can enjoy the progression in body and flavor. You don’t want your palette overrun by strong, bold flavors right out the gate. 
  6. If you are on any kind of prescribed medication, please DO NOT mix cannabis or beer with each other or anything else before speaking with your doctor. You must always consider your health and wellness first.

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Our top Nové chocolate flavors and Colorado beer pairings

Colorado is known for its delicious craft breweries and cannabis, to no one’s surprise. The incredible concoctions of terpenes and flavors are certainly worth trying, especially for National Beer Day! 

There are a ton of Colorado beers to choose from, but these six are some of our top choices for how they pair with our own chocolate flavors. 

Carver Brewing Co. Raspberry Wheat Ale with Rasberry Bramble

Raspberry is a popular fruit flavor to include in beer and chocolate. It’s only natural they’d go together. Carver Brewing’s Raspberry Wheat Ale has a strong aroma with a tart, dry finish. The raspberry filling in our bramble bar with the dark chocolate creates one rich, fruity mouthful.

Denver Beer Co. Maui Express Coconut IPA with Island Coconut

The tropical vacation never ends with this combination. The Island Coconut chocolate bar sports a hint of Madagascar vanilla for just an extra bit of sweetness. With the tropical, juicy fruit hop flavor of Denver Beer Co.'s Maui Express Coconut IPA, you get to let your mind stroll along a sandy, white beach.

Odell Brewery Good Behavior Crushable IPA with Sea Salt Caramel

The tropical fruit and peachy flavor of the Good Behavior Crushable IPA is an interesting combo with the Sea Salt Caramel chocolate. The milk chocolate balances well with the light body and crisp finish of the beer.

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Denver Beer Co. Peanut Butter Graham Cracker Porter with Honey Peanut Butter

What goes better with summer than a campfire under the stars? Denver Beer Co. literally put a s’more in a can. The lush chocolate porter with the smoothness of the Honey Peanut Butter bar is as creamy as you can get. 

Finkel & Garf Oatmeal Milk Stout with Cafe Cappuccino

Coffee and chocolate are two of the best flavors you could pair together! The Cafe Cappuccino bar tastes like sipping on a freshly ground espresso, especially with the white chocolate coating. Mixing it with the Oatmeal Milk Stout’s own chocolate and coffee flavors turns your mouth into a regular coffee shop.

Avery Brewing Co. Mint Chocolate Stout with Glacier Mint

Avery Brewing has a long-standing history of brewing some of the best beers in the industry. No better choice to pair our Glacier Mint chocolate with than their Mint Chocolate Stout. The peppermint and cacao nibs create a cool, tingling mixture with the mint filling from the chocolate bar.

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May chocolate and beer never disappear!

Knowing how to safely consume cannabis and alcohol together is the pinnacle of having an enjoyable experience. However, looking at the similarities between brewing beer and growing cannabis can give us a better understanding of how they’re related.

Supporting the local breweries in Colorado is just as important as supporting local cannabis businesses. Both are a craft and take years of dedication to master. Celebrate National Beer Day with one of your favorite brews and by using our store locator to pick up a Nové chocolate edible to pair it with. Our unique cannabis chocolate flavors offer the luxury, gourmet experience for half the price!