Kiva got its start with its signature brand of chocolate bars, still sold under the Kiva name. Powered by cold water hash, they’re available in varieties like milk or dark chocolate, flavored varieties like churro, blackberry, or s’mores, or CBD-infused bars. There are even savory options, like an everything bagel-flavored bar or delicious THC turkey gravy! Chocolate lovers will also enjoy the Terra “bites,” small flavored confections with 5 mg of THC.
Kiva also offers a number of different gummies under the Camino, Lost Farm, and Terra brands. These are offered in a wide variety of exotic flavors like habanero pineapple and wild cherry Camino gummies or Lost Farm strawberry lemonade, as well as varying potency levels (from as little as 2 mg to as much as 25mg.) CBD gummies are also available, as are THC and CBD “chews,” which are similar in consistency to taffy.
Finally, Kiva’s Petra line provides a less common but equally delightful type of THC edibles – mints! With just 2.5 mg of THC (along with some with CBD or CBN), they’re an excellent way to refresh yourself with a subtle mini-dose of relaxation.
Kiva Edibles Review
Few companies produce THC edibles with the quality and variety of the excellent offerings of Kiva. No matter what flavor buyers are craving, chances are they’ll find something to scratch the itch from Kiva or its sub-brands. In addition to taste, Kiva offers far more options than typical cannabis edibles when it comes to potency and pairings with other cannabinoids, both of which Kiva prides itself on producing in the most reliable doses possible. For Bay State cannabis consumers craving chocolate bars, chews, mints, or gummies, there are few better choices.