Korova is not a Eastern European Country…
Excerpt from the unredacted Mueller Report:
“…Upon hearing that the Russian delegation was on it’s way to the White House the reporters were told to leave through the door leading to the Rose Garden where they were being distracted by Stephen Miller making animals balloons. The wait staff was then ordered to go to the basement and clean out all the Clinton era bongs and bring them to the Oval Office.
“It was there that the Russian ambassador and Foreign Secretary were greeted with open arms by President Trump and his aides. The translator then made sure the coast was clear as the Foreign Secretary placed a rolled up towel against the door. The ambassador then lifted his Soviet era Ushanka hat to reveal several eighths of Russian themed buds from Korova Flower like ‘Russian Collusion’, ‘Molotov Cocktail’, and ‘Siberian Tiger’.
“For the exception of President Trump who was busy preening himself in front of Lady Bird Johnson’s old vanity mirror the entire Russian and American contingent proceeded to take bong rips and discuss the intricacies of election software.
“At around 8pm they ordered some pizza and decided to watch something called the “Pee Tape” for the fifth time…”
Founded by Joe Gerlach in 2011, Korova Edibles touts its “unrivaled potency” on every item, just above an ingredient list that reads like something your grandmother would have crafted with loving hands. Flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, eggs, chocolate pudding…and of course cannabutter. You’ll find no unpronounceable items or questionable ingredients here. It looks and smells just like grandma used to make, well almost.
Gerlach, who grew up in a family that loved to bake, created the company when he realized how many cancer patients, and others living with similarly severe conditions, didn’t have access to products with a strong enough potency to accommodate their needs. For many, the strongest dose available was an ineffective 10mg, the current edible content limit in places like Colorado, aimed at reducing accidental pediatric ingestion.
Gerlach joined forces with Ashley Goldsberry to create Korova, a company that built upon the core philosophy of helping people. In conversation with Debby Goldsberry for Dope Magazine, Ashley said that every single employee at Korova focuses on the person “who the product is helping.”