Imagine yourself by a crackling fire in a candlelit dining room adorned for the holidays. You take a sip from a glass of Washington’s finest wine, and enjoy the sterling company as you wait expectantly for your first delicate plate of world class food, prepared with the locally-grown and wild ingredients that have made The Herb Farm famous.
But obviously something is missing. This full immersion in the bounty of Washington’s soil is not complete without experiencing the sensory delight offered by Washington’s other famous herb farms.
So before you head to New Year’s Eve dinner at Washington’s most famous restaurant, stop by your local Bothell weed shop for a selection of Washington’s finest recreational marijuana. To compliment the exemplary local wine and food, you’ll want an overtly delicious strain. Right now we’re loving Lemonder from Seattle’s Private Reserve. These flowers have a nuanced citrus aroma and provide a mellow, happy high that won’t knock you off your feet (17.3 % THC).
You might also consider going with a classic Northwestern flavor like Blackberry Kush. We have a nice strain from Origin Cannabis Company that delivers the kiss of bramble berries with a heady buzz (24.2% THC) that will enhance your senses.
But, hey, dinner at The Herb Farm is a five hour affair, so you may want something that will really give you a lasting case of the munchies. Blackberry Kush Sugar Babes (Washington Bud Co) packs a wallop at 33 % THC and tastes almost as good as dessert at The Herb Farm. And if you’re still paranoid about losing your buzz, edibles are here to help. Pack your pockets with THC capsules from Nectar Craft, Phat Panda, or Northwest Cannabis Solutions. If you’re going to pay over $250 for dinner, you might as well get the most out of it.
The menu is always TBA. Arrive at the restaurant 30 minutes early for a tour of the gardens.