Retailers We Love

Retailers We Love — Herban Legends

Retailers We Love — Herban Legends

It’s not just a legend. There’s a new shop in Belltown taking tourists and locals by storm. Herban Legends opened on April 21, 2016 and is undoubtedly one of our #RetailersWeLove.

Retailers We Love — Higher Leaf

Retailers We Love — Higher Leaf

If you're on the east side and looking for the best bud, look no further than Higher Leaf in Kirkland. This marijuana boutique has an assortment of high-quality flower, including your favorites from Western Cultured.

Retailers We Love — Bud's Garage

Retailers We Love — Bud's Garage

“I want people to speak with us directly, so we can guide them to the product that’s right for them,” says Donnie Staff, General Manager of Bud’s Garage. Donnie stands at a stained wooden bar complete with classic black vinyl bar seating.

Retailers We Love - Fweedom

Retailers We Love - Fweedom

Combine two things we love, freedom and weed, and you'll get Fweedom, one of our retailers we love. These friends from our medical days transitioned to 502 and we couldn't be more excited.

Retailers We Love - Ruckus

Retailers We Love - Ruckus

Western Cultured is excited to announce we are now for sale in Capitol Hill's newest shop, Ruckus! After a year of uphill battles, Ruckus opened in early December. 

Retailers We Love — Satori

Retailers We Love — Satori

Today's #RetailersWeLove, and a shop we're thankful for, is Satori in Spokane. This shop has a long history in the glass pipe world,  so we're excited about their transition to recreational cannabis.

Retailers We Love — Clutch Cannabis

Retailers We Love — Clutch Cannabis

Looking for cannabis in the clutch? Look no further than Clutch Cannabis, one of our #RetailersWeLove. This crew believes working from seed to concentrate is the only way to source the best cannabis.

Retailers We Love - Whidbey Island Cannabis Co.

Retailers We Love - Whidbey Island Cannabis Co.

Today we're thankful for Whidbey Island Cannabis Co., the recipients of Washington State's very first i502 license and Whidbey Island's first rec shop.