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Culture | 11.03.2021

Nevada-Based Luxury Edibles Brand Hervé Launches In California

Experience the most decadent and luxury cannabis macarons on the market.

The luxury French-inspired cannabis-infused dessert maker, Hervé, recently announced that they’re ready to launch their delicious macarons in the state of California to reap the rewards of selling in the world’s largest cannabis market.

Hervé prides itself on its classic patisserie creations, proudly producing decadent desserts, macarons, and chocolates that blend contemporary design with tasty flavors. Hervé blends decades of traditional French culinary history with a modern infusion process to create the first complex and intricately infused luxury desserts for seasoned cannabis consumers. All of Hervé’s edibles are available on their website

Photo courtesy of Hervé Edibles

Their latest announcement to branch into California marks Hervé’s first expansion since establishing in Nevada in February of 2020. The edibles company will also be releasing new flavors for the California launch, including raspberry, chocolate, salted caramel, and celebration birthday cake.

What makes Hervé better than the rest? At first glance, the company’s macarons have outsold all premium edibles on the market. Second, Hervé uses the best quality ingredients, making their price points almost two to three times higher than competitor products. All macarons will come in a box of three, and each macaron will contain 10mg of premium THC cannabis distillate. They will be $20 a box plus tax.

Photo courtesy of Hervé Edibles

Consumers can now purchase Hervé’s macarons at retailers like Atrium and Medicine Woman in LA, California Street Cannabis in San Francisco, One Plant in Goleta and Antioch, and Planet 13 in Santa Ana. In the coming months, consumers can find Hervé’s products in 60 additional dispensaries online. Even better, Californians can now purchase and deliver Hervé’s macarons right to your door through their website.

“We couldn’t be more excited to launch in California and are thrilled with consumer demand even ahead of our official product launch,” said Cheyne Nadeau, Vice President of Marketing of Hervé, in a press release. “We always felt that California represented exactly the type of knowledgeable consumer that would appreciate the care and quality that go into our Hervé products, and we are thrilled with all the excitement around our launch.”

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After Michigan, California has the second-largest edibles market since legalizing marijuana in 2018. And it’s not stopping there; edibles sales are constantly growing each quarter, so there’s no better time for Hervé to get in on the California cannabis market. The company also plans to launch Le Mirage, a sublingual cannabis hard candies that come in refillable storage and dispensing containers. Le Mirage is expected to come to California before the end of 2021.

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