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On my cannabis learning curve I visited once several months ago before getting medical card. Went back again recently; greeted by budtender Josh, who was very thorough with my wheelbarrow full of questions debunking decades of indoctrinated propaganda. Spent 1-1/2 hours in concentrated conversation. I could not have asked for a better attention span or sharp mind to follow my lengthy thought processes/history if I had paid a professional for just consultation alone, not as part of the package delivered by the dispensary.
Although their medical side is currently closed, being reworked through an expansion, I am more a medical customer than a recreational one. Nonetheless, this caliber of service just walking in--thoughtful, complete, and patient answers to questions I just couldn't find in print--is exemplary.
Very competent, respectable, and professional. Will certainly return.
I've been coming to caregivers for life since 2014. They have always upheld high standards for the quality of their bud and edibles. Nice location and friendly staff, highly recommend checking this place out!
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I sure do love the flowers and Phoenix tears that you can find at caregivers for life. However, my "caregiver" was the grumpiest most abrasive budtender I've had the misfortune of dealing with. Not sure what his name was, only male I could discern that works there, but his atttitude left a lasting impression.
Right off the bat you could tell he didn't want to be there. I was trying to make friendly conversation, explaining since I live in the mountains I take occasional trips to Denver to get the "fire". He immediately took exception with my vernacular and told me how I need to remove that term from my vocabulary. He then went on about how the terms "loud" and "fire" make no sense and how it annoys him when people use them. Hm. Interesting thought because I'm pretty sure 70% of the vernacular in the weed industry makes no sense.
It gets better though. As I explored my options and his attitude remained the same, I get to a check out point. When I reply that I had forgotten my exit bag, he says "sucks for you man". Okay. And to boot, he felt the need to quiz me on where I legally am supposed to store my medical marijuana. As if I didn't do my research and follow the specific beaurocratic steps to get a red card in the state of Colorado. So yes, I was fully aware that medical marijuana is supposed to be in your trunk out of reach and sealed up. Thanks for that lesson though.
Long story short, nice flowers, great Rick Simpson oI'll (Phoenix tears), but the lousy customer service is enough for me to never want to become a member here as well as not even return as a guest.
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When I asked to see the Clarity of shatter Charlene told me that was not allowed and told me I didn't need to shop there. Terrible customer service. I won't be back
Great location in Cherry Creek. Super convenient, very knowledgeable staff who take a consultative approach.
This place is defiantly my go to in cherry creek. They have a great medical side. The staff is great well I have had a bad experience once but every other time has been great. There is a lady there that I think used to be a nurse in Texas or something Iike that I wish I remembered her name. But she was the most helpful person I have had at a dispensary. She jsut cared. Lol go figure. There also the only place where you can get that rso oil or something like Phoenix tears. Give them s try!