La Cannaisseur is a Portland Recreational Marijuana Dispensary
La Cannaisseur is a local Portland gem that offers the highest quality recreational marijuana at budget prices for travelers bold enough to venture to their store. Tucked away in the Linnton corner of Portland, La Cannaisseur’s exclusive boutique selection, educated customer service, and hard-to-find prices make the trip well worth seeking its bounty.
La Cannaisseur first opened their doors in 2014, founded by a connoisseur who wanted to open a boutique-style, reasonably priced dispensary. After learning the ins and outs of the cannabis community long before La Cannaisseur, the founder observed the ins and outs of the cannabis community and noticed stores sometimes took advantage of the customer and charged unfair prices. The founder was committed to her community and positive marijuana advocacy, so she opened La Cannaisseur. She opened her dispensary with absolutely no advertisements, armed only with a sincere dedication to running her dispensary for the people. La Cannaisseur flourished through word of mouth only and continues to flourish by serving hundreds of cannabis customers to this day with their destination facility, passionate staff, and lower-than-low prices on high-quality products.
The Moment customers walk into La Cannaisseur, they know they’re in for a true marijuana treat. Their Prohibition-era decoration offers distinct charm, and features local art and a free candy jar for patrons. La Cannaisseur’s budtender team knows their cannabis inside and out, and is able to provide detailed recommendations and explain the differences even between two strains with the same name. LC staffers can outline how dabbing works, how to gauge doses, and answer any other questions a customer might have. La Cannaisseur’s every move focuses on their Portland community, and their team partners with local charities, organizations, programs, and events to sponsor, donate, and participate wherever they can.
By not advertising, La Cannaisseur keeps their top-quality selection of nearly one hundred marijuana products down to nearly wholesale costs. Their dispensary stocks various flower strains, edibles, topicals and concentrates, all from brands which meet their high criteria of best price and best quality. Vendors like Solely Baked, Juana, and Formula 91 line their shelves, and La Cannaisseur has partnered with Aphrodite’s Desire to bring a rotation of exclusive marijuana flower strains to the Oregon market. La Cannaisseur stores their flower in nitrogen-sealed cans, keeping strains like Black Widow, Tahoe Velvet Tie, and Nestle’s Hash fresh until customers are ready to take them home. To complement the selection, La Cannaisseur also stocks various consumption accessories to suit a range of budgets.
The journey to La Cannaisseurs’ Portland dispensary is well worth the effort. From traveling either north or south on the 405, headed to Central Portland, take the exit for St. Helens NW Road/Highway 30. Enjoy the scenic drive of Pacific Northwest forests and the Willamette River for 10-11 miles, until you hit NW 107th street. Take a right at the light, and La Cannaisseur’s dispensary is on the left-hand side. Keep an eye out for the Giant Salmon Sign bearing Linnton’s name as you enter the neighborhood, and you’ll know you’re on your way to cannabis excellence.
Nestled adjacent to Linnton PArk near Sauvie Island, La Cannaisseur stands in the Northwest corner of Portland, Oregon. Visitors make the special trip to their dispensary from Cathedral Park, St. Johns, Portsmouth, Arbor Lodge, and Overlook. The Bethany, Slabtown, and Alberta neighborhoods can easily access their retail dispensary. La Cannaisseur invites curious customers from Eliot, Pearl District, Sullivan’s Gulch and West Haven-Sylvan to their store. From Burlington to Holbrook and beyond, La Cannaisseur is proud to serve their Portland community.
While a way's away from downtown, Northwest Portland offers many tourist attractions and destinations unique to its area. Linnton Park and Forest Park do double duty to provide forested trails and beautiful foliage for the drive north. The Willamette River separates the Linnton area from Sauvie Island, home to The Pumpkin Patch, Kruger’s Farm Market and Sauvie Island Blueberry Farm. Near the local Decoy, Feed and Seed, and the Lighthouse restaurant, La Cannassieur proudly stands as a Portland known and loved dispensary.
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