Anchorage Dispensary House Of Green Have Announced Award Winning Strain

Anchorage dispensary, House Of Green AK is the most experienced company in the industry, House of Green AK is excited to announce they have received the recent award.

Anchorage, United States - September 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Anchorage, Alaska- House of Green dispensary in Alaska is one of the best dispensaries in Anchorage, operated by the most experienced staff in the industry.

Not only does the business have an impeccable word of mouth reputation around the Anchorage area, they currently hold nearly a 5 star rating online. House of Green is known for their first class, premium selection of pre-packaged quality flower, flower pre-rolls, concentrates, edibles, glassware and vaping accessories. House of Green, dispensary in Anchorage, AK- say what sets themselves apart from other dispensaries in Alaska is how their business is set up.

House of Green refers to the way they offers folks their selection of cannabis as “deli style”. This way of providing quality selection allows folks to pick the flower that’s right for them. And, just like a deli counter, one of the expert budtenders at House of Green will weigh it and package it right in front of their customers.

In addition to their unique style of service, House of Green also shines above their competitors by offering top flower of BAM growers located in Alaska. BAM currently provides House of Green with the majority of the flower they offer at the Anchorage dispensary, which is cultivated by Scuba Steve himself.

BAM Alaska was established in 2017 and is quickly gaining a reputation as the premier cultivator in Alaska. With over 35 years of combined cultivation experience, owners “Scuba” Steve Voth and Mike Dillard take pride in the quality of their product.

Voth had this to say, “We focus on boutique-style harvests, which enables them to spend the necessary amount of time on each batch to produce artisan quality flower. Quality over quantity is at the forefront of our cultivation philosophy, we achieved 1st place in the 2017 Cannabis Classic for Best Hybrid with Key Lime Pie.”

Because of the in-house cultivated strains, the Anchorage dispensary is able to provide the freshest and highest quality flower in Alaska. Infact one of BAM has actually won multiple awards.

Recently the Great Alaskan Cannabis Bowl awarded BAM with the award for Best Sativa Flower, for their Quantum Kush Strain.

Aimee Altman of House of Green dispensary in Alaska had this to say about the award winning strain, “Quantum Kush is a phenomenal Sativa train, with lineage of Sweet Irish Kush crossed with Trainwreck. Quantum was pheno hunted in-house by BAM Alaska’s very own Scuba Steve, who’s well known in Alaska for his outstanding cultivation skills.”

More information can be found by visiting https://www.houseofgreenak.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Aimee Altman
Email: Send Email
Organization: House of Green AK
Address: 3105 Minnesota Dr, Anchorage, Alaska 99503, United States
Phone: +1-907-929-3105
Website: https://www.houseofgreenak.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88917785

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