Crop-To-Kitchen Announces High Tea With Kikoko

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I’d say that I know most, if not all of the participants. Too bad that I’m in New Jersey and I cannot easily attend. But this kind of event really couldn’t happen anyplace else. If you live in the Bay Area of California just please try to attend. It’s for a good cause, Crop to Kitchen. I feel strongly about supporting the cannabis universe and through their intrinsic guidance I’ve found meaning to the healing found within. It works for me. I’m a massive fan of controlled dosage long-table dinners. They show what is possible in cuisine at the intersection of cannabis and the ancillary cultural relevance.

Crop-to-Kitchen Announces High Tea with Kikoko

Saturday, June 1, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO

SAN FRANCISCO (May 8, 2019) Crop-to-Kitchen, the SF-based community organization of cannabis and food and beverage professionals working to legalize on-premise consumption of responsibly infused cannabis cuisine announces a special event hosted by Kikoko.  This lovely outdoor High Tea Party at the Naked Kitchen in the SOMA district of San Francisco will feature medicated Kikoko teas and non-medicated fare served at traditional high tea service.

Many cannabis consumers know of Kikoko as the renowned organic cannabis wellness products based in the Bay Area. Their teas and products have been featured in dozens of top tier media outlets including Oprah Magazine, LA Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Forbes and many more.

DATE:                          SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2019

TIME:                          1:00PM — 4:00PM

LOCATION:                  NAKED KITCHEN 945 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110

TICKET PRICE:             $25 per person (21 and older only please.)

TICKETS:                     LINK TK

ATTIRE:                      Modern tea party attire is encouraged

This is a fundraising event. Proceeds will aid the growth and development of the C2K community, build better communications, execute marketing plans and work towards their mission of legalizing cannabis cuisine.

Email us at croptokitchen@gmail.com.  Instagram feed @croptokitchencommunity

About Crop-to-Kitchen

Founded in 2018 by Terrance Alan and Kimberly Belle, the Crop-to-Kitchen community is pioneering efforts in cannabis activism to grow a fellowship of committed chefs, restaurateurs, edibles and drinkable makers, cannabis industry insiders and conscientious consumers. All are interested in leading the effort to bring farm to plate, freshly made-to-order cannabis cuisine to California consumers. They are confident in a world of cross-pollinated communities, which can effectively fight for their rights to create, sell, profit from and enjoy this magnificent plant in its full culinary expression. Guided by their shared values, it is their ambition to create an action plan that starts a movement to normalize and legalize delicious and freshly prepared cannabis based cuisine.

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