The ski resort is home to a handful of dispensaries, but Dalwhinnie Farms, in particular, oozes luxury.
Dalwhinnie Farms originating 160 miles from Aspen at the base of the San Juan Mountains in Ridgway, Colorado. There, the owners turned a 200-acre horse ranch into a cannabis operation, according to the Company Website.
The ranch-turned-farm now houses a 25,000 square foot indoor facility and an equal-sized greenhouse where its cannabis flower is grown.
When it came time to open the company’s flagship store, there was one destination that fit the brand the best – Aspen, Dalwhinnie Farms CEO Brandon Barksdale told Insider.
Barksdale said not only is Aspen home to the brand’s targeted customer base, but Aspen mimics the same beauty of where cannabis is grown.
In the fall of 2020, Dalwhinnie Farms opened its first store in the ski town known for its brick streets lined with designer boutiques, influencers decked out in high-end ski gear and restaurants with hotspot lists. waiting several months.
“When someone walks by our store, the first thing they see are the intricacies, the comfort, the warm leathers,” Barksdale told Insider. “They see a welcoming boutique that is traditional in the Aspen landscape.”
But beyond hot leathers, this is what Dalwhinnie is known for: cannabis.