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For Coop Briody and Tiffany Metz, partners and co-owners of Coyote and Toad’s Garden, a small grow in Skagway, finding a business name meant reaching back to their respective childhood nicknames.
“Titty Sprinkles” grown by Bristol Bay Bud Company and sold at the Machen location of Green Degree. Titty Sprinkles has a strong, herbal aroma with hints of pine and coffee in the background. Titty Sprinkles is a hybrid strain, which is a cross between Grease Monkey and Purple Punch. I recently went on a trip to Kodiak Island, and brought Titty Sprinkles in my backpack, it was a perfect uplifting, relaxing and mind numbing strain for hiking and experiencing nature. I enjoyed this strain and got a kick out of the name! Nice bud as usual, Bristol Bay Bud Company.
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