Indiva Life is one of Indiva’s many edible subsidiaries. If you’re not familiar with them, Indiva is one of Canada’s largest edible producers, with many brands, such as Wana and Bhang, under their header.
Their newest product is the Vanilla Double Stuffed Chocolate Cookie which gives you an infused bite of nostalgia at 10 mg of THC due to its appearance similar to an Oreo. It would be very nice if this product were as good as they make it out to be due to the lack of good old fashion edible baked goods on the market.
Let’s see how this cookie compares to Slowride Bakery’s Cookie or the Cocoa Biscuit from THC Kiss.
Check our review, rating and photos below.
After cutting open the package, I was a bit surprised to find there was little to no smell. Upon sniffing the inside of the bag I could detect a very faint hint of a chocolate cookie with a lingering sweet vanilla.
This edible came in a blue Mylar bag with the product name, THC and CBD contents printed on the front along with the ingredients printed on the back. The cookie looked like a regular Oreo or rather a knockoff due to the missing ‘Oreo’ in the middle of the chocolate biscuit.
The chocolate biscuit was delicious. It wasn’t stale like it had been sitting in the packaging for a long time but it still had the firmness you want with this type of edible. Plus the stuffing had a very delicious vanilla flavour with very little aftertaste. As with any cookie, you have to see if it’s paired well with milk. So after pouring a glass of milk and doing a dip test, it passed with flying colours as the chocolate biscuit got softer and the added milk enhanced the vanilla flavouring even more.
My bag was labelled lot number ILC013 with a packaged date of September 14, 2022. It contained 10 mg of THC and only cost $3.58. In terms of the effect, it gave me a very energizing but mild body high. The cookie was delicious, but I highly suggest having it with a glass of milk or substitute as it just adds to the experience. I enjoyed these more than Olli’s Lemon Poppyseed Cakes and given the fact the price is currently under $4 per cookie, I’d recommend giving them a try.