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Since recreational cannabis was legalized in Oregon in 2014, a lot of shops have flowered and bloomed around Portland.


Cannabliss’s flagship Southeast Portland store—a 1913 firehouse with huge white doors, original brick, an old alarm bell, even a brass fire pole—was Oregon’s first medical marijuana dispensary. Since opening their Firestation 23 shop, Cannabliss now has five stores, with locations in Eugene and Springfield. 1917 SE 7th Ave

Cannabliss & Co.

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Founder and CEO

A fourth-generation Texan, Christine Smith built her first bonafide village on the family ranch at age 10—a prelude to her degree in architectural design at the Univ. of Texas Austin, studies in Denmark and quest to form thriving communities on small footprints.

our seed-to-sale ecology

Love for the Earth and its provisions. Love for the people we work with. Love for the quality ingredients we source. Care in each product we make. It’s the only way for us to make honest, fine chocolates with rich, nuanced flavors.

We are Grön, one of Oregon’s largest producers of cannabis-infused edibles. Our passionate team of chocolatiers, confectioners and support staff come from all over the world and every walk of life, joining together to create something beautifully delicious for you. Our ingredients are organic, single-origin, Fair Trade Certified, and locally sourced whenever possible. We’re happy to make others happy and to make a positive difference in this world, one bite at a time.

christine smith

We’re committed to fairness, sustainability, minimal environmental impact and enhancing communities. Aside from using only hand-harvested, Fair Trade cacao beans, our toppings and chocolate inclusions are locally sourced, organic, and provided by local partners.