Wally Drops Cannabis Infused hard candy line of edibles come in eleven different flavor combinations. They all seem to be made with a hybrid mix of cannabis, with no indication of Sativa, Indica or any strain names. These are some of the most Jolly Rancher tasting gummies we’ve tried.
There are some with just THC, some with just CBD and some flavors with THC and CBD. Each candy has 10mg of THC per serving, for a total of 100mg THC per package.
The package is a child proof resealable pouch that can be difficult to open if you have limited hand strength or flexibility.
Dosing & Flavor
The smell from the container is a strong supercharged fruit smell. Wally Drops hard candies are made with sugar, corn syrup, water, coconut oil, and THC. For some reason they don’t mention what is used to flavor the candies, but I’m guessing it is artificial flavor based on the taste. Of the edibles we’ve tried, this is the closest one has come to tasting like the strong flavors of a Jolly Rancher candy.
They are hard candies, so not easy to bite through but they do eventually melt in the mouth.
They don’t contain gelatin or other animal products, so it seems they are vegan friendly which is always a cruelty free plus.
They are gluten free, and dairy free, but they do contain coconut so not totally nut free. The gummies are not individually wrapped and need to be cut in half for a 5mg dose or in quarters for a 2.5mg dose. They are hard so it is not easy cutting them in half.
As we always recommend with new edibles, try half of your usual dose before trying a full dose as you never know how strong something will effect you. As everyone is different, it’s important to try a partial dose first to see how you react to new edibles. Not easy with such a hard candy.
Since I am experienced with edibles and my usual dose is 10mg of THC, I began with half of a half of one piece, with 5mg THC. After having only light effects for that trial run, I then moved closer to my usual dose on another day, taking one whole gummy for a total dose of 10mg THC which was fine.
The effects were along the lines of what you’d expect from a dominant Sativa strain with an uplifting and happy effect. Since hybrid formulas can vary widely, you may get different effects with different batches, which is a drawback.