West End Cannabis Store Puts On The High In A Wonderland Themed High Tea

The West End shop will host a Mad Hatter-themed event this Saturday, with free scones, crumpets, coffee and tea, but no, it won’t be cannabis-infused tea for those who had the hope.

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It appears the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t deterred the business growth of a BC-based cannabis retailer.

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Muse Cannabis is celebrating the belated opening of its West End storefront, which opened in June, with a Wonderland-themed high tea this Saturday, complete with antique teapots and top hats.

As other businesses struggled to stay afloat, Muse opened not one, but four new locations during the pandemic: one in Maple Ridge, two in Vancouver and one in Deep Cove, in addition to their original storefront on South Granville.

“We are really proud of it. We have a very good team, we have a very good entrepreneur and designers,” said Geoff Dear, president of Muse.

Dear said the company’s first location on South Granville opened in May 2019, while its second downtown location on Granville Street began construction in March 2020, just as the pandemic hit. .

“So you can imagine how interesting it was. Just then, Robson Street and South Granville were installing matte black plywood to cover the glass just because nobody knew what was going to happen,” he said.

“It goes without saying that we need to throw a party all the more here at our West End store with everyone clearing the cobwebs and heading back outside and yes we’re really excited .”

The West End shop will host a Mad Hatter-themed event this Saturday, complete with free scones, crumpets, coffee and tea, but no, it won’t be cannabis-infused tea for those who were hoping there is cannabis for sale at the store.

The store will donate 10% of purchases made during the event to local charity Music Heals, which funds music therapy programs in Vancouver for people in hospice care, children in need and others.

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“There’s always been a connection to music and cannabis and it’s a local charity and it seemed like a fantastic fit,” Dear said.

“We have mutual friends who play a big role in Music Heals and it was just a good game from the start. We’ve supported each other tremendously through their events and our events and we want that to continue.

The Muse Cannabis High Tea Party takes place on Saturday, April 9 from noon to 4 p.m. at Muse Cannabis’ West End location at 999 Denman St.

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