Amsterdam

Turmoil at Amsterdam Cannabis Cup
 
As you may already know, the Amsterdam Cannabis Cup Expo was forced to alter its original plan at the Melkweg today. 
 
We want everyone to know that we would never have allowed vendors to set up, nor would we have had opened the doors to the Expo without assurances from the Mayor’s office that we were under compliance. 
 
From the onset, we were informed by our lawyers, who were were working with the Mayor’s office, that as long as we remained compliant with local regulations, we would be allowed to proceed. We have strenuously tried to meet those standards and go beyond them.
 
This morning we were informed that if were to proceed with the Cannabis Cup Expo the event would be shut down and all participants would be arrested. In the 26 years of the Cannabis Cup, there has never been any health or safety issues, nor has there been any lawlessness on the part of attendees. 
 
We apologize for the inconvenience and confusion that this extra-legal intervention has caused.
 
We want everyone to know that seminars will continue as scheduled on Monday and Tuesday at the Melkweg. We will announce the location of Wednesday’s and Thursday’s seminars in the next 24 hours. 
 
Concerts and the Cannabis Cup awards show remain scheduled.
 
We still intend to have a terrific Cannabis Cup experience. We’ll be seeing you at the seminars, in the coffeeshops and at the Melkweg concerts.
 
Monday's (November 24) New Schedule
12:30
“Curing and Storing Award-Winning Cannabis” presented by James Loud and Mike Seeds
1:30pm
“Moving from Medical Use to Full Legalization” presented by Keith Stroup
 
2:30pm
“Beginner Grow Tips for Indoor Cultivation: Get Growing Now!” presented by Nico Escondido
 
3:30pm
“Cannabis Cuisine of Your Dreams” presented by Elise McDonough
 
4:30pm
Meet Marc Emery: Canada’s Prince of Pot
 
8pm
Celebrate Mila's 70th birthday! The “Hash Queen of Amsterdam” hosts a night of music and marijuana merriment.
 
Here are the new rules that we must follow:
1) Expo attendees and those working the booths will only be allowed up to 5 grams of personal cannabis or hash.
2) Security will be on hand to search bags and back bags and will confiscate amounts over the 5 grams.
3) Solvent-based cannabis extracts are not legal under Dutch law. You will not be allowed to bring shatter, wax or torches into the Expo.
4) Vendors are not allowed to distribute or share cannabis or cannabis-related products with the attendees. The mayor’s office is strictly enforcing this NO cannabis distribution law -- to smoke at the Expo you will need to bring your own.
 
See you there!
HIGH TIMES 
 

HIGH TIMES returns to Amsterdam for its 27th Cannabis Cup. It’s scheduled during Thanksgiving Week, a five-day celebration of international cannabis products. Each year, the legend of the Cannabis Cup grows as judges return home to share highlights of the event. The Cannabis Cup has always enabled judges to experience true cannabis freely and without worry, regardless of whether they are a medical patient or reside in an area where cannabis is outlawed.


 
Schedule of Events
Doors open at noon for all attendees. 
 
Monday. November 24
12:30
“Curing and Storing Award-Winning Cannabis” presented by James Loud and Mike Seeds
1:30pm
“Moving from Medical Use to Full Legalization” presented by Keith Stroup
 
2:30pm
“Beginner Grow Tips for Indoor Cultivation: Get Growing Now!” presented by Nico Escondido
 
3:30pm
“Cannabis Cuisine of Your Dreams” presented by Elise McDonough
 
4:30pm
Meet Marc Emery: Canada’s Prince of Pot
 
8pm
Celebrate Mila's 70th birthday! The “Hash Queen of Amsterdam” hosts a night of music and marijuana merriment.
 
Tuesday, November 25
1pm
“Grow Like A Pro” featuring live Q & A presented by Nico Escondido
 
2:30pm
"Breeding feminized seeds the BC Bud Depot way"
 
4pm
“The Military-Industrial Complex vs. the Cannabis-Industrial Complex” presented by Soma
 
5:30pm
A live episode of Free Weed From Danny Danko featuring top cultivation expert
 
8pm
The Green Place and Devil’s Harvest Present: Legends of Nectar Party

Featuring Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch of The LOX at the Melkweg

 
Wednesday, November 26
1 pm
“Farm Report: Memories of Alexander and Ann Shulgin” presented by Paul Daley
 
2:30pm
"Stop Wasting Time and Money Preaching to the Choir" presented by Robert Platshorn
 
4pm
“The Greenhouse & Strain Hunters: Creators of Champions” presented by Arjan and Franco
 
5pm
“Twenty Years of the Pollinator” presented by Mila
 
Judges’ Night
Visit Amsterdam’s coffeeeshops and sample the strains entered at the Cannabis Cup!
 
Thursday, November 27
1pm
"The new recreational laws of Colorado" presented by Scott of Rare Dankness
 
2:30pm
“Cali Connection: The High-flying Future” presented by Swerve
 
4pm
“DNA: Creating Champions the DNA Way” presented by Don and Aaron
 
8pm
 The 27th Cannabis Cup Awards ceremony presented at the Melkweg followed by Rebelution and Dirty Heads.
 
Lifetime Achievement Award: Marc Emery
Marc Emery began his cannabis activism in 1990, when he launched a campaign to challenge Canada's 1987 ban on books and magazines about marijuana—in particular, HIGH TIMES magazine. (It also banned bongs, pipes and all smoking devices.) 
By 1995, Emery had achieved that early goal; pot books and magazines were made legal.
 
But Marc is most famous for starting a political, capitalist cannabis movement across Canada. In 1994, he began selling cannabis seeds as a fundraising tool, which allowed him donate $5 million to ballot initiatives, lawsuits against the US federal government, Canadian Supreme Court challenges and a huge array of campaigns. Marc was publisher of Cannabis Culture magazine from 1994 to 2009. He says he was greatly influenced by Ayn Rand and the late Jack Herer. 
He has been arrested 28 times for pot-related offenses, raided 5 times, and has been jailed or imprisoned 23 times. This past August, Marc was released from a US federal prison after serving a 5-year sentence for selling seeds. In a US court, he agreed that he had distributed 3 million seeds to the US from 1995-2005.
 
Marc‘s famous quote is "Plant the Seeds of Freedom, Overgrow the Government." He has lived those words. We salute him for his activism and are honored to present him with the Lester Grinspoon Lifetime Achievement Award.
 
Our 2014 Inductees to the Counterculture Hall of Fame: Sasha and Ann Shulgin
Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin, Ph.D., was a pharmacologist and chemist known for his creation of new psychoactive chemicals. In 1960, Sasha tried mescaline for the first time. 
 
He then experimented with synthesizing chemicals with structures similar to mescaline such as DOM. 
He taught public health at Berkeley and San Francisco General Hospital. Although he didn't invent it, Sasha first synthesized MDMA in 1965; however, he did not try it at that time. 
 
In 1976, the effects of MDMA were described to Sasha by an undergrad at San Francisco State University. Sasha was inspired to cook up a batch of the drug, which he began testing on himself in September of that year. He found the compound to have worthwhile qualities.
 
In 1977 he introduced the material to Leo Zeff, an Oakland psychologist who worked with psychedelics in his therapy practice. Zeff introduced hundreds of therapists to MDMA and word quickly spread outside the therapist community. 
After that, Sasha Shulgin synthesized and self-tested hundreds of psychoactive chemicals, recording his work in five books and more than two hundred papers. 
 
He was a fixture in the psychedelic community, who testified in court, granted frequent interviews and instilled a sense of rational scientific thought into the world of self-experimentation and psychoactive ingestion.
 
Sasha's partner Ann Shulgin also conducted psychedelic therapy sessions with MDMA before it was placed on the US government’s list of banned controlled substances. In her writings, she has stressed the potential of these drugs from a psychoanalytic perspective, as well as their use in combination with hypnotherapy. She often appears as a speaker at conventions, and has continued to advocate the use of psychedelics in therapeutic contexts.
 
Sasha and Ann authored the books Pihkal and Tihkal and contributed to the books Thanatos to Eros: 35 Years of Psychedelic Exploration, Entheogens and the Future of Religion, Ecstasy: The Complete Guide, The Secret Chief Revealed, Higher Wisdom: Eminent Elders Explore the Continuing Impact of Psychedelics, and Manifesting Minds: A Review of Psychedelics in Science, Medicine, Sex, and Spirituality.
 
In April of 2010, Sasha and Ann Shulgin were honored for their lifetime of achievements in the field at the Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century conference in San Jose, CA
On November 17, 2010 Sasha suffered a stroke. Though his recovery went well, he continued to face a variety of age-related health challenges. On June 2nd, 2014, he died at home surrounded by friends and family.
 
On Thursday night, Paul Daley, a long-time colleague of the Shulgins, will represent the couple at the Cannabis Cup Awards.
 
Freedom Fighter of the Year: Robert Platshorn
Robert Platshorn is the author of Black Tuna Diaries. He is America's longest (30 years) imprisoned non-violent marijuana offender. Raised on South St. in downtown Philadelphia, acting ambitions earned him a supporting role in a successful off Broadway play while still in high school. The same skill led to Robert becoming one of America's most famous pitchmen. The late Billy Mays called him a “legend in the pitch business.” He was seen for years on TV, at fairs and shows selling Vita Mix, frozen food knives and gadgets. 
 
At 24, he moved to London to found Dynamic Reading Institutes. Starting with a rented classroom, within three years he had opened fourteen schools in three countries. Upon his return to the US, he started the Ice Cream Factory. Using a unique pushcart that he invented, he became the second largest distributor of Breyers ice cream.
 
In 1975, he moved to Miami, FL to attend law school. At that time, Miami was the center of the Colombian pot trade. Robert turned his business acumen to the mission of smuggling Colombian pot.
Attorney general Griffin Bell named Robert's organization the “Black Tuna Gang” and alleged they were responsible for smuggling most of the marijuana crossing the Florida coast. In 1979, a year after quitting the smuggling business, he was indicted, convicted and sentenced to 64 years in federal prison. He was released in late 2008 after serving almost 30 years in eleven different prisons.
In 2010 he founded The Silver Tour to teach seniors the benefits of medical marijuana. Robert now lives in Florida with his wife Lynne. He works for medical marijuana and was actively collected signatures for this year’s Florida ballot medical marijuana initiative. He has appeared in the media constantly to promote the cause, as well as speaking at universities, concerts, benefits and expos and in the media to promote the cause and tell his story.
 
We are honored to name Robert Platshorn as the HIGH TIMES Freedom Fighter of the Year for 2014!
 
Action Bronson will play Monday night at the Melkweg (Lijnbaansgracht 234a, 1017 PH), and the Dirty Heads and Rebelution will play Thursday night. Here a clip of the Dirty Heads cooking Dixon's Doozies:
 
What is the Amsterdam Cannabis Cup about? 
This year HIGH TIMES will be celebrating its 27th year hosting the Amsterdam Cannabis Cup, where every attendee has the opportunity to vote for their favorite strain and companies who host booths at the week-long Expo outdo each other in their attempts to impress judges. It's a party the likes of which few people have seen. And if there is ever a moment when, as an attendee, you just can't possibly smoke one more joint (come on, it's happened to everybody), look around -- you're in AMSTERDAM! Go see the sights (and they are gorgeous).

Anyway, we thought that the 27th year of HT's Cannabis Cup was the perfect time to map out the past 25 years. Some of the info is missing -- mostly because we don't remember everything -- but most of its there, so enjoy:
 
1988 -- 1st Cannabis Cup
Judges: Three (Steve Hager, Dr. Indoors, photographer)
Entrants: Super Sativa Seed Club, Sensi Seed Club, Nevil’s Seed Bank, Cultivators’ Choice
Winners: Cultivators’ Choice -- Skunk #1
 
1989 -- 2nd Cannabis Cup
Judges: Six
Entrants: Super Sativa Seed Club, Sensi Seed Club, Nevil’s Seed Bank, Cultivators’ Choice
Winners: Nevil’s Seed Bank -- Early Pearl/Skunk #1 x Northern Lights #5/Haze
 
1990 -- 3rd Cannabis Cup
Judges: Included Furry Freak Brothers artists Gilbert Shelton and Paul Mavrides, founders of the Dutch Provo activist movement
Winners: Nevil’s Seed Bank -- Northern Lights #5
Artist: Gilbert Shelton and Paul Mavrides
Memorable moments: first Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Thom Harris
 
1991 -- 4th Cannabis Cup
Judges: Included Simon Vinkenoog and Rodger Belknap
Entrants: Coffeeshops replace seed companies
Winners: Free City - Skunk
 
1992 -- 5th Cannabis Cup
Judges: included Elvy Musikka and Dr. Eric Fromberg
Entrants: return of the seed companies: Sensi Seed Bank, Homegrown Fantasy, Bluebird, others
Winners: Haze x Skunk #1 -- Homegrown Fantasy
Memorable moments: Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Elvy Musikka
 
1993 -- 6th Cannabis Cup
Judges: 50; celebrity judges included Gatewood Galbraith, Jack Herer, Paul Krassner and Sebastian Bach
Entrants: Dutch Passion, NHV, Nirvana and Sensi Seed Bank, 22 coffeeshops
Winners: Sensi Seed Bank -- Haze x Northern Lights #5
Memorable moments: event open to the public for first time; Robin Ludwig creates the first Cannabis Cup trophies, Green House enters for first time; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Gatewood Galbraith
 
1994 -- 7th Cannabis Cup
Judges: 700 judges; celebrity judges included Soma, Chris Conrad, Jack Herer and Enuff Z’Nuff
Entrants: Sensi Seed Bank, Cerebral Seeds, Positronics, 15 coffeeshops
Winners: Sensi Seed Bank -- Jack Herer
Artist: Kenny Scharf
Memorable moments: evening ceremonies move to Melkweg; article about Cup appears in The New York Times Magazine; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Jack Herer
 
1995 -- 8th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Rainbow Family
Judges: 1,500 judges; celebrity judges include Stephen and Ina May Gaskin, Alex and Allyson Grey, Ed Rosenthal and Chef RA
Entrants: 21 coffeeshops; five seed companies, two entries from US, one from Canada, one from Switzerland
Winners: White Widow -- Green House wins four Cups; Sensi Seed Bank wins Seed Company Cup; Bluebird wins the Hash Cup.
Artist: Alex Grey
Memorable moments: event takes on a theme for the first time; Green House wins Cannabis Cup for first time; Morley Safer attends and produces a feature for 60 Minutes
 
1996 -- 9th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Native American
Judges: Celebrity judges include Dennis Peron, Mel Frank, John Trudell, Mila, Felipe Chavez and Eagle Bill.
Winners: White Russian -- De Dampkring (won four Cups total)
Artist: Jeff Wood
 
1997 -- 10th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Reggae / Rasta
Judges: celebrity judges include Rita Marley, Ras Menelik, Rocker T, Robin Ludwig, Mountain Girl, the HIGH TIMES staff
Winners: Peace Maker - De Dampkring; Homegrown Fantasy wins the Seed Company Cup
Memorable moments: Counterculture Hall of Fame is introduced, with Bob Marley becoming the first inductee
 
1998 -- 11th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Jazz
Judges: John Sinclair
Winners: Green House -- Super Silver Haze
Artist: Banks Clayton
Memorable moments: inductions of Louis Armstrong and Mezz Mezzrow into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; De Dampkring pulls out, declaring the event had become too commercial
 
1999 -- 12th Cannabis Cup
Theme: The Beats
Judges: Celebrity judges included Robert Anton Wilson, Carolyn Cassady, John Cassady, Paul Krassner
Winners: Green House -- Super Silver Haze
Artist: Sweetbryar Ludwig
Performers: Fishbone, Culture, Kottonmouth Kings
Memorable moments: Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady, Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs are inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Seed Company Cup is split into two categories (sativa and indica)
 
2000 -- 13th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Goddess
Judges: Cannabis Castaways (HT reality show stars chosen by Steve Hager)
Winners: Blueberry from the Noon; Kali Mist from Serious Seeds for sativa and Blueberry from Dutch Passion for indica.
Artist: Steve Marcus
Performers: Patti Smith, Upright Citizens Brigade, Jefferson Starship, Galactic
Memorable moments: Ina May Gaskin becomes the first living inductee into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Cannabis Cup is decided by six Cannabis Castaways instead of public judges; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Keith Stroup
 
2001 -- 14th Cannabis Cup
Winners: Barney’s Breakfast Bar -- Sweet Tooth
Performers: 311, Steel Pulse
Memorable moments: Paul Krassner is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; event scaled down due to 9/11 tragedy; Barney’s wins Cup for first time; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Vivian McPeak
 
2002 -- 15th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Peace
Winners: Barney’s -- Morning Glory; Mother’s Finest from Sensi Seed Bank won the Sativa; Hog from THSeeds won the Indica.
Performers: Fishbone, Steel Pulse
Memorable moments: Bob Dylan and Joan Baez inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Cup founder Steve Hager is arrested for possessing too much pot; first Cannabis Cup DVD is released
 
2003 -- 16th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Conspiracy
Winners: Hawaiian Snow - Green House; White Haze from White Label Seeds won the Sativa; and MK-ULTRA from THSeeds won the Indica. :
Performers: George Clinton
Memorable moments: Jack Herer is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Mike and Valerie Corral
 
2004 -- 17th Cannabis Cup
Winners: Barney’s - Amnesia Haze
Artist: Jeff Wood
Memorable moments: Stephen Gaskin inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Freedom Fighter of the Year given to Eddy Lepp; Canadian seed companies (Reeferman Seeds and BC Bud Depot) enter for first time and win Indica and Sativa Cups
 
2005 -- 18th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Native American
Winners: Barney’s -- Willie Nelson; The Indica Cup was won by Lavender from Soma Seeds, and DNA took the Sativa Cup with Martian Mean Green.
Artist: Jeff Wood
Performers: Patti Smith, John Trudell
Memorable moments: John Trudell is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Alex White Plume is named Freedom Fighter of the Year
 
2006 -- 19th Cannabis Cup
Winners: Green House - Arjan’s Ultra Haze #1; Kiwi Seeds won the Sativa Cup with Mako Haze, Big Buddha Seeds won the Indica Cup with Big Buddha Cheese.
Artist: Alex Grey
Performers: Kottonmouth Kings and Muck Sticky
Memorable moments: Garrick Beck and Barry “Plunker” Adams are inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Bobby Black arrested for distributing weed; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Richard Lee
 
2007—20th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Comedy
Judges: Tommy Chong
Winners: G-13 Haze -- Barney’s wins Cannabis Cup, Hash Cup and Nederhash Cup; The Sativa Cup was won by Apothecary Seed's Kia Kush, while the Indica Cup was won by Amnesia Seed's Top Dog.
Artist: Jeff Wood
Performers: Tommy Chong, Redman, Moe, Pyrx
Memorable moments: Expo, Opening Ceremonies and Awards Show all moved to the PowerZone; 20th anniversary DVD is released; a tarot deck featuring the High Times staff and Cup celebs; Cheech and Chong inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Tommy Chong
 
2008 -- 21st Cannabis Cup
Winners: Super Lemon Haze -- Green House
Performers: Andrew Tosh, Kimani Marley, Cenci Wailer
Memorable moments: Peter Tosh is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame;
 
2009 -- 22nd Cannabis Cup
Theme: Smugglers
Winners: Super Lemon Haze -- Green House
Artist: Steve Marcus
Performers: Slightly Stoopid, Dilated Peoples, Easy Star All-Stars, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jefferson Starship, David Peel
Memorable moments: HT founder Tom Forcade is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Rick Simpson
 
2010 -- 23rd Cannabis Cup
Theme: Hip-Hop
Winners: Tangerine Dream -- Barney’s
Artist: Dome
Performers: Kid Cudi, Dilated Peoples, Devin the Dude, DJ Muggs, Del the Funky Homosapien, Curren$y
Memorable moments: Coke LaRock is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame
 
2011 -- 24th Cannabis Cup
Theme: Psychedelic
Judges: Michael and Carol Randall, Travis Ashbrook of the Brotherhood of Eternal Love
Winners: Liberty Haze -- Barney’s
Artist: Punchgut
Performers: B-Real, B.O.B, Winstrong, Dilated Peoples, DJ Logic
Memorable moments: Expo moves to new venue Borchland and is raided by Dutch police; Debbie Goldsberry is named Freedom Fighter of the Year; “Farmer” John Griggs is inducted into the Counterculture Hall of Fame; Freedom Fighter of the Year award given to Debby Goldsberry
 
2012 -- 25th Cannabis Cup
Winners: Green House -- Flower Bomb Kush
Artist: Billy Perkins
Performers: Ghostface Killa, MF Doom, Styles P, Fun Loving Criminals
 
2013 -- 25th Cannabis Cup
Gold Coast Collection -- Whitewalker OG
Artist: Billy Perkins
Performers: The Wailers, Marlon Asher, Smif-n-Wessun, Cam'ron, Killer Mike, El-P
Check out all the 2013 Cannabis Cup Winners!

 

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FAQ

 

Where can I find information on Travel Packages to this year's Cannabis Cup?
A great place to start is our Travel Partner CS TRAVEL. They have full packages with lots of hotel choices and airfare included.

Where will this event take place?
The location of the event will be announced shortly.

What are the dates for this year’s Cannabis Cup?
The HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup is always held in Amsterdam during the week of Thanksgiving. The 27th Cannabis Cup will be held from November 23-27, 2014.

When will Cannabis Cup judge’s passes go on sale?
Judge’s passes are on sale NOW!!!

How can I buy a 2014 Cannabis Cup judge’s pass?
CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR PASS NOW!

How much are the 2014 Cannabis Cup judge’s passes?
Passes are available for $269.00

Can I buy a Cannabis Cup judge’s pass at the event?
Yes, you may buy a Cannabis Cup judge’s pass at the door. EUROS ONLY. NO CREDIT CARDS PLEASE.

I bought a Cannabis Cup judge’s pass, when are you going to mail it to me?
Once your payment is processed YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION FOR YOUR ORDER. IN YOUR EMAIL CONFIRMATION, YOU WILL RECEIVE A PRINTABLE TICKET WITH A BAR CODE. PLEASE PRINT AND BRING THIS TICKET WITH YOU TO THE EVENT OR HAVE IT ON YOUR SMARTPHONE.

Are the Cannabis Cup judge’s passes refundable?
No, but they are transferable and may be re-sold to someone else if you are unable to attend. When transferring or re-selling a ticket all you have to do is give the ticket to person attending. No need to contact HIGH TIMES or Event Brite.

Do I get free weed with my judges pass?
No. You must purchase samples at the coffeeshops, although some shops have booths at the expo, and some of these booths give free samples, usually in vapor bags.

What does the judges’ pass entitle me to?
The judges pass includes admission to all ceremonies, concerts, seminars and the expo for four days, an event t-shirt and program guide, free bus tours to and from the expo, and the right to vote.

Is the Cup wheelchair-friendly?
Many shops are wheelchair friendly and the main floor of the expo is accessible by wheelchair. We have many wheelchair participants every year and welcome your participation.

I can’t afford the pass. Can I still attend the event?
Yes. You can buy single ticket admission to the expo only for 50 euro — these day passes are not available in advance.

I’m planning a vacation to Amsterdam next year. I would like to acquire a book and/or information on the city. Do you have anything like that?
You can get a lot of free info online by searching “Amsterdam Hotels”; “Amsterdam Travel Guide”; and “Amsterdam Coffeeshops”.

CONTACT

Interested in buying a booth, sponsoring, or entering the HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup? Contact us here:
Email: cannabiscup@hightimes.com
Phone: 212-387-0500

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