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Pink House Dispensary Menu Review - Denver & Colorado Springs Locations

Pink House Dispensary Review

Pink House opened it's first dispensary in 2010.  Like other successful Colorado dispensaries, offering quality cannabis, affordable prices and good customer service have helped Pink House expand, opening several new locations, and grow to be one of the most recognized names in Colorado MMJ.

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Pink House Menu

Pink House has a great selection of marijuana strains and products. Currently the company's in-house production of cannabis, concentrates and marijuana-infused products is among the most impressive in the State (and country).  As such, Pink House sells its marijuana products to other dispensaries in Colorado.  You can read more about the MMJ products manufactured by Pink House below.
Cannabis Buds

Pink House's cannabis cultivation team has been perfecting the genetics of their strains since they began growing in 2008. The dispensary offers its members a wide selection of high-grade indica, sativa and hybrid strains.

Sativa Strains
  • Flo
  • Blue Dream
  • Bruce Banner 3
  • Golden Goat
  • 707 Headband
  • Kizzle
  • Super Silver Haze
  • Charlie Sheen OG

Indica Strains
  • Oaksterdam OG
  • San Fernando Valley OG
  • Mars OG
  • GooChee
  • New York City Diesel
  • Herijuana OG
  • Grape Ape

  • Hashish 
  • Solvent-Less
Infused Products

Pink House's Infused Product's Laboratory Team creates infused products through a process using solvents, butane labeled Butane Hash Oil. Pink House utilizes cutting-edge technologies in the creation of it's marijuana infused products.

Pink House Dispensary Locations:


111. S Madison St.
Denver, CO 80209
303-399-MEDS (6337)


1445 S Pearl St.
Denver, CO 80210
303-733-MEDS (6337) 


2008 Federal
Denver, CO 80211


700 Juanita Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80909


5101 E Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80220

Pink House Dispensaries Map

This map shows the precise location of all the Pink House dispensaries in Denver and Colorado Springs.

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