VANCOUVER — A marijuana aficionado in Colorado has launched a program he hopes will make the title of cannabis “interpener” as familiar as wine sommelier, cheesemonger and chocolatier.
Max Montrose, the 29-year-old president and co-founder of the Trichrome Institute in Denver, said he designed the niche curriculum, which teaches students how to become marijuana experts, after he became fed up with the inconsistent quality and improper naming rampant in the blossoming industry.
“Imagine going to a bar and ordering a stout and being served a Pilsner,” he said. “That’s what’s happening in cannabis right now.”
Montrose defines interpening as the practice of assessing the quality and psychotropic effects of a cannabis flower using only sight and smell.
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