All across Alberta, Spiritleaf is opening new stores and the Argyll location is among the first in Edmonton.
The Alberta-based brand has established itself as an approachable, contemporary source for legal cannabis and already boasts locations in Saskatchewan and Ontario, so expect to see more of this household brand popping up across the country.
The store at Argyll Plaza might be the first of its kind in Edmonton proper (though an outpost in St. Albert is already up and running), but it won’t be the last. The cannabis store will soon be joined by an outlet on Whyte and a downtown location on 109th just north of Jasper.
This location is neatly tucked away in Argyll Plaza, a single complex that houses a perplexing potpourri of local businesses including a hockey arena, an old hotel, and the popular concert venue Union Hall.
Down to earth and welcoming! This cannabis store is fitted out with dark wood panels, sleek glass display cases, and pops of greenery.
On a weekday afternoon, the place is peaceful, even as a constant stream of customers trickle in. A pair of inviting leather armchairs invite customers to sit and stay, meanwhile, the bud bar and product displays offer a chance to browse cannabis products at a relaxed pace.
Staff at this store are enthusiastic about their wares and are on the ground, ready to assist in your product search.
For those that would rather shop solo, find self-serve stations situated throughout the shop where you can browse the menu of cannabis products on tablets.
Products & Pricing
The store sells a fantastic array of dried flower, capsule sprays, oils, pre-rolls, and accessories. The aim is to display one of every product that’s available for sale so that consumers can become familiar with the different brands and product types on the market.
In addition to cannabis, find a thoughtfully curated selection of bongs, pipes, and papers. When it comes to accessories and ancillary items, look forward to fashionable and functional brands such as Jane West, Humble+Fume, Marley Natural, and more.
What You Should Know
If you look younger than 25, make sure to bring your ID in case you get carded. This store is wheelchair accessible, and located in a busy plaza where parking is plentiful and free.