Yes! If you’re looking for high-quality edible products look no further than Fine Fettle!
We offer a wide variety of delicious edibles that can be purchased right from the dispensary. With options like gummies, chocolates and more, there's something here to satisfy everyone's cravings.
Plus, our edibles provide an easy way to consume cannabis without having to smoke it or vape it. So don't hesitate - come on in and check out our selection today!
100% yes! The “one dispensary rule” was removed in CT in 2021. With a medical marijuana card or as a recreational customer, you are more than welcome to go to any dispensary in the state.
Starting January 10, 2023, adults age 21 and over will be able to purchase adult-use cannabis without a medical card by presenting a valid ID.
Absolutely. Edibles are legal in Connecticut, but there is a 5mg per single serving limit in recreational products. The medical limit is 100mg per unit, but we don’t often see many products like that.
Absolutely not! No more one dispensary rule, and if your dispensary tells you, “Yes,” they’re lying! The “one dispensary rule” was removed in CT in 2021. With a medical marijuana card or as a recreational customer, you are more than welcome to go to any dispensary in the state.
Each dispensary is different, but most do not accept credit cards. Cash and debit are widely accepted, plus a few other options such as CanPay. We also have an ATM at all Fine Fettle sites.
Come into our store after seeing your doctor and we will help you! Or, click here for more information.
Yes, we do! You earn 1 point for every $1 spent in our stores. You can then redeem these points for free merchandise, discounted Fine Fettle products, and unique experiences. To participate in the program you can register when joining Fine Fettle and giving us your mobile number, which we add to your customer profile. This automatically enrolls you in the Fine Fettle Rewards Program. For more information on how to enroll, or to access your existing account, click here.
Easy! Here is a step by step process to get your medical marijuana card in CT. Also, lucky for you, there is no more state fee to get your card!
In Connecticut all cannabis is harvested into homogenized batches according to Sec. 21a-421j-30 in the laboratories section of Regulations for State Agencies. A laboratory employee then selects samples from each batch at the production facility to test for microbiological contaminants, mycotoxins, heavy metals, and pesticide chemical residue. These homogenized batches must be stored in a cool, dry, and sterile place until laboratory results come back showing compliance. Laboratories are meant to immediately destroy all samples after testing or research according to 21a-421j-30 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. If a sample fails any microbial test based on the testing regulations set forth by the state of Connecticut the producer must dispose of the entire batch without any sales or production. Failed tests will be recorded by laboratories in accordance to section 21a-421j-30 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies. If the sample passes all of this testing then the entire batch will be released for sale, production, and manufacturing purposes. Producers will always supply lab results when selling product and these results should be on display the entire time that the product is on sale in the establishment, which can also be referenced here: Medical Marijuana Brand Registry.
The Fine Fettle Rewards Program offers an effortless way to earn exciting rewards while you shop. Joining couldn’t be easier – your cell phone number is linked to your Customer Profile and your points are automatically added after each visit. Once you’re enrolled, you earn a point for every dollar you spend before tax! You also receive additional points for referring friends and leaving reviews. As your points accumulate, you’ll have the opportunity to exchange them for merchandise or redeem them for discounted purchases! For more information on how to enroll, or to access your existing account, click here.
The regulations promulgated by the CT DCP state that you may purchase the quantity necessary to treat your qualifying condition. This quantity is determined by your medical marijuana-recommending physician.
You must be 21 years or older to purchase recreational cannabis in Connecticut.
Are you a regular customer at Fine Fettle?
Then you’ll be pleased to hear that there is a loyalty program available!
Each time you make a purchase, points are earned and can be redeemed for discounts on future purchases.
So don't worry about spending too much - the more you buy, the more rewards you get!
With this loyalty program, you'll always have control over your budget while still enjoying all of your favorite cannabis products.
Absolutely! Fine Fettle wants to make sure that all of our cannabis products are bought and used in a safe way.
As such, we have a strict policy in place requiring anyone who wants to purchase from us to be at least 21 years old or older.
We understand the importance of maintaining control over the use of cannabis products for recreational purposes, and this minimum age requirement helps ensure that only those within the legal age range can access our dispensary.
Yes! Patients in Connecticut are no longer required to shop at only one dispensary location! Please follow the checkout agreement instructions when you submit your order online, or call the dispensary directly for further instructions as we’ll need to get some additional information before you purchase.
If you are a CT resident with a medical marijuana card, you can appoint a registered caregiver through the CT Department of Consumer protection using the instructions here.
There are many qualifying conditions to get a medical marijuana card in CT. They are all listed on this website from the Department of Consumer Protection.
Currently in the state of Connecticut, the legal recreational limit is one ounce of flower equivalency per person per day. However, as of today, you can only make a purchase of 7 grams. You can make four purchases in a row to hit the 7 gram legal limit.