Marijuana-infused food in the Samich truck
- Geryn Angel, MagicalButter's CEO, says he hopes to have trucks in other cities such as San Diego, Tampa, and Toronto. He also wants to create an app that will let customers know when the truck is rolling nearby.
- The Samich truck made its first appearance at the US Cannabis Cup in Denver on the 20th of April. In a twist of inappropriate irony, the drug-selling truck itself is a converted schoolbus.
- MagicalButter's grilled cheese sandwich comes with tomato soup and a sizeable hit of THC. The company makes its food by extracting elements from cannabis plants in its own MB2 botanical extractor.
- The truck's signature "Samich" sandwich is built with nut butter, jelly, and banana. MagicalButter says its chefs offer four-star food — the jelly in the Samich is "a trinity jam," made with blueberries, raspberries, pomegranates, and, of course, lashings of chronic.
- The truck offers barbecue and pulled pork fillings for its sandwiches, in addition to a turkey and stuffing option served on cornbread. This latter concoction is known as the "Danks-giving," a pun presumably dreamed up while high.
- Pulling rectangular green cardboard masks on and climbing on top of a pink van seems like a cruel trick to play on potentially paranoid customers.