Lifford Cannabis Solutions is hosting Hospitality Sessions monthly seminars in partnership with the Canadian Association of Professional Sommeliers (CAPS) Ontario. Lifford invites members from the hospitality community to attend Terpenes and Terroir to learn more about cannabis legalization. Future seminars will take place on the third Wednesday evening of the month featuring thought leaders in the cannabis space. Terpenes and Terroir will take place next Wednesday, November 21st, and will feature Lifford Wine & Spirits portfolio, along with Haven Street, a premium cannabis brand for the adult-use market in Ontario available in the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS.ca).
This month’s seminar will feature Jamie Evans, founder of The Herb Somm - a cannabis blog and lifestyle brand that is focused on the gourmet side of the cannabis industry. With more than ten years of wine industry experience, Jamie is also a contributor to POPSUGAR, specializing in cannabis recipes and cannabis lifestyle. The Herb Somm has been hosting wine and cannabis pairing dinners in California and has become an international sensation as one of the premier cannabis sommeliers.
Hospitality Sessions: Terpenes & Terroir
November 21st 7-10 PM
Lifford Wine & Spirits (471 Jarvis Street)
About Lifford Cannabis Solutions Inc
Lifford Cannabis Solutions was founded by cannabis advocate Lisa Campbell in order to bring the most premium selections of cannabis to consumers. Lifford assists licensed cannabis companies in getting their products successfully through control boards to retail. A subsidiary of Lifford Wine & Spirits, Lifford Cannabis Solutions brings decades of experience to aid cannabis companies coming to market.
About Jamie Evans, founder of The Herb Somm
Jamie Evans is an educator, host, writer and contributor to POPSUGAR, specializing in lifestyle and cannabis-infused recipes. She developed a love for wine and agriculture while earning her degree in Wine and Viticulture while studying at San Luis Obispo. She also studied enology and viticulture at the University of Adelaide, Australia and the Engineering School of Enology at Changins, Switzerland.