Dialed In Gummies THC + CBD 1:1 Blueberry & Sour Apple Review

Eric Vlosky
Eric Vlosky
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March 24, 2024
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Blueberry Sour Apple THC + CBD 1:1 Rosin Gummies
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Great solventless edibles
20mg of cannabinoids each
Classic Dialed In Qualities


The relatively new Dialed In… Gummies 1:1 THC + CBD rosin gummies are worth checking out and for this review we got the blueberry and sour apple flavors in batch #029. With London Pound Mints making up the THC side of the equation, you’re likely to have fun, stony effects that will set in quickly and keep you elevated. That particular strain is often an indica-dominant hybrid cross of London Pound Cake and Kush Mints, both of which are excellent by themselves but were artfully combined by the legendary Seed Junky Genetics. I liked the sour apple gummies especially, but it’s hard to go wrong with these.

Packaging, Scent, & Appearance

Dialed In Gummies (or Dialed In… Gummies for the particular among us) has been one of the top solventless gummy companies in Colorado for a few years now, and for good reason. Their new 1:1 THC + CBD gummies come in their signature circular tins, but aren’t uniquely branded in the same way all of their other limited edition batches tend to be. The back of the tin has a QR code with batch information, and this one indicates we received some from #029, whose flavors are blueberry and sour apple. Strainwise, this batch was made with London Pound Mints and T1 (the CBD strain side of the equation) solventless rosin. The dominant terpenes they list are caryophyllene, humulene, and limonene, but from a scent perspective when you open the container it fills your nostrils with that simple, mostly artificial but still satisfying sugar-candy aroma. They are only ever so faintly fruity on the nose however. 

The 10 pieces in the jar were pretty uniform in shape with minimal air pockets and are marketed to have 10 milligrams of THC and 10 milligrams of CBD, so 20mg total, in every one. You get 5 of each flavor, so I found the checkered emerald green and dark blue to be a pretty sight. As I note at the end of the review, the test results here seem on the money thankfully (consistency is crucial in edibles in our opinion, unless it’s a gourmet legacy market treat).

Dialed In Gummies Blueberry Sour Apple 1 to 1 THC CBD Gummies

Amount Consumed

As with pretty much all edibles I review, I try them in 2.5mg, 5mg, and 10mg quantities depending on what experience I’m after. Above 10 milligrams I tend to get a little iffy so that’s my personal stopping point – to those who can eat these things like non-medicated candy, you impress me. My optimal dose for these 1:1 blueberry and sour apple rosin gummies ended up being 5 milligrams.


You get two ideally complementary flavors in every Dialed In gummy batch, which in this case there is a clear winner. Dialed In makes their gummies with a mixture of “natural and artificial flavors”, but they definitely are not using pâte de fruit. The sour apple gummies, aka granny or green apple, are delicious. They taste like authentic sour apple-y soft candy with just the right amount of sweetness. When it comes to mostly artificial candy flavors though, everyone tends to have strong preferences about which ones they like and which ones they don’t. The blueberry flavored gummies on the other hand are sweet and do taste ever so slightly of blueberries but are a definitely the weak link in the flavor chain here. Both have a distinctly mild hashy taste too, but I don’t mind that and even if you prefer non-canna flavored edibles, chances are you won’t either. The formulation and ingredients seem identical to their THC-only solventless gummies. I’d give this flavor combination a 6 out of 10 overall.

Texture & Mouthfeel

If you take a close look at the ingredients list, gelatin is the primary texture and thickening agent, with some pectin as well but in a lesser quantity. They’re soft and chewy with the same kind of shear Dialed In offers across the board in their gummies. I like the mixture here and am not terribly particular about exclusively vegan gummies, but if that’s your requirement you’ll have to go with a straight pectin-only product. The main consistency difference between gelatin and pectin is that gelatin delivers a more classically bouncy gummy candy texture, whereas pectin by itself yields a softer, more compressible feeling in your mouth. There’s an entire science behind it in the candy making world based on different metrics that measure elasticity, compression, and other factors using expensive machines. Wild. 


My Friends and colleagues tend to report the same thing in my experience, but rosin edibles set in noticeably quicker than conventional distillate or CO2 oil options. These new 1:1 gummies from Dialed In follow that trend and thankfully do not feel any less potent on account of the CBD. I found the effects to be lighthearted and stony. It reminded me of certain highs that make you feel a little silly or perhaps generous. I happen to cohabitate with a miniature wiener dog and struck up a couple one way conversations with her that of course went nowhere but were enjoyable nonetheless. Her quizzical looks were funnier than usual, so that’s when you know you’re stoned I guess.

This was the first batch of the 1:1 THC + CBD gummies Dialed In is making that I got a chance to sample, so a little more detail than normal here felt necessary. It immediately made me wonder what they’re washing to get the solventless CBD in there too since many of those strains are rarely high ice water hash yielders. It turns out whatever “T1” is is the common thread between many of their batches, with Lifter and a couple other common CBD-heavy varietals also making the rounds. If you love Dialed In Gummies in general, you’re likely to find the new CBD-added ones equally enjoyable. These gummies are perfect for afternoons and evenings where you want to get nice and high. I do suggest hitting the QR code they provide though to know what you’re in for because unlike their THC only line, there are no marketed or stated effects (which can be variable regardless of course). I’m excited to dig into other batches soon so grab a pack the next time you swing through your local shop that carries them.

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