Dialed In… Liquid Gummies x Malek’s Dumpster Fire Rosin Simple Syrup Review

Eric Vlosky
Eric Vlosky
Last updated at
12:01 pm
March 25, 2024
Dumpster Fire Liquid Gummies from Dialed In Gummies and Maleks
Dialed In...Liquid
Dumpster Fire Rosin Simple Syrup
Food Type
Simple Syrup
Sourced From
Milligrams Per Serving
Product Ingredients List
Sugar, water, gum acacia, citric acid, cannabis rosin extracted from ice water hash (THC)
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Delicious, stratified flavors
Perfect for top shelf drink mixes
Delightfully chill effects


Dialed In… Liquid Gummies worked their magic with Malek’s material and knocked it out of the park with their Dumpster Fire rosin simple syrup. It tastes delicious, begs to be mixed into sophisticated beverages, and has effects that are easily enjoyable by all. It’s one of those “what’s not to love?” edibles that absolutely reaches an especially rare TerpGuide Headstash designation in its category and is deserving of your attention should you get a chance to pick some up. 

Packaging, Scent, & Appearance

It’s hard not to love the packaging here right off the jump. Dialed In’s line of rosin-infused simple syrups, dubbed “Liquid Gummies”, come in rather exquisite matte glass jars with faux wood caps. The Dumpster Fire we received features a semi-holographic sticker showcasing the product’s collaboration with Malek’s and is comprised of a mixture of three strains to make the rosin used here: Tallymon, Petrol Rainbow, and Garlic Juice #5. Simple syrup by itself is usually only faintly sweet but upon even the first few sniffs its namesake is sort of accurate, in the way super funky GMO crosses can be (note: an actual dumpster full of trash on fire is presumably not a pleasant aroma). It has sharp, savory hashy notes on the nose that are blunted by a bit of that sugary sweetness that the syrup provides while the fruity Tallymon is only detectable ever so slightly at the very end. 

Dialed In Liquid Gummies Dumpster Fire Strain Info

Amount Consumed

Each milky white capful is good for 10 milligrams of THC, so it’s reasonably easy to eyeball your dosage. I’m a bit of an edibles lightweight, so I mainly did quarter and half caps for this review which felt consistent across the container. That leads me to believe the rosin is well homogenized in the syrup from the lab which I appreciate as consistency of dose is a key factor in how TerpGuide evaluates commercially produced edibles. I found the sweet spot to be that 5 milligram half cap for me personally, but if your tolerance for edibles is stout, you’ll want to go up from there, possibly way up. 


I started by taste testing the Dumpster Fire by itself, even though it's really meant to be added to your favorite beverage or food item of choice. I was surprised by how flavorful the syrup actually is after a handful of curious small, unfiltered taste tests. What starts out as a sugar-laden, earthy hashish profile melts into a variety of interesting flavors including chocolate, faint hints of garlic, and something I couldn’t quite identify that perhaps leans towards herbaceous tobacco. It’s really tasty, let me put it that way. It’s the perfect additive to the panoply of savory herb-infused cocktails of the world (with or without alcohol, crossfade beware). It’s also excellent with things like ginger beer or other non-overly sweet options such as sugary sodas or straight fruit juices, which as I discovered tend to override its wonderful flavors.

We came up with a custom cannabis-infused pineapple lemonade cocktail for this one:

  • 1.5oz unfiltered honey
  • Juice of 1 fresh lemon
  • Half or one full capful of Dumpster Fire simple rosin syrup (depending on dosage preference)
  • 1 cup of pineapple juice
  • 1 sprig of lavender


Dialed In Liquid Gummies x Malek's Dumpster Fire

Texture & Mouthfeel

There isn’t a ton to report here as the amount you’d typically consume even by its lonesome is modest at most, but it is authentically syrupy and made from an extremely limited list of ingredients thankfully. It’s barely detectable if at all in terms of texture in a beverage when mixed up properly, but I imagine if you went to the moon on the dosage there’d be a somewhat noticeable thickening of your drink of choice.


I’ve always found that solventless-based edibles hit me faster than their conventional counterparts. This anecdotal rule has proved correct with every Dialed In product I’ve tried, and especially so for their Liquid Gummies. Swift onset aside, the Dumpster Fire just feels good. The collaboration between Dialed in and Malek’s is one made in heaven as we’ve also had the pleasure of enjoying a handful of Malek’s other products, which have ranked very highly. The quality in the experience is evident immediately and it delivers a lovely chill and somewhat distracted but all-smiles kind of high that lasts. If the classic banter one liners in Half Baked had a strain or a SKU, it would be this. It’s ideal for sharing with friends or any kind of lowkey social setting where mental alacrity is not expected. It also definitely gave me a moderate yet manageable case of the munchies every time I enjoyed it. For those who like mixing it up with their edibles, literally or figuratively, and want something primo, the Dumpster Fire has to be acquired the next time it drops in your area. 

Review Bonus: a Half Baked quote worth reliving.

Brian: Lady, seven bucks for a used Kenny Loggins record? I'll give you five.

Record Store Customer: Uh-huh, he autographed it himself.

Brian: All right… (long pause) I'll give you four.


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