Good Tide Guava Balanced Hash Rosin Infused Gummies Review

Eric Vlosky
Eric Vlosky
Last updated at
8:20 pm
April 29, 2024
Good Tide Guava Hash Rosin Gummies Packaging Shot
Good Tide
Guava Balanced Cannabis-Infused Gummies
Food Type
Sourced From
Rocky Mountain Cannabis Denver
Milligrams Per Serving
Product Ingredients List
Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Water, Guava Juice Concentrate, Natural Flavoring, Pectin (Pectin, Sodium Citrate), Coconut Oil, Cannabis Extract, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Carnauba Wax, Sunflower Lecithin. Contains: Coconut
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Excellent fruity-guava flavor
Spiriting, happy high
All around solid edible


Good Tide’s Guava Balanced infused gummies sit in the middle of their product line as the hybrid variety but deliver anything but a generic experience. Despite their underwhelming appearance they taste delicious and provide a great, mentally enlivening high. They’re also vegan if that’s a preference point for you but more importantly they’re made with rotating strain specific solventless hash rosin. Of the three different flavors Good Tide makes currently, the Guava variety stands above the others and is worth trying.

Packaging, Scent, & Appearance

The Good Tide gummy line comes in well designed recyclable cardboard tubes that are adorned with a distinctly colorful, beachy-branding. Their “Guava Balance” gummies are infused with hash rosin and come in a few different varieties with rotating strains (indica, hybrid, and sativa) with the Guava SKU in the middle. When you open up the pack, they smell very appetizing as a combo of strongly sweet and generic, tropical fruitiness. The aroma lacks some of the characteristic musk that ripe guava fruits do, but that would be very hard to impart so no points lost there. The gummies are a gorgeous pinkish-red but do look a little misshapen and seem to have not kept their original mold forms all that well, which is perhaps the only thing that doesn’t stack up super well in this review.

Good Tide Guava hash rosin balanced gummies photo

Amount Consumed

I really enjoyed this particular Good Tide product at the 5 milligram dose but always caution readership that my tolerance for infused food products is lower than most. As you’ll see in the effects section, the batch we received has fun effects that are best served in the middle range of the potency spectrum, wherever that happens to lie for you typically. Each candy is supposed to have 10mg of hash rosin and felt consistently dosed across each piece which was a big plus. Getting hot and cold edibles is a downer so knowing what to expect every time after the first sample is a big green checkmark for any cannabis-laden ingestible. 


The flavor of these Guava gummies is excellent and the highlight of the product. The mixture of ripe, sugary candy guava fruit on my tongue yields only the tiniest amount to the hash contained within. If you’ve never tried fresh guava, it’s frequently likened to a zesty cross between strawberries and pears. Given the fact that Colorado is not a place they grow naturally, finding this particular fruit in a high quality variant is not common but is worth seeking out if you’re curious. Unless you only want to eat a different kind of food product for your edibles, I think the vast majority of consumers will really appreciate how they taste.

Guava Balance rosin edible gummies from Good Tide

Texture & Mouthfeel

Good Tide is the solventless spin off brand of the world’s largest edible producer WYLD. The lab employs a pectin-only formulation however so if you’ve enjoyed any of the WYLD line before, they are different in the texture department. As a vegan style product without gelatin, they shear very easily between your teeth, are slightly chewy, but don’t have the bounce or resistance gelatin-forward gummies do (think classic Haribo gummies). They are sanded with fine sugar which is a plus, but as noted before, the shaping process never seemed to have set terribly well so visually they are underwhelming, which is of course an extension of the ingredients and their ratios. 


If you’re eating edibles, chances are the ones you like the most taste good and get you feeling the way you hoped to. While the marketed effects of cannabis products are typically iffy at best across the board, these Guava Balance gummies from Good Tide really do feel nice. I’d put them more heavily into the general sativa side of the venn diagram than middle of the road hybrid, but that probably has more to do with the curious phenotype of the Gorilla Glue hash rosin that was used. They got me going mentally in a big way and are likely to put you in a good mood eating them any time of day. If your brain is like mine and is prone to runaway trains of thought that are hard to put the brakes on, I might not suggest trying these ones later in the evening or night unless your mission is to stay up doing something productive. They’re similar in that regard to the Pineapple gummies Good Tide makes as well. They also contain some solventless terpenes such as beta caryophyllene, humulene, delta limonene, and others in small quantities. The tail end of the high comes down nicely into a chill off ramp that rounds everything out. These Guava gummies are a must try if you like uplifting effects and tasty, fruity flavors.

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