Good Tide Mango Mellow Hash Rosin Infused Gummies Review

Eric Vlosky
Eric Vlosky
Last updated at
2:43 pm
May 5, 2024
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Good Tide
Mango Mellow Hash Rosin Gummies
Food Type
Sourced From
Rocky Mountain Cannabis Denver
Milligrams Per Serving
Product Ingredients List
Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Water, Mango 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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Great mango flavor
Appetizing, sweet aroma
Relaxing indica-leaning effects


Good Tide calls their Mango gummies “mellow” which is accurate in the right kind of way. These solventless Platinum Garlic Cookies hash rosin infused edibles smell faintly of sweet mangos and provide a relaxing, when’s the last time I watched funny cat videos stoney effect. Their flavor is the highlight here as we definitely appreciate brands that go the extra mile to use real fruit juice. If you want a tropical fruit gummy to help you chill out at the end of the day, these confections are a great choice.

Packaging, Scent, & Appearance

It’s hard not to like the beach-themed brand vibe that Good Tide put together for their three part product line in Colorado, the third and final of which we’ve reviewed are their Mango “mellow” gummies. The quality cardboard tube they come in yields a small satchel of sunset orange edibles that are perhaps the best smelling of the trio and whose rather appetizing aroma is simply a sweet, faintly mango fruit candy. As hoped. They’re sanded with fine grain sugar but just like their Guava and Pineapple gummies these are a little misshapen across the batch. I’m not sure if that’s due to a defect in the molding process or something having to do with the formula itself but they aren’t showstopping visually.

Good Tide Mango Hash Rosin infused Gummies Packaging

Amount Consumed

Trigger warning to the heavy hitters out there: when it comes to edibles, I rarely eat more than 10 milligrams at a time and typically prefer 5mg or less, which is how I ended up sampling most of these mango flavored gummies. They’re 10mg each per normal for recreational ingestibles in Colorado, so for me the sweet spot was a half gummy later in the day. If I eat too much sometimes it keeps me awake so if you’re more of a get zonked person, fear not. 


I’ll hand it to the Good Tide lab team for getting the flavor dialed pretty nicely. They’re a tad hashy upfront on my palate but are sweetened well and do have a great, seemingly authentic mango taste. They employ actual mango fruit juice which is a big plus alongside Platinum Garlic Mints hash rosin for an indica-oriented product. Mango tends to be a tropical fruit that most people will enjoy at least in candy form even if it isn’t a go-to in its real, fresh form. Unless you specifically do not like the creamy, floral nature of one of the world’s most popular fruits, chances are you’ll like how they taste. 

Mango hash rosin edibles gummies packaging from Good Tide

Texture & Mouthfeel

Before I eat any edible (or processed food of any kind purchased at a grocery store) I always look at the ingredients. These gummies are vegan and contain only pectin as the setting agent, as well as fruit juice and a variety of other pretty standard candy constituents. All that said, the texture is a bit thick and rather chewy as opposed to your classic gelatin-based gummy. They’re easy to eat and the sugar coating is pleasant but they’re not quite as good as WYLD’s perfectly balanced gummy consistency. In case you were wondering, Good Tide is WYLD’s solventless edible brand, and WYLD is largely reported to be the world’s largest producer of cannabis edibles. The more you know.


Solventless edibles always smack me a little faster than their conventional distillate or CO2 oil made counterparts, as was the case here every time I ate them. They’re billed as the indica, chillout part of the lineup and are noticeably more relaxed in their effects than the Guava Balanced gummies. I found my eyes getting red like the old days and their covers sinking to half mast quickly where they remained for the duration of the high. Actually, I’d characterize it as more stoney, but perhaps that’s a topic for another day when my mental alacrity is higher (read: you’re more likely to want to watch cat videos on YouTube than get through anything serious). The batch COI0007 indicates a healthy complement of beta-caryophyllene, delta-limonene, and alpha-pinene as the top three tested terpenes which certainly adds a more premium motif to the SKU overall. I generally like edibles that help me wind down after busy days, which is the case here completely. If you like tropical fruity edibles that deliver enjoyable indica effects, definitely grab a container of these Good Tide Mango gummies the next time you get a chance.

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