The makers of the classic candy bar Oh Henry! are not trolling us.   

In the spirit of legalization, they want Canadians to satisfy their munchies this fall with a limited edition Oh Henry! 

The company announced in April that it would be coming out with a limited edition product this Summer, and now we have the deets. 

The new snack is called "Oh Henry! 4:25" and can already be found in selected stores! The chocolate bar's name is a reference to the munchies wall one hits about five minutes after the smoke show. 

Hershey Canada is clear that this is not a cannabis-infused edible; it's merely a munchies aid. It’ll be one of the first treats for cannabis consumers that has zero cannabis in it. 


Oh Henry! 4:25 Bar Promo from Angela Young on Vimeo.


For the price of an Oh Henry! bar, we barely expect any chocolate. 

Look for Oh Henry! 4:25 bars sparsely distributed to convenience stores and gas stations throughout Canada this summer. 

Hershey Canada has no affiliation to cannabis, but that doesn't mean they haven't brushed up against it in the past. Let's not forget they tried to sue some edibles companies for dressing their products up like Hershey's products. Plus, the ghost of the old Hershey Canada's headquarters in Smith Falls, Ontario is now home to Tweed Farms, a licensed producer owned by cannabis giant, Canopy Growth Corp.


If you did want a medicated knockoff of an Oh Henry! bar, we found this recipe that you can alter with some cannabutter or distillate. 

  Posted: Wednesday, June 13th, 9:55pm 5 months ago
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