Calyxeum opening Detroit Dispensary on 4/20

Moses Roses Detroit Grand Opening

The Metro Times shares that Calyxeum, a Black women-owned vertical cannabis company will be opening its first dispensary in southwest Detroit this Saturday, April 20th with deals, a live DJ, free food, and comedy:

Detroit-based cannabis cultivator and processor Calyxeum is getting ready to open its first retail dispensary this Saturday, April 20, the biggest day of the year for the cannabis industry.

The company has partnered with Michigan cannabis retailer Moses Roses to unveil Moses Roses Powered By Calyxeum, which will open its doors at 6237 Federal St. in Southwest Detroit with a celebratory grand opening.

Calyxeum is owned and operated by native Detroiters Rebecca Colett and LaToyia Rucker, who have been business partners since launching in 2019. As the company currently operates two cannabis growing facilities — one in Detroit and one in Lansing — plus one processing facility in Lansing, this retail dispensary is the final piece of the puzzle in Calyxeum’s vertical integration plan.

The adult-use store will showcase a diverse array of premium offerings including boutique flowers, Michigan brand gummies, and Calyxeum’s signature dessert gummy line and rosin-infused pre-rolls.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to take this next step in the expansion of our business and building the Calyxeum brand,” Colett, Calyxeum CEO and co-owner of Moses Roses Powered By Calyxeum, said in a press release. “Being a Black woman-owned and operated, vertically-integrated cannabis company in our hometown of Detroit truly means a lot to us and it’s an achievement that we’re very proud of as we help redefine the cannabis experience.”

Read more in the Metro Times & check out their grand opening on the MCT Calendar.