Wonderland Tea Party

Keep up with 420 at The Coffee Joint during the Wonderland Tea Party. Don’t miss out on these edible deals next door at 1136 Yuma and free Tea at The Coffee Joint!
Come in and wish yourself a very happy unbirthday!

When | April 20th | From 3 to 4pm

Where | The Coffee Joint
1130 Yuma ct. Denver, CO 80204

Mezz Pop-Up

Milton “Mezz” Mezzrow was a jazz musician from Chicago who relocated to Harlem in the 1930s. Mezz was the guy with the “plug” in Mexico and became known for having the best flower in Harlem. Mezz was so legendary that his nickname became part of the jazz vernacular meaning “good weed.”

Today Mezz is a cutting-edge lifestyle company leading the next wave of herbal culture. A movement united by the common goal to define our lives through the things we do, say, and create. We are seeking to normalize the use of this power plant and redefine what it means to experience it.

Mezz is crafted for those who want to tune in, not tune out. We invite you to choose your mood and experience the life. #Mezzlife

Paint It Black: The Rolling Stones Day

Here at the Coffee Joint we even have Sympathy For The Devil on The Rolling Stones Day. Even if you Can’t Get No Satisfaction, head on it for Rolling Stones music in the shop and Stones films on the projector in the back. Buy from the dispensary next door and consume for free! Wear in your Rolling Stones gear and get 10% off all glass.

CannaBook Club

The CannaBook Club is for stoners who appreciate the written word. Each month a book, generally related to Cannabis culture, will be assigned, and then the club will meet on the last Monday of the month to consume Cannabis and discuss the book. In honor of Denver’s vote to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms, May’s Book is: The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley In 1952 Aldous Huxley became involved in the now legendary experiment to clinically detail the physiological and psychological effects of the little known drug used by Mexican and Native American elders in religious practices. The drug was Peyote-now commonly know as mescalin. By the standards of the time, Huxley was a hard-working, respected, and reserved intellectual from a highly intelligent, well-know, and eccentric British family. By any standards, the results of the experiment were remarkable. The Doors of Perception and Heaven and Hell detail the practicalities of the experiment and give Huxley’s vivid account of his im-mediate experience and the more prolonged effect upon his sub-sequent thinking and awareness. At first, the reader is drawn in by the sheer naivety and tom-foolery of the proposal but is soon caught in a finely woven net by the juxtaposition of Huxley’s formidable intellect, his remarkable ability to convey the experience in such acute and truthful detail, and his incredible modesty. In 1922 Gertrude Stein famously wrote – A rose is a rose is a rose. In proving her right, Huxley also shows the deeper meaning be-hind the apparently simple verse and goes on to deliver such spectacular accounts of the most everyday objects that the reason for their repeated and continual renderings by all the major artists throughout history suddenly becomes quite clear. For the con-scious and willing reader – a trip to the Guggenheim, the Louvre or the Tate Modern will never be the same again.

You Really Got Me: The Kinks Day

All Day and All of the Night, the Kinks have taken over the Coffee Joint! Stop by the Coffee Joint this Sunny Afternoon to listen to the Kinks albums in the shop and watch the Kinks movies on the projector in the back. Buy from the dispensary next door and consume for free! You can buy grams of shatter that taste just like cherry cola — C-O-L-A Wear your Kinks gear in to get 10% off all glass in the shop!