Acadian Coast Spores!
Comes with 10cc of Acadian Coast spores, an 18g needle to get your spores onto the slides, and an alcohol wipe so you can ensure that your microscope is super clean.
Quite popular over in America, and quite widely available over there in spore form. The actual bit of land called the Acadian Coast is by the Mississippi River in Louisiana, and there were some French settlers up in Canada that got into some bother in a war (this isn’t a history website so if you’d like more details the internet will serve you better than me, I just chat shit and sell spores), got shipped back to France, then convinced by the Spanish to move all the way back over there again but a lot more south and bingo-bango they’re now in Louisiana and they’ve called it the Acadian Coast. Man, life sounds fuckin’ hectic back then, doesn’t it? Acadian later turned into “Cajun” and so this is where Gambit is from!
I’ll confess, I misread it at first and thought it was the Arcadian Coast, all full of lightgun games, shady looking dudes, fruit machines and those goddamn motherfucking crane machines that my kid keeps making me pump money into even though there’s no chance of winning, so I’m actually quite glad. Better to pump money into these, you’ll actually win something. Like a spore syringe! Ooh la la. Arcades are a bit shit nowadays anyway, as much as I love them (grew up in a seaside town in what I would consider the golden age of arcades) it’s all expensive movie license games with awful gameplay. There was a time when Capcom, Namco, and Konami were knocking out hit after hit for the arcades but those days are gone, apart from Arcade Club in Bury (honourable mention to Boneyard in Exeter)!
Ideally, keep these Acadian Coast spores refrigerated, where they will happily last a couple of years. Magic mushroom spores are tough like that – don’t let them freeze though! Failing that, you can keep them in a nice dark cupboard where they’ll be just fine for at least six months. They’re pretty simple to store. You can even use them multiple times, just replace the needle cap back on (don’t remove the needle as that’s one more chance for contaminants to get in there), and the next time you go to use them, heat the needle up with a lighter until it glows red. Simple! You could even put them back into the supplied bag if that’s your jam.
All spore syringes have been produced in the UK using a flowhood in order to make sure that what you see under the microscope is exactly what’s supposed to be there and nothing else – just premium spores!