Kratom Lounge first opened its doors in 2009. Unfortunately, they were forced to close in 2013 due to a free giveaway gone wrong. The good news is that they were bought out and brought back in 2014, and they’ve been selling their wares ever since.
According to their homepage, the Lounge doesn’t “play Kratom games.” They go on to promise their customers 10 things, including that they never ship and untested product. This sounds good so far, and it also avoids making any grandiose promises.
They sell 33 products, which means they have a very nice selection.
KL offers standardized pricing, which will make the process of buying Kratom much, much easier.
KL shares promo codes on their Twitter page. For example, their current code (late-June 2021) is “SUMMER21,” which will give you 15 percent off.
Despite being around since 2009, KL doesn’t have much of an online presence. It seems that when they went out of business in 2013, they lost what momentum they had. When we looked for reviews about KL, all we found were people asking if they were any good. And those threads were often responded to by people who didn’t like KL’s prices.
We couldn’t find anything about their customer service, either. When we checked KL’s website, we did find a “real reviews” section, but keep in mind that these comments should be taken with a grain of salt.
Before you buy Kratom, you need to determine if a vendor offers a good deal. Kratom Lounge doesn’t have the best prices, but they do appear to have decent products. We wouldn’t recommend them for your daily Kratom, but they might be good for special occasions.
Are you looking for a vendor that will take care of you and also offer you lower prices? Check out The Golden Monk’s Complete List of the Best Kratom Vendors!