DENVER - You’ve likely heard of a wine sommelier, but what about a cannabis sommelier? It’s a real thing.

They’re people who have learned how to determine different strains of cannabis, which is taught at the Trichome Institute in Denver.

The institute teaches people about pot, and has a class that can help you learn the different types of marijuana -- based on its appearance and smell.

“I decided to start an education and information company that was founded and based in legitimate information,” said Max Montrose, the president of Trichome Institute.

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Jaime Berg ~ 9News.com ~

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