Cannabis Infused Drinks Are Big Trend
The Many Faces of Cannabis Drinks
Welcome to the future of cannabis drinks! The legalization of marijuana is encouraging many people to create their own products like edibles and drinks. Since cannabis is a billion-dollar cannabis industry, it provides a massive incentive to join in the revolution.
Currently, there are multiple ways to consume cannabis. Before, cannabis was mainly smoked using paper or eaten via brownies or Krispy treats. But now, it can be smoked, vaped, eaten and drank.
In this article, we’ll be covering the different variations of cannabis drinks like coffee, tea, juice and wine. And we mention the companies that worked hard to create the best versions of mainstream beverages like The Fairwinds and Dixie Elixirs.
Here are the top rundowns of the marijuana beverage market.
Coffee, Pop, Tonic and Juice Oh My!
- Catapult Coffee Pods
A Keurig compatible coffee pod that has 10 mg of THC and coffee. It was made from a Washington based company. The pods are $10 per piece and currently only available in Washington state. Waking up to the fresh smell of coffee and weed is the new best part of waking up.
- Catapult Hot Cocoa
Not everyone is a coffee drinker and that’s ok. The Fairwinds company created Catapult Hot Cocoa mix. They use all natural ingredients and include 10 mg of THC per serving. Their Hot Cocoa packet comes in a resealable bag. If 10 mg seems too much, pour half to give yourself a 5mg dose and save the rest for later.
- Legal by Mirth Provisions
During a hot summer day, drinking an infused cold tonic is incredibly refreshing. Legal is a line of cannabis-infused cold tonics. Legal comes in a variety of flavors made from locally grown ingredients. These flavors are cherry, lemon ginger and pomegranate. Each tasty tonic is infused with 20 mg of THC. They are priced at $10-$15 per bottle.
- Lift by Dixie Elixirs
Whenever you need a boost of energy to get through the day, try a Lift. This tasty drink is designed to give a boost of energy with the added effect of THC. Within their one shot bottle, Lift is infused with 10 mg of THC. Instead of drinking a redbull, take a shot of Lift instead.
- Canna Cola
Finally, a cannabis infused soda pop. These refreshing fizzy drinks come in a variety of flavors like Orange Kush and Grape Ape. After work kick up your feet and grab a cold one.
But Wait, There’s More
- Cannabis Quencher
In the mood for a lemonade or a strawberry lemonade? Try Cannabis Quencher. It’s made by The Venice Company Cookie Company in Los Angeles. Each bottle is infused with different amounts of THC and CBD.
For example, their Lemonade Cannabis Quencher Sips offer 25 mg of THC. Their Strawberry Lemonade Cannabis Quencher comes with 200 mg of THC. They also offer CBD and THC combinations as well as just CBD options.
- Subtle Tea by The Venice Cookie Company
On a chilly day, sit back and sip on a little green tea. Another product made by The Venice Cookie Company, their tea bags are infused with 40 mg of THC. It tastes like any other green tea, with the added effects of feeling buzzed.
The CannaPunch juice with pump you up because each bottle is infused with 151 mg of THC! This non-carbonated drink is made from all-natural ingredients and is gluten-free and soy-free. It’s also free of corn syrup and made from the highest quality of Colorado cannabis. Tastes like blue raspberry and pineapple mango. Even though its non-carbonated, it will definitely leave you feeling fizzy.
Looking for an all natural drink? Zasp is a cannabis-infused beverage made from organically grown cannabis. It comes in a variety of flavors. These are black-cherry, tangerine, tropical punch and strawberry lemonade. Zasp drinks are now infused with your choice of 30mg, 80mg, 120mg and 240mg amounts of THC.
Cannabis Shots and Wines
- Quigley’s Cannabis Shots
The shot that gets you insta-high. Quigley’s is a product from Colorado. In each 2 fl oz contains 10 mg of THC. The 2 fl oz is sold for $6 each. The 50 mg version costs $15. If you buy the 50 mg version, think of it like drinking a shot of alcohol. You’re not supposed to drink the bottle. You fill up a little cup with your dose, site back and enjoy the long lasting insta-high.
- Know Label
For the wine and weed connoisseur, this one is for you. Know Label is a cannabis infused wine beverage from California. Rock singer and cancer survivor Melissa Etheridge is the creator of Know Label.
Melissa couldn’t smoke or vape, and edibles weren’t her thing. Her cannabis-wine mix seemed to be the next best way for her to consume. Each bottle comes with an expensive price tag ($140 minimum). But the taste and high is worth every penny.
This is what has developed in just a few years of legalization. Just imagine the drinks that people will be able to come up with in the future. I for one am excited to see what the future holds.
Do you have a favorite cannabis drink? Have you tried any from this list? What do you think of cannabis infused drinks? Please leave a comment down below. Thanks for reading.
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