Washington state has been known as an innovator for many years. Our state is home to many of the most reputable brands in the United States. Microsoft, Starbucks, Boeing, Nordstroms, Costco, and many other companies have grown to become industry leaders that have helped to shape the world we see today. Even in cannabis, the technology, HR procedures, along with many other areas of the industry, have been influenced by major brands.
One of the most exciting trends is branded beverages. From water to champagne, companies believe a beverage experience is vital to connecting with end consumers. In cannabis, there are many different options for drinks infused with marijuana. Sodas, creamers, water, lemonade, sparkling apple cider, these are just a few of the different cannabis drinks you might find. It is incredible to think that thousands of people choose to drink weed.
Cannabis-infused beverages are what I call a non-traditional way of consuming marijuana. Drinks often vary in potency. In Washington, consumers frequently see 10mg, 50mg, and 100mg as the THC dosage options. Stores with larger selections will also typically carry a beverage with a 1:1 ratio of CBD and THC, usually in the 100mg or 50mg range. Some companies even offer beverage mixers that are similar to the squirting bottles offered by ‘Mio” and most major grocery chains.
People that are looking for the “best” drinks should consider asking for a few specific products. The first is the Happy Apple sparkling apple cider. Available in 10, 50, and 100mg options, this is literally the best-tasting drink available. You can heat it up and turn it into a cider, cook with it as an ingredient, or drink it straight. For more information, search Google for some reviews and you’ll see that most people are in love.
The second product is the Zoot Drops line. The small bottle is filled with different blends of flavored cannabis extract. By itself, the flavor is a little too much for me so I always mix it with a Sprite or squirt some into a Slurpee.
The third product that we also highly recommend is the Pearl2O mineral water. This cannabis-infused water can be mixed with any beverage, adding a whole new high-def experience to your drinks. At night, I frequently mix it with tea to help with gastro inflammation and sleep. In the morning, I microdose with a 5mg-size addition to my daily smoothie. I also mix Pearl2O with other beverages because it completely takes on whatever flavor. Cranberry juice along with many other fruit juices are a great option since they typically need to be watered down.
The strength of doses per each beverage is a crucial aspect to utilizing cannabis properly or effectively. Some people are looking to drink 100mg+ while others are looking for a microdose sweet spot. Either way, when it comes to options for drinkable cannabis, we’ve got some solid choices. Visit our menu to get a better idea of what all we offer!