One of the greatest accomplishments of the cannabis-infused edibles industry is the advent of weed drinks. These delicious beverages are formulated to provide relief, promote relaxation, and satisfy the taste buds. Below I’ve reviewed three different options that can be found at the local dispensary.
California Dreamin’ is a low dose cannabis-infused sparkling beverage. The label clearly communicates that each 12 oz. bottle equals one standard dose of marijuana (10 mg). They are good for micro-dosing and as a refreshing way to take the edge off on a hot day.
I like the pomegranate flavor the best, but they also come in, cranberry apple, tangerine, and grapefruit. These weed drinks are free of gluten, preservatives, and added sugar.
They’re all tasty and leave you feeling just right so you can enjoy the moment.
Mirth Provisions puts out the Legal Beverages line with five different refreshing, bubbly flavors, each boasting its own strain profile. They claim you can hang with the gods if you drink these. I’ve been drinking them for a while and haven’t met any gods yet, but I do feel ready to meet the gods if that’s my destiny.
These 11.5 oz bottles wear an attractive label that clearly specifies important dose and potency information. This drink will set you back 150 calories, and each bottle is 20 mg of weed drink goodness, so pace yourself, cowboy. The standard dose of THC is 10 mg and since this has 20 mg, you can drink it all at once and hope “the gods” are a friendly bunch. Or drink half, wait an hour, and then drink the other half for a smooth, more predictable ride.
Dixie Elixir is a powerful tonic that packs 100 mg of THC into 8.5 oz. The label clearly states the THC content and I’m glad they call it an elixir. It’s definitely not a beverage, in the sense that you probably wouldn’t want to pop the top and drink the whole thing. Unless being super high is your end game.
I keep a bottle of this in my refrigerator and drink a couple of capfuls (about 12 mg THC) in the evening to relax. I feel like this is more medicinal in taste and texture than the other two weed beverages I’ve reviewed. Kind of like a liquid Jolly Rancher.
Nevertheless, Dixie Elixirs come in five different flavors that are sure to deliver a relaxing euphoria. The cap makes it easy to measure out each dose so you can customize your experience and find your happiest place.
All of these weed drinks are available at the local cannabis dispensaries. If your dispensary doesn’t have what you’re searching for, ask them if they can order it.
When consuming cannabis-infused beverages remember to start low and go slow for the best experience.