Cannabis Drinks to Watch Out For In 2020
2020 is definitely going to be the year for cannabis drinks to shine through. Here’s a rundown of 10 cannabis drinks you should watch out for this year.
The booming cannabis industry has brought up a lot of new products after legalization. One of the most consumer-loved products out there are cannabis infused drinks.
“There is tons of interest in cannabis drinks within the press, and consumers, and just cannabis drinks in general. So, cannabis drinks seem like such a great idea to everyone” said Jeff Maser, Founder & CEO at Tinley Beverages at the first edition of the Cannabis Drinks Expo.
Why, you ask? Well, the answer is simple. Cannabis drinks are a great way to introduce someone into the cannabis world - as due to science and tech, they no longer have the weird after taste they used to. People who aren’t into smoking, or downing an entire edible are those who go for the cannabis drinks. On the other hand, those who have been involved with the cannabis world for years also enjoy a cool canna-bev from time to time, since it’s easy to take around - and well, the kick is good.
2020 is definitely going to be the year of cannabis drinks. So let’s take a look at the cannabis drinks you need to watch out for in 2020.
The Fizz Sparkling Water by Manzanita Naturals
The Fizz comes in five flavors, namely grape, grapefruit, tangerine, strawberry, and lime. Each of the flavors is carefully concocted with 10mg of CO2 extracted cannabis Oil which is infused in sparkling water, natural flavors, and citric acid to give it a tangy taste.
Saka PINK by House of Saka
If you’re someone who is looking for a non-alcoholic, cannabis infused wine, then this is the one for you. House of Saka PINK is handcrafted from grapes grown in select vineyards within California’s iconic Napa Valley. PINK has subtle aromas of red fruit, honeysuckle and spring flora. Pleasing flavors of fresh strawberry, elderflower and pink grapefruit bath the palate followed a bright, citrus finish.
Along with PINK, House of Saka also produces WHITE - another cannabis infused wine of theirs.
CBD Infused Energy Drink by Daytrip Go
Grabbing a spot on our list of cannabis drinks to watch out for in 2020, is a CBD infused energy drink by Daytrip Go. When launched, the question that the brand faced the most was ‘CBD + Energy, don’t they cancel each other out?’. Daytrip Go’s lead formulator went on and explained it by saying “Nope. In fact, the addition of CBD into a natural caffeine beverage prolongs the energy effect with a level more steady feeling, instead of the big spike and then crash of the traditional energy drink”
Along with the CBD Infused Energy drink, Daytrip Go also has a line of CBD infused sparkling water.
Grapefruit Haze by High Style Brewing Co.
Created using a Hefeweizen-inspired recipe, Grapefruit Haze is brewed to provide a fresh citrus flavor. Handcrafted in San Diego using only premium ingredients, High Style’s latest nonalcoholic hazy beverage contains 10mg of fast-acting THC.
High Style Brewing’s non-alcoholic, CBD infused brews are said to be fast-acting and uplifting, and leaves you with no hangover. (Bless!) High Style Brewing also creates two other brews with the same amount of THC, namely - Blood Orange Haze, and Pale Haze.
Sparkling Cranberry Apple Juice by California Dreamin’
The Sparkling Cranberry Apple juice is one of the four flavors in California Dreamins’ line of infused sparkling juices. The sparkling Cranberry Apple juice is balanced with cranberry juice and sweet apple with a dry finish. The brand promotes it to be their take on cider.
Coconut Cask by Tinley Beverages Co.
The Coconut Cask is one of the three classics by Tinley Beverages. The Coconut Cask offers over 8 micro-dose servings of premium Pineapple Jack Sativa, with a fast-onset and full-flower experience. Along with coconut, the other flavors in the line include Almond Cask, and Cinnamon Cask.
Tinley Beverages also offers a line of infused tonics and elixir, which is widely sold. Along with their infused beverages, they also offer a line of non-alcoholic, non-infused classics, which include coconut rum, amaretto, cinnamon whiskey, and coffee liqueur.
Grainwave Belgian Style White Ale by Ceria Brewing
Out of the plethora of cannabis drinks to watch out for in 2020, the belgian style infused white ale by Ceria Brewing is definitely a favorite. It is said to be a refreshing, medium bodied ale brewed with blood-orange peel and coriander and infused with THC. The dealcoholized brew contains 10mg of THC per 12 fl oz.
Along with that, Ceria Brewing also produces another canna-bev, namely Indiewave, which is a take on a flavorful West Coast IPA.
Blood Orange Carda by Cann
The Blood Orange Carda by Cann is one of their three canna-bevs in the line of cbd infused tonics. Blood Orange Carda is carefully concocted with fresh blood oranges from Sicily, along with cardamom, agave, and Californian cannabis extract.
The other two canna-bevs by Cann are Lemon Lavender, and Grapefruit Rosemary. All of Cann’s cannabis beverages are naturally flavored and crafted in California.
Energy by Mood33
Amongst Mood33’s plethora of infused teas is our personal favorite, the Energy - flavored with raspberry lemon and guayusa. It is a triple-powered blend of full-spectrum hemp extract, zesty lemon juice, and natural caffeine from guayusa leaves, green tea and coffee beans to kickstart your day or night.
Mood33 also has 5 other flavors to boost your senses, namely - Joy, Peace, Wellbeing, Passion, and Calm.
Pink Passion by Rebel Coast Winery
Rebel Coast Winery is the first brand to make cannabis infused wine. Pink Passion is their take on a classic rosé. The sweet and slightly sour flavor of the wine is said to go down easy. If you’re looking for a non-alcoholic wine but still want the buzz, then Pink Passion is the one for you.