The CBD beverage market is expanding more and more each day. With enthusiasts finding ways to masterfully craft delicious drinks made with cannabidiol (CBD), they’re becoming many consumers’ go-to option. And, with so many different options to choose from, this list (in no particular order) of unique CBD beverages offers a glimpse into the approaches for cannabinoid beverages.
Sweet Reason’s hemp-derived CBD-infused sparkling waters aim to help you feel balanced and ready to tackle anything. As a woman, founder Hilary McCain gives one sweet idea behind the brand: “I wanted to create a beverage that I would personally drink all day, every day.” The drinks use CBD isolate at 0.03 mg/ml, or about 10 mg total per bottle.
This CBD drink is designed to chill (and be chilled). Made with hemp-derived CBD, Bimble utilizes only all-natural, domestically-sourced ingredients without the use of preservatives. The carbonated drinks contain 25 mg of broad-spectrum CBD, or 0.07 mg/ml; cannabigerol (CBG) and cannabinol (CBN) were detected in small quantities on their published third-party lab tests.
Cann has crafted a cannabinoid-infused “social” tonic designed to get you feeling buzzed with a low dose of both delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and CBD. The mission is to offer a (much) healthier choice in place of alcohol. Each 8-ounce can has 2 mg of THC and 4 mg of CBD, or roughly 0.03 mg of cannabinoids per ml.
Queen City Hemp
Queen City Hemp full-spectrum CBD seltzer relies on “proprietary emulsification” to improve cannabinoid solubility and absorption. Drinks are made without sugar or artificial flavors and are vegan and gluten free. Twelve-ounce cans are infused with 7 mg hemp extract (5 mg CBD), or approximately 0.02 mg cannabinoids per ml (CBD and several cannabinoids detected in low quantities on their published third-party lab tests).
DayTrip’s CBD sparkling waters utilize “high-frequency energy” to reduce the size of CBD particles, encapsulate them (the type of carrier is not clear), and improve their absorption. Drinks infuse 10 mg CBD into 12-ounce cans for roughly 0.03 CBD mg/ml. However, an energy drink is available that offers 15 mg CBD and 185 mg caffeine.
Eclipse’s CBD-infused sparkling waters feature natural, plant-based ingredients, including 20 mg of GMP-certified CBD isolate. The cans are 16 ounces, so this adds up to about 0.03 mg CBD per ml.
Mad Tasty’s fruity sparkling waters are infused with what they call a “creative” extract. The beverages are made with emulsified broad-spectrum hemp extract from SōRSE. At 20 mg of hemp extract per can, the consumer can expect about 0.06 mg/ml of CBD, which was the only cannabinoid detected on their published third-party lab tests.
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