A Cocktail Without the Hangover and High Calories? Experts Think Cannabis-Infused Cocktails Will be Well-Received

Article by Alana Armstrong, Growth Op

CULTURE A cocktail without the hangover and high calories? Experts think cannabis-infused cocktails will be well-received People are looking for alternatives that suit their lifestyles and cannabis drinks might fit the bill By Alana Armstrong Warren Bobrow, known as the Cocktail Whisperer, with his book, Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails & Tonics: The Art of Spirited Drinks and Buzz-Worthy Libations. Photo: hemponair.com True Büch is a Calgary-based kombucha, which will be the basis for Zenabis’ upcoming infused drink. Photo: Handout Action shot of a Tinley cannabis cocktail being shaken up on a rooftop bar. Photo: Jeffrey Maser Drinks writer Sarah Parniak is currently the Canadian brand ambassador for Seedlip Drinks, which offers distilled non-alcoholic spirits. Photo: Samuel Engelking

Cannabis-infused drinks aren’t legal yet, but that doesn’t mean would-be purchasers shouldn’t be prepared. Here’s what four experts have to say in anticipation of the cannabis cocktail quaffing expected in just a few short months.

Now that Canada is legalizing cannabis beverages, the iterations of alcohol-free drinks containing cannabis are manifesting, quickly. Cannabis cocktails are less odoriferous than smoking a joint and can be dressed up to look just like an alcoholic cocktail, making them a refreshing option for social occasions.

The GrowthOp asked a few experts to weigh in on why they believe consumers will be clamouring to try the new bevvies once they become available to Canadian adults, expected this December.

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