If you’re looking for a refreshing alternative to that soda in the grocery shelf, then you don’t have to wait any longer. Barring the passing of a law or a natural disaster, then a new line of soda is ready to hit the medical-dispensary shelves – marijuana-laced sodas.
Who would’ve thought that the hit Four Loco drink couldn’t be topped? Now here’s a product that will surely blow our minds away. The marijuana soda is the brain-child of designer Clay Butler, who is also the owner of a beverage company in Soquel, California. While his is not the first company to market marijuana-based beverages, this could pretty much be the first to market it in a different way.
Even the flavors evoke images of a fun, vibrant, and lively drinking experience. Carrying labels such as Canna Cola (the flagship brand), the line also carries a Doctor Pepper alternative called Doc Weed, lemon-lime flavored Sour Diesel, a grape-tasting Grape Ape, and the usual orange-flavored Orange Kush.
These beverages will be sold in medical-dispensary stores beginning this February, and will be priced at $10 to $15 per can. It also boasts of having 35 to 65 milligrams of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. This is considered much milder than the regular brands currently sold. Initially, this will be sold in the Colorado area, but the makers are hoping to get it into California this spring.