Make a decadent blood orange and cream THC drink

Oct 19, 2023The nama Team
Make a decadent blood orange and cream THC drink

Ditch the booze and say hello to the perfect alcohol replacement drink.

Our blood orange and cream cannabis mocktail serves only uplifting feel-good vibes. We’ll show you how to make it (super easy!). 

All of our cannabis-infused drinks contain low doses of THC and CBD for that perfect mellow buzz. Order our THC drinks and enrich your favorite beverages

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What is a THC drink?

THC drinks, also called wee drinks or cannabis-infused beverages, contain small amounts of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta 9 THC). They are convenient, fun, and offer precise dosing of the THC content. Plus, you’ll get addicted to the art of craft mocktails: both the preparing and sipping of them. 

We do love a tall glass of our favorite drink slightly buzzed, but sometimes we’re up for an even more convenient way to microdose cannabis. Our THC gummies are another safe and precise way of ingesting small amounts of Delta 9 and CBD without the overwhelming side effects that come with taking too much. 

THC can have psychoactive properties, but only when taken in higher amounts. Our low-dose edibles and drinks contain carefully measured, precision-balanced ratios of THC and CBD, which allow you to reap the therapeutic benefits of cannabis without the intense “high.”

If you’re new to microdosing, our Relax Plus gummies are the perfect introduction to the mellow world of low-dose cannabis. Each gummy contains 25 mg of soothing CBD coupled with just 5 mg of THC for a mildly euphoric buzz. Pop one of these refreshing gummies after work to ease away stress and transition into a serene evening. 

What exactly is cannabis-infused blood orange and cream?

Blood orange and cream is our signature mocktail that’ll send your taste buds on a tropical vacation. It combines the zesty sweetness of fresh blood oranges and the creaminess of coconut milk. 

The rich, velvety coconut milk has a subtle sweet creaminess that complements the acidity of blood oranges perfectly. Blood orange cocktails are packed with vivid, lively citrus flavor which is exactly why this zinger is one of our top favorite THC-infused beverages. 

To make things more fun, we added soda water to bring out the bubbles in every sip. 

We’re not into hangovers, so we like a splash of Buzz Drops in our blood-orange creamsicle. Just a couple of drops of our cannabis liquid mix in this tropical sipper seamlessly. The mellow relaxation creeps in slowly, kind of like a breeze through the palm trees. 

If straight-up mocktails aren't your thing but you still crave the sweet tang of a blood orange drink with a kick of THC, our Energy gummies are the perfect replacement. They contain only 2.5 milligrams of THC per gummy for a hint of euphoria. 

Or you can mix and match. THC drinks and edibles are both amazing ways to microdose cannabis. Sip on a glass of our THC-infused blood orange and cream mocktail when you want refreshment with a quick cannabis lift, but for longer-lasting effects, pop a few of the irresistible gummies. 

How do I make the best blood orange and cream mocktail?

We’ve kept you in suspense long enough. Here’s our delicious recipe for a blood orange and cream mocktail. 

You will need:

  • 1 blood orange
  • ½ ounces of simple syrup
  • 2 ounces of coconut milk
  • Soda water
  • Ice
  • 1 full dropper of our Buzz drops

Make this simple cocktail by following these steps. 

  1. Start by slicing your fresh blood orange in half. Juice half of it and slice the remaining. 
  2. Shake the blood orange juice with simple syrup, coconut milk, Buzz drops, and ice until smooth and creamy. 
  3. Place the remaining orange slices along the sides of your cocktail glass. 
  4. Fill your glass with ice. 
  5. Strain your mocktail mixture on top.
  6. Top with soda or sparkling water and serve. 

And that’s it! Did you think you’d need a degree in mixology to make this tasty cannabis treat?

If you enjoy creamy dreamy mocktails like this one, our non-alcoholic pumpkin cream recipe will blow your socks off. 

Explore more easy-peasy cocktail recipes infused with THC.

Tips for extra enjoyment

Our blood orange and cream drink may be super simple to whip up, but it packs a punch of flavor and euphoria that will wow your guests. Follow these tips and tricks to maximize enjoyment and create an unforgettable cannabis-infused drink.

  • You can replace soda water with anything else bubbly and refreshing. Sparkling water, tonic water, and even ginger ale are all great replacements. The key is to use something bubbly to provide effervescence and lift this delicious drink in place of the soda water. 
  • If you’re staying away from frosty drinks, you can replace the ice in the cocktail shaker with extra cold blood orange juice. Replace the ice in the glass with a chilled glass.
  • You don’t have to use an actual cocktail glass. A regular, tall, old-fashioned glass will do the trick.
  • Instead of cutting your blood oranges in thin slices, try wedges. One or two wedges of blood orange will not look as appealing as slices against your chilled glass, but they do contain more of that fresh blood orange juice that will be released slowly into your drink. 
  • In case you’re in dire need of this zesty and creamy beverage but you’re low on blood oranges, don’t sweat. Regular oranges will do the trick. But if you’re anything like us, you’d keep lots of blood oranges stashed away in the fridge for whenever that craving hits.
  • Try adding more spice to this cannabis mocktail. We heard that cinnamon syrup could give this sipper a festive touch. 
  • Feel free to experiment with flavors and add your own personal touch. 

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Why should I drink my THC?

Through the miracle of nano-emulsification, we've created a water-friendly cannabis extract that blends perfectly into your fave juices, lemonades, and teas. Our Buzz drops unleash the legendary health benefits of the cannabis plant in an easy, discreet form.

So here’s why you should start microdosing cannabis with our THC drinks:

Our THC Buzz Drops are a great example of a full-spectrum CBD product where all the components work synergistically to amplify the effects. Experience the advantages of the balanced euphoria from THC combined with the pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD

Our Euphoria gummies unleash sweet strawberry bliss while balancing 10mg THC with 10mg CBD for a floaty yet focused buzz. These flavorful full-spectrum treats provide a gentle escape from stress.

Read our complete guide to the health benefits of microdosing cannabis for a deeper dive. From cancer to mood to neurogenesis, there are a lot of reasons to regularly take small amounts of THC and CBD.

Do the effects take long to kick in?

One thing we LOVE about our THC drinks is that they have a much faster onset of effects compared to edibles. Drinkable cannabis is not ingested like gummies. It enters the bloodstream directly through the soft tissues in the mouth and throat, hence the quicker onset. 

The effects of a THC beverage will kick in within 10–20 minutes of sipping, and that’s exactly the type of fast-acting feel-good vibes you want to keep the party going.

How long will a THC drink keep me buzzed?

The cannabis compounds from our liquid cannabis drops get absorbed into the bloodstream fairly quickly after finishing your drink. They’re not fully digested like the gummies, though, so the effects of THC drinks typically have a tad shorter duration of effects. But they will last anywhere between two and six hours.

This means only one delicious blood and orange canna-infused drink will keep you uplifted and pleasantly buzzed for hours.

The effects of THC beverages and their duration can depend on a few factors including:

  • THC concentration in the drink 
  • Serving size 
  • Your stomach's content
  • Your metabolism 
  • Your tolerance to cannabis

Are THC drinks legal?

Delta 9 THC is legal on a federal level, provided the products containing it are compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill. For Farm Bill compliance, a product must meet the following criteria:

1. The Delta 9 THC must be derived from the hemp plant, not marijuana. (Find out what makes hemp different from marijuana.)

2. The THC product cannot contain more than 0.3% of Delta 9 THC by dry weight.

By following the Farm Bill’s criteria, we made our cannabis-infused drinks legal at the federal level across the US. 

However, not all states have adopted these criteria into their own legislation. Here’s a complete list of US states in which Delta 9 THC can be legally purchased

All our cannabis products are federally legal to purchase, so what are you waiting for? Order today and unlock a life of relaxation, relief, and euphoria. You deserve it.

THC drinks FAQ

Blood oranges have a unique and tangy flavor that can be complemented with so many other flavors. 

  • They go wonderfully with citrusy notes like fresh lime juice and lemon juice, which enhance their zesty goodness. The combination of blood orange and freshly squeezed lime juice creates a tangy and invigorating synergy, perfect for all types of citrusy cocktails. Whether you’re making blood orange and cream, blood orange margarita, or a simple blood orange soda, the fresh juice of lime will add that extra flavor you’re looking for.
  • You can also experiment with fruity flavors like pineapple juice or
  • Coconut milk or coconut water complements the tart citrus with creamy, tropical flavors. In fact, anything creamy goes: heavy cream, a cup of milk, and even a touch of vanilla vodka. But since we’re trying to replace alcohol to have more fun and fewer side effects, we would definitely add a few drops of our liquid THC.
  • If you're feeling adventurous, a hint of aromatic bitters can bring complexity to your concoction.

The possibilities are endless, so get creative and find your perfect flavor combination to elevate these beautiful blood oranges.

Blood orange and coconut make a dreamy pair. The sweet creaminess of coconut and the vibrant, slightly tart taste of blood oranges create a harmonious blend in cocktails. You can use coconut milk to add a rich and velvety texture and elevate the tangy punch of blood orange juice. This combination is perfect for making a tropical vacation in a glass.

Blood orange and pineapple are a match made in cocktail heaven. The tangy and slightly bitter notes of blood orange beautifully balance the sweet and tropical flavors of pineapple juice. Together, they create a refreshing and vibrant combination that's perfect for a sunny day by the beach or anytime you want a taste of the tropics.

You can substitute heavy cream for coconut milk in your blood orange cocktails. It will give your drink a richer and creamier texture.

The effects of THC drinks are different for everyone and depend on factors such as the THC concentration, method of cannabis consumption, and dosage. 

Common effects include euphoria, relaxation, and improved mood.

Rare side effects of THC (usually at much higher doses than those contained in our products) include dizziness, increased anxiety, or paranoia. 

Avoid taking high doses of THC or other cannabis compounds. It’s always a good idea to microdose with our low-dose THC gummies or THC-infused drinks. 

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