Enjoy our tasty cannabis avocado mojito recipe

Feb 02, 2024The nama Team
Enjoy our tasty cannabis avocado mojito recipe

Are you tired of booze-filled beverages that leave you sluggish and hungover? Ditch the alcohol and take a sip of one of our best alcohol replacement drinks—a creamy avocado mojito with a dash of cannabis.

This clever mocktail is infused with small amounts of THC and CBD through our specially formulated THC Buzz drops. Only 2.2 mg of THC will give you a mellow buzz without the next-day hangover.

Learn more about why our low-dose THC drinks are the future of feel-good vibes.

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What is a cannabis-infused drink?

THC drinks, also called weed drinks or cannabis-infused beverages, contain small amounts of Delta 9 THC and cannabidiol (CBD). They are convenient, fun, and offer precise dosing. There’s nothing easier—and tastier—than mixing up a cannabis craft mocktail

Low-dose THC drinks are much safer and healthier than alcohol. They’re great for sipping at a party or after a long day at work. They contain small amounts of cannabis, so our weed drinks and edibles don’t have the overwhelming side effects that come with taking too much. 

Another great way to indulge in the benefits of cannabis with none of the drawbacks of an intense “high” is with our THC edibles. If you’re new to microdosing, our Relax Plus gummies are a terrific introduction to the mellow world of low-dose cannabis. 

What ingredients go into a cannabis avocado mojito mocktail?

Our cannabis-laced avocado mojito is a delightful mocktail that's not only easy to make but also incredibly soothing. With just a few minutes of prep time, you'll be sipping on this creamy, vegan treat in no time. 

This simple-ingredient mocktail packs a punch of flavor and relaxation: the creaminess of avocado, the freshness of mint leaves, and the zing of lime juice, all sweetened with a touch of simple syrup. Let’s not forget about our low-dose Buzz drops that make this mocktail a banger. 

Here’s what you’ll need to make it:

  • ½ small avocado, cubed
  • 4 fresh mint leaves
  • ¾ ounces of fresh lime juice
  • ½ ounce of simple syrup
  • 1 dropper of Buzz drops (2.2 mg of THC and 2.9 mg of CBD)
  • Ice

With barely 200 calories per serving, our cannabis avocado mojito is a guilt-free indulgence. Read on to find out how to combine these ingredients into a mouth-watering mocktail.

How to make a fool-proof avocado mojito with our THC infusion

To craft this delectable cannabis avocado mojito, follow these easy steps:

  1. Prepare your avocado base by mashing your ripe avocado until smooth and creamy.
  2. To enhance the creamy texture, add a splash of pineapple juice (optional, but highly recommended for a tropical twist).
  3. Incorporate the mint leaves into the avocado mixture. 
  4. Squeeze the lime juice into the mix. This burst of citrusy goodness will add a refreshing zing to your drink.
  5. Pour in the simple syrup (agave syrup also works) to sweeten the mocktail to your liking.
  6. For that special touch, add a dropper of THC-infused Buzz drops. If you want to get the best experience, start with a lower dose and adjust the potency as you go.
  7. Add ice to the mixture and give it a good shake. The ice will cool down your mocktail and make it even more refreshing.
  8. Pour your creamy concoction directly into your favorite serving glass and give it a quick stir to ensure all the flavors are well combined.
  9. Garnish with a sprig of mint and a few fresh lime slices for a crisp finishing touch.
  10. Optional: top off your mocktail with soda water or sparkling water for a delightful fizz. 

Now, sit back, relax, and savor your soothing, creamy, and easy-to-make delight. We told you how to make it, but it’s up to you when you’re going to drink it. Our simple yet stunning avocado mojito is perfect for any occasion if you enjoy it responsibly. 

We’ve got more mojito-type mocktails up our sleeve. How about our version of the classic mojito? For more simple booze-free cocktails, check out our collection of cannabis drink recipes

Why are THC drinks better than alcohol?

THC drinks are changing the social drinking game—and for the best. Unlike alcohol’s toxic health effects, cannabis provides an uplifting, feel-good buzz that improves your experiences instead of muddling them. Microdoses of THC relax your body and brighten your mood, while still allowing you to think clearly and move freely. 

Plus, you'll wake up the next morning feeling refreshed and ready to seize the day without nauseating hangovers or pounding headaches. 

Here are the reasons we’re getting off alcohol and looking for non-alcoholic substitutes: 

  • Cannabis gets you lifted without the letdown. With carefully infused low doses of THC in our Buzz drops, you get a pleasant high that enhances your mood in a gentle, controlled way. 
  • With THC drinks you can relax and enjoy the moment and never worry about losing control over yourself. 
  • Microdosing THC gives you a gentle high that enhances experiences while overdoing it on alcohol can ruin them. 
  • The microdose buzz improves your state of mind without impairing cognition or motor skills. You stay mentally sharp and physically coordinated.

Did you know microdosing cannabis may alleviate alcohol withdrawal symptoms? This makes cannabis-infused drinks an all-around better alternative to alcohol. 

Explore more health benefits of taking low doses of cannabis.

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Are cannabis drinks better than edibles?

Traditional edibles and cannabis drinks are our favorite ways to consume weed. They are some of the healthiest ways to consume cannabis with no smoke, no toxic chemicals from vape cartridges or marijuana cigarettes, and no funny business. 

The effects of edibles vs. THC drinks differ a bit. The main difference is in the way they are absorbed. The THC in edibles is absorbed by the stomach and intestines. It goes through the digestive system before being absorbed into the bloodstream. 

With cannabis beverages, the cannabinoids dissolve, pass through your digestive system, and quickly enter your bloodstream once they hit the lining of the stomach. The cannabis in a drink can elevate mood quicker than edibles because liquids don’t undergo the digestive breakdown process. 

Drinks kick in faster, but edibles last longer. With our collection of delicious gummies and phenomenal THC mixers, you don’t have to choose one. 

Where can I buy THC mixers?

When you shop at nama, you get the best cannabis products made with 100% organic, non-GMO, American-grown hemp. We lab test everything so you can see the purity with your own eyes. Our experts meticulously extract that sweet THC and CBD nectar and craft it into our uplifting Buzz drops. 

As cannabis connoisseurs, we take pride in our pristine products. We've got your back with the freshest, cleanest hemp sips on this side of the Milky Way. So forget those sketchy sellers and buy your THC-infused drinks from nama

Sign up for our THC drinks subscription and never worry about running low or remembering to reorder again. With an ongoing supply of Buzz Drops, any time is a good time to spice up your favorite drinks, bust out a cocktail shaker, and create the most phenomenal THC-infused drinks. 

Our personalized Buzz drops subscription saves you time and hassle, so you can create magic in the comfort of your kitchen at any time.

THC drinks FAQ

A mocktail is any non-alcoholic cocktail-type drink. Mojitos originated as an alcoholic rum-based Cuban cocktail, but a virgin or non-alcoholic variation, typically made with soda water, mint, lime, and sugar syrup, qualifies as a mocktail.

There are several popular variations of the mojito and virgin mojito created by including additional ingredients with the mint and lime. 

  • A fruit mojito or virgin fruit mojito often includes slices of seasonal berries, ripe mango, peach, or melon to add a tropical fruity twist. 
  • Herbal mojitos feature ingredients like basil, rosemary, lavender, or thyme to lend new complex aromas. 
  • Spiced mojitos nicely complement the mint and lime with cinnamon sticks, a splash of ginger beer, or a teaspoon of chai spice mix. 

If you really want to get the best out of this refreshing drink, we suggest you ditch the alcohol and infuse your mojitos with our low-THC Buzz drops to turn them into irresistible and mildly buzzing mocktails.

Dry ice added to mocktails can make them emit a vapor that looks like smoke. To do that safely, put a piece of dry ice in a small metal container, add a drop of warm water so the dry ice fizzes, and then place this in the mocktail. Or you can try inserting a dry ice cube wrapped in a paper towel into the drink. Handle dry ice with care to avoid burns.

A mocktail version of a mojito is typically called a virgin mojito or non-alcoholic mojito. The terms "refreshing mojito Limeade", "green mojito cooler" etc. also help convey a mocktail spin on the original mojito recipe.

Some popular ingredient substitutions in virgin mojitos are cranberry juice or ginger beer instead of soda for a fruitier flavor. The acidity of fresh orange juice, lemon juice, or lime juice compliments the fresh mint nicely. For a morning or holiday twist, adding a splash of pomegranate juice or maple syrup lends the mocktail unique aromatic qualities. Herbs like basil or spices like black pepper can also provide extra dimensions to a basic virgin mojito trying to emulate a classic Cuban mojito experience without the white rum.

That’s the beauty of crafting mocktails: you can get creative with ingredients to customize your virgin mojitos and suit personal tastes or special occasions. 

Mocktails can be healthy depending on the ingredients used. Those made from fresh fruit, herbs, spices, milk, or yogurt have vitamins and nutrients minus the alcohol. Even with sodas or syrups, mocktails are lower in calories than alcoholic cocktails. They are safer than alcohol which has dehydrating and intoxicating effects if consumed excessively.

Traditionally, mojitos and virgins mojitos have been enjoyed by both men and women. Their refreshing mint and lime profiles suit most palates. The misconception comes from them often being portrayed in the media as a feminine drink to beat the summer heat. They remain gender-neutral cocktails.

The versatility of mojito ingredients allows for customized versions across the masculine-feminine spectrum. Some fruitier variations with grape, peach, or strawberry juices might appeal more to sweet-flavored female tastes while the classic rum-based recipe with a dash of bitters or oak-aged rum may better suit a masculine personality and palate. 

For the record, we don’t think boozy mojitos are particularly masculine, so we prefer ditching alcohol altogether and infusing our mojitos with small amounts of cannabis. The balance of sweet sugar, citrusy lime, minty herbal notes, and bubbly soda water or ginger beer make the mojito—whether virgin or alcoholic—a universally refreshing cocktail for all genders to enjoy.

Muslims can consume virgin mojitos as they contain no alcohol, which is forbidden in Islam. Other mocktails that don't include any alcoholic ingredients are also permissible drinks in Muslim customs. This allows Muslim adults and children to enjoy the mocktail experience together with non-Muslims in a socially inclusive manner.

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