Tired of booze-filled brunches that leave you sluggish? Ditch the booze and sip on the best alcohol replacement drink: the Bloody Mary mocktail. Now with a dash of cannabis.
This clever mocktail packs all the spicy, savory flavors you love about a classic Bloody Mary, but swaps vodka for our specially formulated THC Buzz drops. Only 2.2 mg of THC will give you a mellow buzz without the next-day hangover.
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 good old 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. Because they contain small amounts of cannabis, 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. Each gummy contains 25 mg of 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 ingredients do I need for a Bloody Mary THC mocktail?
Our Bloody Mary cannabis cocktail is a game-changer. All the savory, umami flavors you love are still there—the tomato juice, horseradish, Worcestershire, and hot sauces that make a classic Bloody Mary so irresistible. But instead of vodka, we're using our specially-made cannabis drink mixer to give you an effortless, mellow buzz without any alcohol or hangover.
Here’s what you’ll need to make an irresistible virgin Bloody Mary:
You don’t really need any fancy equipment to make this Bloody Mary. No degrees in mixology, either. All you need is a few simple ingredients and a desire to get creative with spices.
Here's how to mix up this mocktail at home:
Fill a tall glass with ice.
Pour the tomato juice.
Add the Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, a few drops of lemon (squeeze half a lemon juice if you like it tangy), and horseradish.
Add one dropper of Buzz drops (2.2 mg of THC and 2.9 mg of CBD).
Season with sea salt and pepper.
Stir everything until well combined. (Optional: blend in a smoothie maker.)
That’s it. Now you've got a refreshing THC-infused Bloody Mary mocktail on your hands. For an extra special touch, garnish your cannabis mocktail with lemon wedges, celery stalks, olives, or even a strip of bacon.
Sip slowly and relax as the mild cannabis buzz sets in.
THC drinks are changing the social drinking game—for the best. Unlike alcohol, cannabis provides an uplifting, feel-good buzz that actually improves your experiences instead of muddling them. In microdoses, THC relaxes your body, brightens your mood, and enhances sensations 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—no 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 chill out, not blackout. Relax and enjoy the moment and never worry about losing control over yourself.
Just say no to intoxication. Microdosing cannabis gives you a gentle high that enhances experiences while overdoing it on alcohol can ruin them.
Cannabis boosts your wellness, ditching the illness. Can you say the same about booze?
The microdose buzz improves your state of mind without impairing cognition or motor skills. You stay mentally sharp and physically coordinated.
Traditional edibles and cannabis drinks are our favorite ways to consume weed. They are both probably the healthiest forms of consuming cannabis with no smoke, no toxic chemicals from vape cartridges or marijuana cigarettes, and no funny business.
The main difference between gummies and drinkable cannabis 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.
Not all THC beverages are created equal. Some shady sellers load their drinks with nasty stuff like toxic pesticides and heavy metals. If you’re looking to get high off contaminated cannabis, they’re the obvious choice.
When you shop at nama, you get the best cannabis products made with 100% organic, non-GMO, American-grown hemp. We lab test everything too so you can see the purity with your own eyes. Our scientists 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.
Infused mocktails are non-alcoholic beverages enhanced with THC or CBD for a unique and relaxing experience. They offer an alternative to traditional cocktails, making them suitable for individuals who prefer not to consume alcohol.
You can infuse your favorite mocktails, juices, sodas, and other non-alcoholic drinks with our low-dose THC and CBD mixer. The result is a flavorful, refreshing drink with the potential to provide a mild to moderate relaxing effect.
Infused mocktails are gaining popularity for their ability to deliver a full sensory experience without the need for alcohol, making them an excellent option for those looking to explore the world of cannabis-infused beverages without the (alcoholic) buzz.
What was the original Bloody Mary made of?
The original Bloody Mary was made with traditional vodka, tomato juice, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, and various seasonings and spices. This classic cocktail is known for its zesty and savory flavor profile.
Over the years, its recipe has evolved, and additional ingredients like hot sauces, horseradish, and lime juice have become popular additions. It's not uncommon to find variations of the Bloody Mary that include ice cubes for a refreshing chill, sparkling water to add a hint of effervescence, and even a garnish of a plate of celery salt to rim the glass, enhancing the overall flavor.
Some enthusiasts also opt to incorporate ingredients like simple syrup or almond extract to achieve a balance of sweetness and depth. The cocktail glass used for serving depends on the style of the classic cocktail you’re making. For those seeking a unique twist, a 15ml cannabis tincture or cannabis-infused vodka can be added to elevate the experience.
Is Bloody Mary mix high in sugar?
The sugar content in Bloody Mary depends on the ingredients you use. Some commercial mixes typically contain added sugars to balance the acidity and spiciness of the drink. For a more indulgent twist, some people incorporate coconut cream or heavy cream, which aren’t exactly low in sugar.
Generally, it’s much better—and tastier—to make your own mix, so you can customize the flavor and control the sugar content. Make sure to use fresh ingredients such as fresh tomato juice, fresh lemon juice, and natural sweeteners (a touch of maple syrup). This way, you can enjoy a Bloody Mary with lower sugar content while preserving its classic, tangy taste.
Sugar can also be hidden in the garnish. Experiment with and explore different ingredients to moderate the amount of sugar. You can try to garnish your cocktail with a lime wedge or simple celery sticks. They are low in sugar and can enhance your Bloody Mary cocktail.
Are CBD drinks better than alcohol?
CBD drinks are much safer than alcohol since they don’t have any side effects, even when you consume more than the recommended dose. Alcohol often carries hangovers, headaches, and other unpleasant side effects, even when you have a drink or two.
What can I infuse with cannabis?
You can infuse many different substances with cannabis, including oils, butter, alcohol, syrups, and even honey. These infusions serve as the basis for a wide range of cannabis-infused recipes, from baked goods and savory dishes to beverages and more. The choice of infusion method depends on your culinary goals and the effect you want to achieve.
Does infusing cannabis longer make it stronger?
If you infuse cannabis for longer, it doesn’t necessarily make your cannabis drink stronger in terms of potency. The potency of a cannabis infusion is determined by factors such as the concentration of THC and the method of extraction. Extending the infusion time may result in a more comprehensive extraction of cannabinoids and flavors, but it doesn't significantly increase the overall potency.
Longer infusion times can sometimes lead to a more bitter or “grassy” taste due to the extraction of chlorophyll, which may not be desirable in all recipes. But you don’t have to worry about the unpleasant chlorophyll taste with our liquid Buzz drops. Their flavor is indiscernible, making these THC mixers a great addition to virtually any non-alcoholic drink.
What is a Bloody Mary without vodka called?
A Bloody Mary without vodka is often referred to as a “Virgin Mary” or a ”Bloody Virgin.” These non-alcoholic versions of the classic cocktail use the same tomato juice and seasonings but omit the alcohol. Virgin Marys are perfect for those who prefer not to consume alcohol.
Is Bloody Mary better with vodka or gin?
Whether you choose vodka or gin for your Bloody Mary is a matter of personal taste. Traditionally, Bloody Marys are made with vodka, which provides a neutral base that allows the other flavors to shine. Vodka is a popular choice because it doesn't overpower the tomato and spice elements of the cocktail.
However, some people enjoy the herbal and botanical notes of gin in a Bloody Mary. It adds a unique twist to the drink, offering a more complex and botanical flavor profile.
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