Try our Caramel Apple Cannabis Mocktail Recipe

Jan 09, 2024The nama Team
Try our caramel apple cannabis mocktail recipe

Craft mocktails are the future of non-alcoholic drinks. More people are choosing alternatives to liquor that let them feel rejuvenated and sociable minus the adverse impacts. Our warm and spiced caramel apple mocktail cannabis recipe offers a cleaner, toxicity-free substitute that hasn’t forfeited any flavor or fun. 

With our low-dose THC liquid drops, you can create a relaxing mocktail that is perfect for unwinding and socializing.

Grab your cannabis mixers and elevate your mocktail game with our irresistible THC-laced caramel apple drink.

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What is a caramel apple THC drink?

A caramel apple cannabis mocktail might just be the most comforting autumnal beverage you have ever tasted. The warm, spiced flavors of the harvest season blend with a dash of THC to create the ultimate wind-down beverage. This soothing sipper is perfect if you need something to deliver a gentle mood and lift your spirits without impairment. 

Fresh apple slices, fragrant rosemary, sweet-tart cider, buttery caramel, and aromatic spices. Need we say more? 

This refreshing sipper wouldn’t be complete without our Buzz drops. Add a few drops of our fast-acting liquid Delta 9 THC for a mellow, stress-relieving buzz. One full dropper contains just 2.2 mg of THC—enough for an uplifting buzz, but still well below the psychoactive threshold. 

Relax and indulge in this tasty, low-key drink that is simply better than your average mocktail. Read why microdosing cannabis offers so many health benefits.

How to make a caramel apple mocktail infused with cannabis

With a handful of simple ingredients and only a few milligrams of THC and cannabidiol (CBD), you can craft this sweet and aromatic holiday drink. 

The ingredient list:

  • 7 apple slices
  • A sprig of rosemary
  • 2 ounces of fresh apple cider
  • A dropper full of Buzz drops
  • ¼ ounce of caramel syrup
  • Cinnamon powder
  • Soda water

Preparation steps:

  1. Muddle the apple slices and rosemary together in a cocktail glass.
  2. Add the apple cider and one dropper of liquid THC drops.
  3. Add caramel syrup and a pinch of cinnamon powder (or as much as you want).
  4. Add ice.
  5. Top with soda water.
  6. Mix well.
  7. Strain over fresh ice in your favorite cocktail glass.
  8. Top with another slice or two of apple and a dash of cinnamon. 
  9. Enjoy. 

Don’t let the steps intimidate you. Our caramel apple buzztail is super simple to make. Explore our collection of THC mocktail recipes and find the ideal choice to excite your taste buds. We’re positive you’ll find more delicious recipes for every occasion. Some of our most popular recipes include our twist on the classic margarita or the evergreen Tom Collins.

If you’re in the mood for something creamy, try our blood orange and cream cannabis drink. It combines luscious blood orange with frothy coconut milk and infuses it with a low dose of THC for some mellow vibes.

Elevate your caramel apple drink

Our caramel apple THC drink may be super simple to whip up, but it packs a complex flavor profile alongside a delicious aroma to create a real crowd-pleaser. That doesn’t mean you can’t take it up a notch and put your own twist on our recipe. 

Here are some ways you can elevate this amazing caramel apple cocktail:

  • Use the freshest, crispest apples you can find, preferably local apples at peak season for the juiciest flavor and texture. Granny Smith works nicely.
  • Rim frosty cocktail glasses with cinnamon sugar or regular brown sugar dipped in apple cider or apple juice for a delightfully crunchy crust on each sip.
  • Skewer additional apple slices marinated in lemon juice to garnish each glass. Or ditch the apple garnish altogether and dress up your beverage with a cinnamon stick. Top it with a cloud of sweetened whipped cream and dust with cinnamon for a dessert-like treat.
  • Splash in some ginger beer instead of soda for a little spice tingle and acidity to cut the sweetness. In fact, swap the regular soda water with anything that will bring more effervescence to your mocktail such as tonic water, sparkling water, or sparkling ginger ale.
  • Blend the ingredients into an apple cider freeze or slushy by mixing in your blender with ice before serving.
  • The glassware you choose for your caramel apple buzztail can elevate the entire drinking experience. You can go for the classic conical shape of a martini glass to make your very own caramel apple martini (minus the booze). A punch bowl presentation is great for sharing at parties. 

Don’t forget our liquid THC drops. These unflavored drops can turn common drinks such as sparkling water, juice, or a fall-themed caramel apple mocktail into heavenly THC-infused beverages. 

If you prefer texture and an explosion of flavors with every bite, our Relax Plus gummies will satisfy your senses. These delicious edibles contain 25 mg of CBD and only 5 mg of Delta 9 to release tension and bring out the good vibes. 

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Why should I start drinking cannabis?

Let’s make something crystal clear: alcohol is bad for you. We aim to replace unhealthy drinking habits with methods that offer safety, controlled potency, discreet portability, and longer-lasting effects. 

Here are some of the major benefits of cannabis-infused drinks.

  1. The amount of THC in cannabis-infused drinks is pre-measured and distributed evenly throughout the liquid. This allows for consistent, reliable dosing that eliminates any guesswork. 
  2. The effects of THC drinks tend to be much more mellow and manageable due to the lower, controlled dosing. Our liquid Buzz drops contain only 2.2 milligrams of THC and 2.9 milligrams of CBD, so you know exactly how much you’re getting in every drink. The effects are strong enough to provide relief and relaxation but gentle enough to keep you functional and clear-headed. 
  3. THC drinks provide a quicker uptake compared to edibles. While edibles take anywhere between 30 minutes and two hours to kick in (which is not a bad thing, either), you can feel the effects of THC beverages within 20 minutes of consumption. 
  4. The effects of weed drinks stick around longer than smoking or vaping. After hitting peak effects within the first hour or so, you'll still feel a nice, smooth high for the next two to six hours.
  5. THC drinks are not only a safer and healthier choice than alcohol, but they are also much healthier than smoking cannabis. Smoking cannabis deposits tar in the lungs, which can impair function over many years of use. When you smoke or vape, you are inhaling combusted plant material along with tar and other byproducts from the heating process. Over time, this can irritate the delicate tissues of the lungs and throat. Cannabis-infused beverages completely avoid additives and toxic chemicals that are often present in vape cartridges and e-liquids. 

We are eager to share with you all of the tips and tricks we’ve collected over our fruitful years in this business. Learn all there is to know about how to infuse your drinks with THC in the safest, easiest, and most creative ways. 

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Are there any side effects of THC drinks?

Our caramel apple mocktails are infused with low-dose THC, containing only 2.2 mg per full dropper. These low THC amounts are unlikely to cause adverse effects when consumed responsibly. 

If you exceed the recommended single servings and quantities, you may experience some side effects. These include:

  • Impaired motor functions
  • Slowed reaction times
  • Distorted time perception
  • Lightheadedness
  • Short-term memory, focus, and concentration disruptions
  • Anxiety, fear, and paranoid ideations
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Dry mouth
  • Decreased blood pressure
  • Drowsiness and fatigue, especially as effects taper off (known as “burnout”)

These negative outcomes can be avoided if you practice moderation and stick to low doses. If you’re a first-time user, stick to ultra-low doses—such as 2.2 mg of THC in our Buzz drops. Drink mindfully, pace yourself, stay well-hydrated, and allow time for effects to manifest before considering another dose. 

Where to buy the best cannabis drinks

If you’re looking to buy THC-infused beverages, remember this: quality matters a lot. Some low-grade THC beverages may contain nasty stuff like pesticides, heavy metals, and other contaminants that can negate the health benefits of cannabis. You'll want to source your THC drinks from reputable sellers that provide lab testing results and use high-quality ingredients. 

Be a savvy shopper and order from nama. We’re transparent about the ingredients we put in our products—which are nothing short of top quality—and we use only organic, non-GMO, American-sourced hemp with no artificial colorings or flavors. 

If you’re looking for reliable, direct delivery of your favorite THC beverages right to your door, look no further: sign up for ongoing delivery by subscribing to our Buzz drops. This personalized subscription means you never have to worry about running low or remembering to reorder again. 

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THC drinks FAQ

For peak harvest apple taste and tart juice for your mocktail, we suggest using cold first-press cider from farmers pressing freshly-picked Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, or Macintosh apples. The crisp acidic pop brightens the caramel as chunks of just-picked apples lend a textural bite. For something smoother, opt for Fuji, Gala, or Red Delicious to deliver balanced sweetness. If you can, source your apples locally to ensure the highest quality ingredients. 

Generic mass-produced apple cider lacks complexity from concentrate instead of fresh apples. Even high-end organic bottles get pasteurized. For superior sipping, press small artisanal batches straight from gallons of fresh-picked apples, perhaps during your apple-picking excursion. Simmer mulling spices like cinnamon sticks with sliced green apples in apple juice for an unbelievable house-made apple chai syrup to mix into your drink. 

Our THC liquid infusion contains less than 3 milligrams per full dropper, so you likely won’t feel more than a subtle relaxing effect. Overdoing the concentration of your doses amplifies the chance of paranoid reactions or dizziness, especially if you’re unfamiliar with cannabis. We suggest starting with just half a dropper until you gauge your tolerance and see how your body reacts to a specific dose.

Chilled skinny martini glasses allow you to admire the mocktail’s cream-amber hue while keeping each portion icy cold, with frosty coupe glasses also embracing classic cocktail presentation. Copper mugs infuse old-school warmth. To share among friends, ladle from a communal punchbowl into little vintage teacups.

On other occasions, regular tall glasses will do. Any drinkware that evokes nostalgia or feelings of familiarity is a great choice. Choose your favorite glasses to indulge in our aromatic caramel apple buzztail.

You can use alcohol and make a caramel vodka cocktail. Some people prefer the hard liquor’s bite in their velvety-smooth caramel and tart cider drink. If you’re into more potency, you can add a splash of salted caramel vodka or Kentucky apple pie moonshine. 

However, we try to substitute alcohol with healthier, much safer, and more reliable alternatives such as our low-dose cannabis mixers. During cozy holiday nights, avoid adding risky spirits that could spoil the evening's convivial mood. Instead, microdose quality cannabis extracts using our precision infusers to gently enhance the delicious apple flavors with calming, nostalgic sensations minus disruption.

Our caramel apple THC mocktail recipe allows room for customization until you discover your perfect ratios. Play with fall essences such as molasses, maple, pumpkin spice, nutmeg, honey, cranberries, orange zest, and ginger until you identify your perfect infusion balance. Those with a sweet tooth may consider adding demerara sugar syrup a teaspoon at a time until satisfied. 2-3 cinnamon sticks and green apple slices also lend autumnal aesthetic when used as stirrers. Part of the enjoyment comes from fine-tuning the drink so that it satisfies your personal cravings.

Given the rarity of life-endangering overdoses, the most severe risk involves amplified side effects such as intense anxiety, nausea, vertigo, or temporary psychosis. These emerge if you accidentally stack multiple THC ingestion methods before effects manifest, especially if you’re inexperienced or sensitive to the interaction of other ingredients with THC. 

Avoid any form of poly-consumption, instead stick to a single method of consumption and a modest dose, ideally on a full stomach after and after assessing your individual tolerance level. 

Rimming our frosty cocktail glasses with a mixture of cinnamon sugar adds textural flair with crunchy crystals of warmth. Bring out the cinnamon-spiked caramel swirl of flavors by twirling fresh apple slices in a coarse sugar mix until evenly coated, and then use those spirals as seasonal stir sticks. For more decadence, leave some leftover demerara sugar on a plate for guests to dredge the fleshy fruit edges and enjoy on their own accord.

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