Non-alcoholic Dirty Cannabis Coke recipe

Jan 09, 2024The nama Team
Non-alcoholic dirty cannabis Coke recipe

Are you sick of boozy cocktails that stupefy your senses and leave you with a nasty hangover? Our refreshing non-alcoholic cannabis cola mocktail infuses a bubbly soda blend with just enough THC to lift your mood. 

One sip of this twist on the classic cocktail and you’ll see why our craft mocktails are the future of non-alcoholic beverages. 

With our low-dose THC liquid drops, you can create a relaxing yet functional mocktail perfect for unwinding and socializing. None of our cannabis recipes contain alcohol, which makes them the perfect alcohol replacements.

Grab your cannabis mixers and elevate your mocktail game with our irresistible THC-laced not-so-dirty cannabis Coke.

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What is a non-alcoholic THC dirty coke mocktail?

Our non-alcoholic dirty coke drink is our take on this delicious cocktail, without the booze. We swapped the alcohol for sweet grenadine and added our mood-lifting Buzz drops. Don’t worry, they only pack 2.2 mg of Delta 9 THC per full dropper, so you'll feel a light euphoria without any haziness.

That’s the whole idea behind microdosing cannabis: you take small amounts of THC—between 2 and 10 milligrams per serving—and reap the plant's benefits without intoxicating side effects. Our low-dose cannabis beverages and THC gummies are a safe way to enjoy cannabis without worrying about overconsumption. 

The complex flavors of our not-so-dirty Coke buzztail mingle delightfully with our cannabis drops’ mellow vibes. This quick guilt-free cannabis mocktail will make for smiles all around the backyard barbecue or holiday bash. Quick and easy preparation means more time for socializing. 

For more simple, booze-free cocktails, check out our collection of nonalcoholic cocktail recipes with cannabis. You’ll find a delightful variety of indulgent sippers to excite your palate and bring out the fun. 

How to make a THC-infused dirty coke mocktail

It is insanely easy to make our THC-infused dirty coke mocktail since it only requires three effortless ingredients (four if you count the ice). Even the clumsiest mixologist can ace this one. 

Simply chill your glass and fill it with ice cubes to keep the soda frosty and prevent dilution. Mix the Coke with grenadine and some of our Buzz drops (2.2 mg of THC and 2.9 mg of CBD per full dropper), and that’s all she wrote. Stir gently to awaken the aromas.  

Tips and tricks to elevate your drink

We think our cannabis-spiked dirty Coke is dandy as-is thanks to the nostalgic flavors and gentle lift. The beauty of mixology means the template can be tweaked and customized once you’re familiar with the standard recipe. 

Why not riff on the mocktail by trying:

  1. Other sodas such as ginger ale, lemon-lime, or black cherry soda for different fruit notes.
  2. Splash in additional citrus juices such as orange, grapefruit, lime, or lemon to amplify the tartness.
  3. Additional sweeteners like agave nectar, simple syrup, honey, maple, or cane sugar.
  4. Muddle in fresh herbs like mint, basil, rosemary, or edible flowers for botanical aromas.
  5. Rim the glass with sugar crystals, salt, or tajin spice.
  6. Swap out the grenadine for other red liquids such as hibiscus tea, cranberry juice, or pomegranate.
  7. Turn into a slushy with fruit purees blended with ice to enjoy with a spoon straw.

This template can be a launch pad for wild experimentation. Dial in the flavors and garnishes that suit your mood, from basic to decadent. Remember to pace yourself until you learn your intake limits with any cannabis creations. When crafted properly, even playful elixirs can offer wellness advantages that trump the booze buzz.

What are the benefits of drinking cannabis?

Small amounts of cannabis offer more health benefits than higher doses. In combination with CBD (cannabidiol), beneficial outcomes can be even more pronounced in the synergistic interaction known as the entourage effect. 

The entourage effect occurs when multiple cannabinoid components from the cannabis plant work together harmoniously to provide effects that are greater than the sum of their parts. According to Vučković, et. al., when taken together, CBD acts as a safety engineer, improving the safety and tolerability of THC and downregulating its possible adverse effects (e.g., increased anxiety and heart rate, and sedation).

Our cannabis drinks and delicious THC gummies are great ways to reap the effect of this cannabis synergy.

Here are some of the benefits of microdosing cannabis: 

  1. Microdosing THC can reduce inflammation and treat autoimmune diseases caused by chronic inflammatory conditions. A 2021 study revealed that “CBD, CBG, and CBD+THC combination exert a predominantly anti-inflammatory effect in vivo.” 
  2. Due to its potent anti-cancer properties, Delta 9 may slow the spread of cancer, induce cancer cell death (apoptosis), and improve the efficiency of cancer treatment. Research on cannabis and cancer revealed that “cannabinoid compounds exert tumour growth inhibitory and antimetastatic effects, cannabinoid compounds may represent a useful additional therapeutic option to currently used cytostatic drugs.”
  3. Low doses of THC and CBD can reduce stress and anxiety. CBD and THC seem to stimulate serotonin and dopamine production at low doses. Many people have good results from microdosing cannabis for depression as well. Research found that cannabis users experienced a reduction in depressive symptoms after consuming cannabis in small amounts.
  4. Microdosing THC may help improve the symptoms of dementia: memory, cognition, and behavioral symptoms. A 2022 study showed that low doses of THC facilitate the removal of harmful amyloid proteins in the brain through increased autophagy.
  5. In small doses, cannabis can stimulate dopamine release and alpha brain waves, both of which are linked to heightened focus and concentration. Microdoses of THC facilitate increased motivation and attention by activating cannabinoid receptors in brain regions that govern executive function.

The best way to reap the benefits of cannabis and take advantage of the entourage effect is with our full-spectrum CBD gummies. These edibles are made by combining THC, CBD, and other minor cannabinoids and terpenes that enhance each other’s beneficial effects. Try our Euphoria gummies with 10 mg of THC and CBD to experience a balanced euphoric experience.

You can also stick to mixing your favorite mocktails and adding our low-dose Buzz drops that contain 2.2 mg of THC and 2.9 mg of CBD. 

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Can THC beverages make you high?

THC drinks may produce euphoric effects if you consume them in sufficient amounts. Delta 9 THC in our cannabis mixers is often referred to as the “primary psychoactive compound” in the cannabis plant. When you take more than the recommended dosage, you can expect some of the following side effects: 

  • Increased euphoria
  • Increased anxiety and potential paranoia
  • Changes in mood
  • Changes in appetite
  • Heart palpitations

The intensity of the high from THC drinks varies depending on the dosage. THC beverages infused with our liquid cannabis contain microdoses of 2 mg of THC per serving. At this level, users report mild euphoria, relaxation, and a mood lift without significant impairment or anxiety. There is no reason why you can’t microdose THC with our drinks or edibles on a daily basis.

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THC drinks FAQ

Some beloved mocktails perfect for a cocktail hour without the spirits include fruity punches brimming with pineapple juice, freshly squeezed orange juice, sparks of ginger beer, and lush muddled berry medleys. Non-alcoholic takes on classics like Piña Coladas use coconut cream and pineapple juice over rum for fun stirrings. Creative combinations such as rosemary lemon spritzers and holiday apple cider mules make tasty non-alcoholic cocktail options during cozy nights.

Whether you're abstaining from alcohol or just craving a refreshing, booze-free drink, THC-infused mocktails have you covered. Here are a few top mocktail choices for your next order.

  1. Cannabis-infused Pink lemonade: this mocktail offers the bright and refreshing taste of lemonade but with the added touch of our cannabis infusion. You need fresh lemon juice, cranberry juice, some cold water, and lemon or orange peel for garnish.
  2. Alcohol-free pumpkin cream THC drink: for a taste of fall, this mocktail offers the creamy and spiced flavor of pumpkin, with the added twist of our Buzz drops infusion
  3. Blueberry thyme THC drink: this captivating mocktail combines the sweet allure of fresh blueberries with the earthy charm of thyme, all elevated by our THC infusion. Your choice of sparkling water or club soda can make this delicious sipper even more refreshing.

Non-alcoholic grapefruit sunset: this non-alcoholic version of the classic cocktail brings together the vibrant and slightly bitter notes of grapefruit, creating a refreshing and tangy drink perfect for sunset sipping.

When ingested moderately in ideal doses, cannabis drinks offer holistic wellness benefits akin to other herbal remedies, minus the high calories and sugar of infused sodas. Most research supports therapeutic advantages from isolated components including reducing anxiety, pain, inflammation, and insomnia symptoms when integrated as part of balanced lifestyles. Anything consumed in excess carries risks, so practice moderation.

Experts largely consider 5-10 milligrams the cautious THC dosage for achieving relaxation without risking significant impairment in most adult consumers. However, individual body chemistry varies. We strongly suggest beginners start extremely small with 2-3mg of high-quality extracts until personal tolerance develops. Incrementally increase intake over time as you get comfortable with the effects to avoid discomfort and overconsumption. 

Tropical superstars like fresh pineapple juice, mango puree, kiwi slices, and mixed berry muddles supply bright sweet-tart foundations. Essential citrus juices from lemons, limes, blood oranges, or ruby red grapefruits add vibrant finishing acidity, especially when freshly squeezed. 

Savory produce like cucumber, tomato water or pepper purees lend depth. Herbs such as homemade hibiscus tea, mint leaves, or fresh basil, and warming spices such as grated ginger, cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, or clove-studded oranges refresh without alcohol bite. With thoughtful ingredient combinations respecting natural flavors, fruits can elevate zero-proof libations into nuanced, craveable treats.

Elevating mocktails for seasonal celebrations relies on charm details. Precisely balancing sweet and tart flavors using fine produce shows effort. Custom stirring sticks starring fresh fruit skewers or flowering herbs give guests snackable garnishes. Freezing ingredients like edible flowers, juices, or fruits internally create unique ice cubes that delight as they dilute. Citrus wheels, fresh berries, aromatically-infused ice rings, or spices give non-alcoholic drinks a celebratory flair. Paying attention to drinkware and presentation touches makes the experience feel as indulgently special as any holiday cocktail.

For healthy adults seeking to substitute certain alcohol-centric cocktails for lighter, livelier refreshments without forfeiting social enjoyment, thoughtfully formulated THC drinks prove intriguing. Microdosing cannabis oils can provide therapeutic benefits similar to other herbal remedies, including reducing anxiety and inflammation without associated intoxication risks when used conscientiously. While not completely risk-free, balanced blends suit moderate consumers who are searching for an uplifting beverage.

Our proprietary formulations follow a microdosing methodology for ideal absorption. Everyone’s tolerance differs but for initial servings, we advise single portions containing under 3 milligrams of THC. Incrementally increase dosage across future exposures until you have established your optimal comfort zone. 

Allow for a sufficient duration after initial consumption to properly assess the effects of your dose before considering another serving. While simple in format, respecting onset times and realistic serving sizes remains vital, especially for first-timers or sensitive systems.

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