Try our decadent raspberry coconut cannabis mocktail

Jan 25, 2024The nama Team
Try our decadent raspberry coconut cannabis mocktail

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Forget about putting lime in the coconut—try raspberries. Learn how to make a delicious, decadent, slightly buzzed raspberry coconut mocktail with a splash of our low-dose THC Buzz drops

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What is a raspberry coconut THC mocktail?

A raspberry coconut mocktail is a refreshing cannabis-infused beverage that combines the tropical creaminess of coconut milk with the sweet and tangy flavors of ripe raspberries. This mocktail offers a unique and enjoyable way to experience the benefits of cannabis, with carefully measured low amounts of THC and CBD. 

We infuse all our beverages with a hint of our liquid Buzz drops which contain only 2.2 mg of THC and 2.9 mg of CBD. 

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We’ll show you how to make this stunning raspberry coconut buzztail, and teach you a few tips and tricks on how to craft the ultimate THC mocktails

What are the ingredients?

Who needs fancy ingredients or high-tech gadgets when you can whip up a raspberry coconut THC mocktail that's simple, yet bursting with flavor? All you need are a few everyday kitchen staples and a dash of creativity to craft a refreshingly rich and tropical experience. 

Here are the ingredients you'll need:

  • A handful of raspberries
  • ½ ounce of simple syrup
  • 1 ounce of fresh lime juice
  • 2 ounces of coconut milk
  • A dropper of Buzz drops
  • Ice

How to make this cannabis mocktail?

Here are the step-by-step instructions for crafting a cannabis-infused raspberry coconut  mocktail:

  1. Gently muddle raspberries with the simple syrup until they're evenly mashed. This step releases the vibrant raspberry flavor.
  2. Add the lime juice and the creamy coconut milk to the mix. 
  3. Grab your cocktail shaker filled with ice cubes and give it all a vigorous shake. 
  4. Strain the mixture over fresh ice cubes in a highball glass.
  5. For the finishing touch, garnish your raspberry coconut buzztail with a plump, juicy raspberry on the rim. 

That’s it. These steps will take you less than five minutes and the end result is a combination of rich flavors and a delightful THC twist. 

Tips and tricks for elevating your raspberry coconut mocktail

In case you want to elevate this stellar mocktail and experiment with other ingredients and flavors, we have some suggestions for you up our sleeves. 

  1. For a refreshing twist, top off your mocktail with some sparkling water. The effervescence will give it a delightful fizz and make it even more invigorating.
  2. Enhance the mocktail's citrusy notes by adding a lime wedge as a garnish. It not only looks great but also adds a zesty kick to each sip.
  3. Try using fresh lime juice for an extra burst of tangy flavor. It can take your mocktail to a whole new level of deliciousness.
  4. A maraschino cherry not only adds a pop of color but also introduces a sweet contrast to the mocktail's tartness.
  5. Replace some of the coconut milk with club soda or sparkling water for added effervescence and a lighter texture. Coconut water is also a good option.
  6. Don't limit yourself to regular coconut milk. Get creative by experimenting with other coconut-based options like coconut cream, full-fat coconut milk, and cream of coconut. 
  7. Fresh mint leaves or a sprig of mint can provide a refreshing herbal aroma and taste. Muddle them gently before mixing.
  8. Always opt for high-quality ingredients to ensure the best flavors. Fresh raspberries, premium coconut milk, and top-notch lime juice make a difference.
  9. Experiment with other juices. Get creative with additional juices such as pineapple juice, orange juice, or even blood orange juice. These can complement the raspberry and coconut flavors beautifully.
  10. Change up the glassware to match the occasion. Serve your mocktail in a tall glass with ice. Stemless wine glasses, margarita glasses, or pint glasses can add a unique touch to your mocktail presentation. Opt for a tall glass filled with ice cubes to make your mocktail visually appealing and keep it chilled throughout.
  11. Adjust the sweetness to your preference by drizzling in some maple syrup, agave syrup, or simple syrup. Taste as you go to find your perfect balance.
  12. For a tropical vibe, garnish your mocktail with a pineapple leaf. It's a small detail that can make a big difference.
  13. Replace some of the lime juice with blood orange juice to add a unique and vibrant citrus flavor to your mocktail.
  14. Whenever possible, use fresh and ripe ingredients for the best results. Fresh raspberries, in particular, can enhance the mocktail's fruity goodness.

Remember, the joy of mocktail-making lies in your ability to create a drink that suits your taste buds. So, have fun experimenting and crafting your perfect cannabis-infused raspberry coconut mocktail.

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What are the benefits of drinking THC?

Liquid cannabis offers unique advantages over other consumption methods, especially unhealthy ones such as smoking and vaping. Our cannabis drinks deliver the health benefits of THC in an easy-to-consume form.

Here are some perks of liquid THC:

  1. Small doses of THC and CBD may offer a mild calming effect, helping people cope with stage fright and performance anxiety. CBD and THC may help with focus and concentration, as well as contribute to relieving anxiety. A 2018 study showed the potential benefits of CBD in reducing nervous behaviors via the suppression of receptors associated with anxiety.
  2. Low-dose cannabis may reduce inflammation, providing potential relief for conditions such as arthritis and chronic pain. 
  3. At low doses, THC and CBD can improve sleep quality, helping those with insomnia or sleep disorders. Canadian researchers revealed that 71% of patients with sleep disturbances reported a subjective improvement in sleep or sleep-related conditions after being treated with THC or the combination of THC and CBD. 
  4. There are more ways cannabis is good for your brain. Low-dose THC and CBD are anxiolytic. Researchers from the University of Washington found that low doses of THC may successfully decrease anxiety without psychoactivity, whereas higher doses have the opposite effect.
  5. THC and CBD may help manage chemotherapy-related symptoms such as pain, nausea, and loss of appetite, improving the overall quality of life.

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How long do THC drinks last?

The THC and CBD from the cannabis beverage get absorbed into the bloodstream rather quickly after consumption. Since they’re not fully digested, drinkable THC typically has a shorter duration of effects compared to gummies. The THC from the beverage enters your bloodstream directly through the soft tissues in your mouth, bypassing the slow digestive process.

From there, the cannabinoids interact with our endocannabinoid system (ECS) to produce their effects. The ECS is a complex network of signals and receptors that interact with compounds from the cannabis plant. It helps regulate important physiological processes in the body like sleep, appetite, pain perception, memory, and inflammation. 

Once the effects of THC beverages kick in, they can stick around for about 2 to 6 hours. This can also depend on a few factors, such as:

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

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You can use frozen raspberries as a convenient alternative to fresh ones. To make the most of frozen raspberries, allow them to thaw slightly before muddling. This ensures they release their vibrant flavors effectively. One advantage of using frozen raspberries is that they help maintain the drink's temperature without causing the excessive dilution that ice cubes do, making for a consistently flavorful and chilled mocktail.

Coconut cream and full-fat coconut milk both come from coconuts, but they have distinct characteristics. Coconut cream is a thick, luxurious product with a high concentration of coconut flesh. It provides an intense coconut flavor and adds a rich, creamy texture to your mocktail. In contrast, full-fat coconut milk is somewhat lighter and has a milder taste. While it still imparts creaminess, it's not as thick and concentrated as coconut cream. The choice between the two depends on how intense you want the coconut flavor and creaminess in your mocktail.

To make your raspberry coconut mocktail an even more refreshing beverage, consider incorporating a splash of sparkling water or club soda into the mix. This addition introduces delightful effervescence, enhancing the overall drinking experience. The effervescence complements the tartness of the raspberries and the creaminess of the coconut milk, creating a vibrant and invigorating flavor profile. It's a fantastic way to beat the heat and savor a revitalizing mocktail.

If you're looking for alternatives to simple syrup to add sweetness to your mocktail, there are several natural options available. Maple syrup, agave syrup, and honey are excellent choices, each imparting its own unique flavor profile. Maple syrup lends a delightful earthy sweetness, agave syrup brings a mild, honey-like sweetness, and honey adds a rich, complex sweetness. Experiment with these alternatives to find the perfect balance between tartness and sweetness that suits your taste buds. Adjusting the sweetener allows you to tailor the mocktail precisely to your liking.

For a vegan-friendly raspberry coconut mocktail, you can choose from a variety of plant-based alternatives to coconut-based ingredients. Look for coconut cream, coconut milk, or almond milk specifically labeled as vegan. These dairy-free options maintain the creamy texture and richness associated with coconut while aligning with vegan dietary preferences. Using these alternatives ensures that your mocktail is not only delicious but also suitable for those following vegan lifestyles, broadening its appeal to a diverse range of guests.

Adjusting the tartness of your raspberry coconut mocktail is easy to accomplish. To reduce tartness, you have a couple of options. First, you can fine-tune the amount of freshly squeezed lemon juice you add to the mix. Start with a smaller quantity, then taste the mocktail and gradually add more juice until you achieve the desired level of tartness. Second, if you've reached your preferred tartness level but still want to add sweetness, you can introduce a bit more sweetener. This two-step approach allows you to find the perfect balance between tart and sweet, tailoring the mocktail to your exact taste preferences.

You can easily prepare a large batch of this raspberry coconut mocktail to serve at parties or gatherings. To scale up the recipe, multiply the ingredients accordingly and mix them in a pitcher or a larger container. This approach simplifies serving, ensuring that your guests can enjoy the mocktail without the need to prepare individual drinks every time. It's a convenient way to cater to a crowd, allowing you to spend more time socializing and less time behind the bar.

The choice of glassware for serving your raspberry coconut mocktail can significantly enhance the drinking experience. For an aesthetically pleasing presentation, opt for a tall glass or stemless wine glass filled with ice cubes. These types of glasses not only showcase the vibrant colors of the mocktail but also help keep it chilled while you enjoy it. Presentation in a tall, stemless, or margarita glass adds an elegant touch to your mocktail, making it a perfect choice for upscale events and those moments when you want to savor the flavors in style.

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