Cannabis Infused Craft Sodas

4 flavors proudly made in California - all available in 10mg THC or 100mg THC


Bursting with the taste of juicy berries, this summer-ready flavor will remind you of a classic Blue Raspberry ice from your local corner store—but with a deliciously herbal-infused twist, of course.


Known for its tempting taste, guava is a sweet staple of Hawaiian culture. For this fruity flavor, we start with fresh Guava puree and add splashes of passionfruit and papaya to up the tropical vibes in this THC-infused drink.


Nothing says summer quite like an ice-cold Orange Cream soda. This vintage-inspired cannabis beverage leads with notes of smooth vanilla and zesty orange flavor for an energizing finish.


Drawing inspiration from our own memories of freshly picked mangoes, get ready to experience the taste of the sun-ripened fruit and California cannabis in a bottle. All that's missing is the hammock.


Yes. Our signature carbonated beverages contain THC (the psychoactive cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant) and other natural terpenes so you will experience a “high”. If you’re new to weed, start slow until you know how edibles may affect you.

The perfect dose is different for everyone. It depends on various factors like how often you consume cannabis and your individual physical attributes. As a rule of thumb, you always want to start low and go slow until you know what dosage is right for you.

If you start with a smaller dosage, you can gradually increase the amount of THC until the effects feel juuuust right.

Pro-tip: Make sure to wait at least 90 minutes before consuming more.

Terpenes are naturally occurring molecules that give cannabis buds and many other plants their unforgettable scent. In nature, these aromatic molecules are designed to ward off pests but they also have another important role to play.

We now know that terpenes help influence the effects you might experience. For example, limonene is known for its zesty smell like that found in citrus like lemons and limes. Hence, the name. It is said that this terpene boosts your energy and awakens the senses. Linalool is another common terpene, also found in lavender, that offers an herbaceous floral aroma and deeply relaxing properties.

​​It can vary widely depending on the dosage and your own unique biochemistry, but in general, the average edible high can last for 6 or more hours—much longer than when you smoke weed. That is why it is important to know your tolerance to have a comfortable experience. If you dose yourself properly, you’re in for a fun, well-balanced high that lasts for hours.

Overstep your limits and you might find yourself feeling a little too high—but don’t panic. There are many different things you can do to mitigate the effects of THC. First, make sure to drink plenty of water and stay hydrated. You may also want to have a healthy snack or a meal to fill your stomach.

In addition, one of the most effective ways to combat too much THC, is by taking some CBD. Short for cannabidiol, this non-psychoactive cannabinoid may help calm your mind and ease any worries so you can ride out your high with a positive attitude.

After trying these techniques, give it some time. Edibles can take several hours to leave your system. You’ll likely feel good as new by morning.