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Trip's CBD-infused drinks range

Trip’s CBD-infused drinks range

Trip’s CBD-infused drinks range

Category - Soft drinks, CBD

Available - From this month

Location - The UK

Price - GBP20 (US$25) per 24-pack and GBP2.99 (US$3.80) per can

UK company Trip has launched a range of drinks infused with CBD.

The range, which is manufactured in the UK, contains 15mg of CBD per can as well as turmeric, ginseng and l-theanine. According to the company, Trip aims to reclaim the negative connotations of "getting high" and instead emphasise the positive "trips" people can embrace every day.

The range comprises:

  • Elderflower Mint - with ginseng, l-theanine, mint, rooibos, chamomile and lemon balm
  • PeachGinger - with turmeric, ginseng, l-theanine, ginger, lemon balm and chamomi
  • Cold Brew Coffee - brewed for 24 hours, dairy-free with no added sugar

Trip drinks are available through its website and in Planet Organic, Harvey Nichols and Equinox gyms. 

This week Molson Coors' cannabis joint-venture, Truss, announced it will launch a CBD spring water in partnership with an alkaline water brand.

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