Highly Casual THC-infused seltzer is launching in Michigan

The booze-free drink is part of a collab between Pleasantrees and Andrew Blake

click to enlarge Each can of Highly Casual has 2 mg of THC. - Courtesy photo
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Each can of Highly Casual has 2 mg of THC.

Holiday gatherings and outings can be straight-up annoying for those of us who don’t drink booze.

A new THC-infused seltzer called Highly Casual may take the edge off, allowing us to have our weed and drink it too.

The Michigan-born seltzer will hit shelves on Friday, Nov. 18. It’s being brought to us by Emerald Canning Partners, a joint venture between Pleasantrees and Andrew Blake, who is also the founder of Blake’s Hard Cider.

Highly Casual’s low-dose, nano-emulsified seltzers come in 12 oz. cans with 2 mg of THC each. They come in three flavors: strawberry and watermelon, lemon and lime, and blueberry and pineapple.

Four-packs, which retail at $18, will be available at Pleasantrees locations and participating stores across Michigan.

Pleasantrees and Blake announced their Emerald Canning Partners project earlier this year. The 17,000-square-foot facility dedicated to cannabis-infused beverage production set up shop in the former Gibraltar Trade Center in Mount Clemens. Highly Casual is its first release.

More info, including a location finder, is available at drinkhighlycasual.com.

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Randiah Camille Green

After living in Japan and traveling across Asia, Randiah Camille Green realized Detroit will always be home. And when she says Detroit, she's talking about the hood, not the suburbs. She has bylines in Planet Detroit News , Bridge Detroit , BLAC magazine, and Model D . Her favorite pastimes are meditating...
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