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Makers Of Sam Adams & Twisted Tea Produce THC Infused Beverage

TeaPot is a new line of cannabis-infused iced teas that have been introduced by The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (NYSE: SAM), which made the announcement today. The Boston Bear Company, Inc. is the owner of a number of well-known brands, including Samuel Adams, Truly Hard Seltzer, and Twisted Tea, amongst others. Now, the owner of Sam Adams advances into the infused cannabis beverage market.

Starting in July, TeaPot will be available in a few Canadian regions as the company’s first cannabis infused beverage product.

TeaPot combines genuine tea with certain cannabis varieties, which provide benefits at various parts of the day.

One of these cannabis varieties is Pedro’s Sweet Sativa, produced in Strathroy, Ontario by Entourage Health Corp. The first product that TeaPot will sell is called Good Day Iced Tea, and it will include THC that was derived from the Pedro’s Sweet Sativa plant. It is a Lemon Black Tea.

We expect a more indica dominant cultivar to be the source of THC for a TeaPot flavor that is marketed for later in the day.

Inside of each 12-ounce (355-milliliter) can of TeaPot is exactly 5 milligrams (mg) of THC. TeaPot, on the other hand, claims that the cannabis-infused beverage they produce will not include a significant amount of the flavonoids and terpenes that come from the marijuana plant.

According to figures compiled by Headset for retail establishments, the market share for infused drinks in Canada has increased by around 850 percent since 2020 and is now almost twice as large as the market for cannabis beverages in the United States. 

It is obvious why the business with headquarters in Boston has expanded their brand into Canada; despite this, the corporation is optimistic about its prospects in the United States market. “As we await further progress on U.S. regulations, we’ll continue to develop an exciting product pipeline in the federally regulated market of Canada,” says Dave Burwick, CEO of the Boston Beer Company.

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