Six cannabis mocktails in mason jar glasses sitting on a table outside

THC & CBD Cannabis-Infused Mocktails

Cannabis-infused beverages are becoming a popular segment in the market, and for good reason! They are a fun, refreshing way to enjoy cannabis by yourself or socially. But did you know you can actually make THC and CBD mocktails? We’re going to tell you everything you need to know, including:

  • What are Cannabis Mocktails?
  • How Do You Add Cannabis to a Beverage?
  • Verilife’s Cannabis Mock-mosas
  • Verilife’s Blueberry Peach Cannabis Smoothie
  • Verilife’s Canna-cucumber Mint Refresher

What Are Cannabis Mocktails?

Cannabis mocktails are exactly what they sound like—non-alcoholic drinks that contain cannabinoids (typically THC or CBD). These beverages are a type of edible and can be purchased at a licensed dispensary, or, with the right marijuana product, can be made in the comfort of your home.

Cannabis beverages are growing in popularity as people look for new ways to enjoy their cannabis. There are many reasons for this, so be sure to check out our guide to learn more about them!

How Do You Add Cannabis to a Beverage?

Adding cannabis to beverages used to be a challenge, resulting in a chunky, odd-tasting liquid. With the advent of THC and CBD tinctures, it’s much easier to incorporate marijuana into your non-alcoholic cocktails. It also provides a way for people to enjoy a “cocktail” during social events without needing to drink alcohol.

So how do you add cannabis to a beverage? Well, there are a couple ways. The easiest is to pick up a flavorless THC tincture and add a couple drops to your favorite drink. You can also steep your cannabis flower (with a couple other steps) to make cannabis tea. While we love tea during the colder months, the warm nights of summer call for more refreshing options to sip.

Can You Buy Cannabis-Infused Alcohol?

No, this is not permitted in the United States. Cannabis is still federally recognized as a controlled substance in the Controlled Substances Act. This Act states that all parts of Cannabis sativa are considered marijuana. Furthermore, we do not recommend mixing the two! 

Make These Cannabis Mocktail Recipes At Home

We’re always looking for ways to incorporate our favorite THC and CBD tinctures into drinks, and mocktails are the perfect for this. Pick your favorite beverage and add your tincture, or try one of our cannabis drink recipes. We promise, your taste buds won’t regret it. 

(Note: If you prefer CBD and are wondering how to make CBD-infused drinks, each of these recipes will work with CBD and make the perfect CBD mocktails.)

Verilife’s Cannabis Mock-mosas

This mock-mosa is proof that orange juice can stand on its own as a main ingredient. Add a splash of soda, a drop or two of your favorite THC or CBD tincture, and a garnish, and you’ve got the perfect morning, afternoon, or evening sip.

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Yield: 1 cup

½ cup club soda
½ cup orange juice 
THC or CBD tincture
Thyme sprigs or orange slices to garnish 


Step 1: Fill a glass flute with club soda and orange juice.

Step 2: Add the desired number of CBD or THC tincture drops to the glass.

Step 3: Garnish with thyme sprigs.

Verilife’s Blueberry Peach Cannabis Smoothie

What’s not to love about a delicious smoothie? Some people enjoy them after a workout, after dinner, or as a meal replacement. If you typically add protein to your smoothie, don’t be shy with this recipe. It’s just as delicious with your favorite similarly-flavored supplement.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Yield: 1 smoothie


1 cup frozen peach slices
½ cup fresh blueberries
½ cup vanilla yogurt
1 teaspoon honey
1 teaspoon THC or CBD tincture
⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon


Step 1: Add the frozen peaches, fresh blueberries, yogurt, honey, tincture, and cinnamon to a blender.

Step 2: Blend on high for 1 minute until completely smooth.

Step 3: Serve

Verilife’s Canna-cucumber Mint Refresher

Fans of mint juleps and cucumber gimlits will love this refreshing mocktail with a THC or CBD twist. Best of all, no equipment is needed!

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Yield: 1 cup

1 cup soda water
½ cucumber
Sprigs of mint
THC or CBD tincture


Step 1: Cut the cucumber into slices and place it at the bottom of the glass.

Step 2: Add sprigs of mint to the cucumber in the glass and muddle with a spoon.

Step 3: Add THC or CBD tincture to the glass, on top of the cucumber and mint.

Step 4: Fill the glass with ice and pour the soda water on top.

Enjoying Marijuana Drinks

Marijuana drinks and cannabis mocktails are a fun, unique way to enjoy cannabis, whether you’re at home winding down for the day or serving them at a social event. Get the cannabis ingredients you need at your favorite local dispensary

Recreational cannabis is not available in all states. Cannabis is for medical use only and may only be used by certified patients in Pennsylvania. State laws impact what dispensaries can and can’t sell to recreational customers and certified patients. Not every type of product, consumption method, dosage form, or potency mentioned on this blog will be permitted in all locations.

You assume full responsibility for using your best judgment when cooking with raw ingredients such as beef, poultry, or eggs, and seeking information from an official food safety authority if you are unsure. You must also take care to not physically injure yourself by coming into contact with hot surfaces, sharp blades, and other kitchen hazards. It is your responsibility to review all listed ingredients in a recipe before cooking to ensure that none of the ingredients may cause a potential adverse reaction to anyone eating the food based on recipes featured in this blog post. This includes allergies, pregnancy-related diet restrictions, etc. Please consult with your medical professional before using any recipe if you have concerns about how you may individually react to the use of any particular recipe or ingredient. By voluntarily creating and using any recipe provided here, you assume the risk of any potential injury that may result. All information provided regarding nutrition in this post is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Content related to nutrition is not medical advice nor is it intended to replace medical advice. This post is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any disease, condition, illness, or injury. Before beginning any diet program, modifying your diet, or making changes to the diet of a child in your care, including following the nutrition information available in this post, you should seek advice from a licensed professional.The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the statements contained in any information on this Website. Individual results may vary. We are not responsible for any liability, loss, or damage, caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the nutrition information available in this post. The author disclaims liability for incidental or consequential damages and assumes no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage suffered by any person as a result of use of the information provided in this blog post. The author assumes or undertakes no liability for any loss or damage suffered as a result of the use of any information found on this Website. From time to time, this Website will publish content with recipes. All such recipes have been tried and used successfully, but results may vary from person to person. Consult your medical professional before using any recipe if you have concerns about how you may individually react to the use of any particular recipe or ingredient. By voluntarily creating and using any recipe provided here, you assume the risk of any potential injury that may result.