Happi is launching its newest variety of cannabis-infused seltzers — alongside its core flavors — in Maine in time for Labor Day Weekend.
These seltzers are made with vegan ingredients and contain between 2.5 mg and 10 mg THC per can. Additionally, each can has 25 calories or fewer.
Happi will bring three of its fan-favorite flavors from Michigan: Lemon Elderflower, Raspberry Honeysuckle, and Pomegranate Hibiscus. Mainers will also get a taste of Happi's new flavor, Lime Wild Mint.
Lime Wild Mint (25 calories, 5 mg THC): Carbonated water, organic agave nectar, organic pomegranate juice, organic lime juice, natural flavors, Vitamin C, cannabis extract.
Lemon Elderflower (15 calories, 2.5 mg THC): Carbonated water, organic agave nectar, organic lemon juice, natural flavors, Vitamin C, cannabis extract.
Raspberry Honeysuckle (20 calories, 5 mg THC): Carbonated water, organic agave nectar, organic raspberry juice, natural flavors, organic lemon juice, Vitamin C, cannabis extract.
Pomegranate Hibiscus (25 calories, 10 mg THC): Carbonated water, organic agave nectar, organic pomegranate juice, natural flavors, organic lemon juice, Vitamin C, cannabis extract.
Happi was launched in Michigan in 2021 by Chief Happi Officer Joe Reynolds, who saw an opportunity to develop a precisely-dosed cannabis beverage, and President Lisa Hurwitz, a CPG and cannabis industry expert with a career-long focus on women's brands and products. In Maine, Happi is produced by CannaNectar Canning Co.
"We're proud to give Mainers a taste of something new with the launch of Happi," Hurwitz says. "Our seltzers are made to be enjoyed during all of life's moments. They're refreshing and available in a variety of doses, meaning there is truly a Happi for everyone and every occasion. While we may not be able to change the world, we look forward to helping folks in Maine find their Happi place."
Happi will be available next week at select dispensaries, including Cannabis Cured, Silver Therapeutics, and Venus and Mars. In the coming weeks, the brand plans to expand to more dispensaries across Maine.