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WHITE PEACH & CARDAMOM SPARKLING BOTANICAL WATER

by Collective Project
THC 10.0mg CBD 10.0mg
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Original price
Current price $5.99
0.62g cannabis per unit SKU 1065125
Sparkling botanical water boasting sweet peach and cardamom flavours with 10mg THC and 10mg CBD.
  • Product details
  • Ingredients
  • Sweet and tangy, white peach pairs perfectly with warming cardamom in this sparkling botanical water. Juicy and bursting with flavour, fresh peach on the nose gives way to a mildly spicy finish. A balanced ratio of 10mg of THC and 10mg of CBD.
    • Produced in Ontario
    • Brand Collective Project
    • Producer Peak Processing Solutions
    • Type Blend
    • THC 10.0mg
    • CBD 10.0mg
    • Method of consumption INGEST
    • Extraction process Ethanol
    • Flavour(s) Cardamom, Peach
    • Caffeine per selling unit (mg) 0
    • Shelf stability minimum temperature (celsius) 2
    • Shelf stability maximum temperature (celsius) 25
    • Container size 355ml
    • Packaging material Aluminum
  • Ingredients

    Carbonated Water, Natural Flavour, citric acid, Coconut Oil, Cannabis distillate, Cardamon extract, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Acacia gum, Mixed Tocophenols, Quilaia Extract

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