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A new way to do Dry January

Giving up booze for January (or for good)? Enter: Rebel Rabbit High Seltzer.

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Move over, hard seltzer — we’re talking about high seltzer. For those embracing Dry January, cutting back on alcohol, or simply seeking a refreshing addition to your beverage lineup, Delta 9-infused seltzers are an intriguing option. Think: a relaxing, tasty sipping experience with all the buzz but none of the hangover.

Meet Rebel Rabbit, founded in 2021 in South Carolina, with a mission to create products that lead to healthier living. They created their all-natural, high-quality seltzer (crafted from just five ingredients) for anyone looking to cut back on alcohol while still being able to have fun and “drink” socially. Rebel Rabbit’s non-alcoholic seltzers are infused with hemp-derived Delta 9, a federally legal form of THC derived from Carolina-grown cannabis.

Say “high” to a new experience

Unlike traditional edibles that can take more than an hour to kick in, this seltzer has a rapid onset, with relaxation kicking in within 15 minutes. No more guesswork or unpredictable results. Shoppers can choose between two different concentration levels (Mild Hare 5mg or Wild Hare 10mg) in three different flavors: Mandarin Orange, Grapefruit, and Lemon Lime.

Integrating Rebel Rabbit into your mocktail rotation allows drinkers to find a fun and easy buzz that can:

  • improve relaxation
  • help sippers de-stress
  • elevate experiences
  • spark creativity
  • and more

Shop online or find Rebel Rabbit locally by using their store locator tool. Add to cart.


What kind of Delta 9 products have you tried? We’re curious.

Please note: Rebel Rabbit advises consumers to read the company’s terms and conditions, consult a physician before trying products, start only with small amounts, and to not consume products before driving or before a drug test. The information about providers and services contained in this newsletter does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CHStoday.