Can I Use New Highs Tinctures in My Coffee?

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By Jaci Schreckengost

One of the newer trends in the world of CBD is using tincture in drinks. 

Why should I use CBD in drinks? 

Consumers on social media are trying CBD in drinks, and now, brands are doing their research on how to make it even easier for them. 

While some brands are releasing their own line of drinks, many consumers want to keep the same product they love and include it in their own beverage. 

Are people combining CBD and coffee? 

Our favorite question asked is: can I use CBD in my coffee? 

Absolutely. 

For many avid coffee drinkers, coffee and CBD are both great ways to start the day. Some have been wondering if there’s an easy way to combine parts of their morning routine. 

Some find that drinking coffee and CBD together is a great way to energize and relax at the same time. It’s a great way to boost your wellness to New Highs and feel ready to tackle the day ahead. 

Not a fan of coffee? 

That’s okay, too. New Highs tincture is great to use in any drink. 

If you’re more of a happy hour fan, there are options for you, too. New Highs CBD is great to use in a cocktail or mocktail. 

Warren Bobrow created New Highs CBD Cocktail, The Dreamer. This drink can be made as a cocktail or mocktail. Either way, it’s a refreshing drink for any evening — and a great way to consume CBD. 

More of a matcha fan? We’ve got you covered there, too! You can give Indigo & Haze’s New Highs CBD matcha a try! It’s a perfect pick me up for anytime in the day for the matcha fans. 

If you’ve tried New Highs CBD in coffee, Warren Bobrow’s cocktail or mocktail, Indigo & Haze’s matcha, or another drink, let us know what you think. Connect with us on social media by using #NewHighsCBD and @NewHighsCBD. 

Whether you need a great start to your morning or an afternoon pick-me-up, adding New Highs CBD to your coffee can elevate your drink — and your day.

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