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Meet Rebel Rabbit: a new way to do Sober Curious

Cutting back on booze (or giving it up for good)? Enter: THC-infused seltzer.

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Rebel Rabbit comes in two concentrations.

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Move over, hard seltzer — we’re talking about high seltzer. For those looking to cut back on alcohol (or just add a new drink to their menu), hemp-derived, THC-infused seltzer presents an option void of compromise. Unleash your inner rebel, transcend the ordinary, and discover the captivating world of Rebel Rabbit.

Founded in 2021, Rebel Rabbit was created based on the mission to provide more options to those who are sober curious, or simply curious. This all-natural, high seltzer transcends the boundaries of traditional adult beverages, opening up a world of choice for consumers looking to leave behind alcohol’s side effects without compromising their experience.

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Meet your new favorite drink.

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Rebel Rabbit’s non-alcoholic seltzers are infused with THC, which — yes — is 100% federally legal. Shoppers can choose between seltzer varieties with different concentration levels (read: Mild Hare with 5 mg, Wild Hare with 10 mg) and refreshing flavors including Grapefruit, Mandarin Orange, and Lemon Lime.

Ready to experience it for yourself? Shop online to find your new fave.

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 NOOGAtoday.

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