The 2019 holiday season is finally upon us, and the annual tradition of gift-giving has retailers across the country stocked to the hilt with all of their latest offerings of new, cool, exciting, and special items for people to purchase as presents for friends or family.
But you’re looking to deviate from the standard holiday gifting of items like electronics, clothing, or jewelry, and would like to get something tasty for someone special this holiday season, the Have A Good Day company (Good Day) is offering a delicious selection of cannabidiol (CBD) infused drinks that are refreshingly organic, full of flavor, and make perfect presents.
For a proper pick-me-up in the morning or at any time during the day or night, Good Day’s zero-calorie Cold Brew Coffee is a robust, full-bodied, premium beverage that provides a flavorful clean boost of energy without the jitters.
The Cold Brew Coffee, which is made with only filtered water, organic coffee, organic coconut oil, and 15mg of hemp-derived CBD, can be enjoyed by itself or on ice with your favorite creamers or sweeteners.
While sparkling water has existed for a very long time, the emergence of new brands has helped grow the drink’s popularity in recent years, and Good Day has entered the game with their own tasty take on the beverage.
Good Day’s Citrus Sparkling Water is a healthy infusion of hemp-derived CBD and a zesty blend of organic grapefruit, lime, and mandarin orange flavors to delight the tastebuds.
For some extra relaxation in the evening or a little downtime during the day without feeling sleepy, Good Day’s Chamomile Herbal Tea is a delicious 10-calorie mix of chamomile tea, Vitamin C, and organic lemon and lemongrass flavors.
Each unsweetened 8oz can of Good Day drinks is infused with 15mg of hemp-derived CBD and is made with organic coconut oil, filtered water, organic flavors, and no additives or preservatives.
Drink packs include seven cans of Good Day beverages, which can be mixed and matched, and are available on the company website for $35 or at the discounted subscription rate (15 percent) of $29.75.