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Herbworthy | 10.20.2022

Herbworthy: Little Saints Spicy Margarita Plant Magic Mocktail

Welcoming you to the world of Plant Magic Mocktails.

Social settings don’t always need to be packed with booze. In fact, many Gen Zs would rather use cannabis or shrooms over alcohol. The sober curious movement is finally upon us.

With plant-based lifestyles on the rise now more than ever, we have many social-setting treats to choose from, whether that’s a psilocybin microdose, a traditional joint, or a Plant Magic Mocktail.

What exactly is a Plant Magic Mocktail, you might ask? Let’s introduce you to Little Saints, the makers of mood-lifting, non-alcoholic, sugar-free mushroom mocktails.

Each non alcoholic beverage comes in a classic cocktail flavor, and they were designed to help manifest joy and positivity into whatever setting you drink them in. Today, we’re discussing Little Saints’ Spicy Margarita Plant Magic Mocktail and putting it to the Herbworthy test.

About Little Saints' Spicy Margarita Plant Magic Mocktail

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Inside each of Little Saints’ mocktails are a “plant magic blend” including the following ingredients:

  • Hemp-Derived CBD
  • Botanical Terpenes
  • Reishi Mushroom

Plus, each mushroom drink contains zero sugar and the cleanest ingredients you could ask for. I picked up the Spicy Margarita Plant Magic Mocktail, which instantly took me to warm sunsets on the beach.

The refreshing notes of lime juice paired with the mild jalapeno and orange blossom added a bright tanginess reminiscent of a classic vacation beverage.

It helps that the color looks like a yellow sunset, thanks to the turmeric. If you really want to get fancy, serve it on the rocks in a glass with jalapeno garnish for a true chef’s kiss.

This dainty non alcoholic beverage only contains 5 calories and the following ingredients:

  • Carbonated Water
  • Natural Flavors
  • Monk Fruit Juice Concentrate
  • 10mg Hemp-Derived CBD Nano Emulsion
  • Botanical Terpenes (D-limonene, Beta-caryophyllene, Myrcene, Linalool, Beta-pinene, & Other Terpenes)
  • Reishi Mushroom Extract
  • Citric Acid
  • Salt
  • Turmeric (for color)

Is Little Saints' Spicy Margarita Herbworthy Certified?

After a few sips with the warm summer breeze by my side, I quickly realized how breezy I was feeling myself.

It was an exquisite experience on my palate, refreshing my tastebuds with delicious terpenes and mood-enhancing scents.

For these reasons, I’m happy to give Little Saints’ Spicy Margarita Plant Magic Mocktail a rating of 5, an official Herbworthy Certified rating. For more information on how we rate products, check out our Herbworthy Scorecard.

We rate edibles like beverages based on four main factors:

  • Flavor
  • Ingredients
  • Safety
  • Effectiveness

There’s no denying that this mushroom drink was effective. I felt cool as a cucumber after sipping half of it, thanks to the relaxing nature of reishi mushrooms and CBD.

The ingredients within the beverage are perhaps some of the cleanest, most purposeful, and most intentional ingredients I’ve ever seen in a plant-based beverage.

It’s not only safe for our health, but the hemp-derived CBD is non-psychoactive, so it won’t produce any high or disoriented feelings. It’s by far one of the most flavorful and effective alternatives to alcohol, and one that’s sugar-free too.

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