Fiji and France may have their own artesian water brands, but is their water bottled from hand-harvested Alaskan glaciers? We think not. And that’s what makes Holocene’s sparkling water special. Utilizing broken chunks of sea ice from Prince William Sound, every drop of water in a can of Holocene has been hand-collected by an Alaskan. If that wasn’t enough, a 12oz can also has 10mg of nano-CBD from organic hemp.
Although water isn’t exactly known for having a distinct flavor profile, Holocene’s water does have a noticeably mineral taste. Perhaps enhanced by carbonation, the flavor is akin to drinking from a stream while hiking. Both refreshing and distinctive, Holocene has also stepped up its game by offering black cherry and raspberry lime varieties. The smell is more robust than the taste, so to make the most of your drinking experience, we’d recommend sneaking a whiff of the water before each sip to fully enjoy the flavor.
With 10mg of CBD per serving, Holocene isn’t a heavy hitter. But don’t knock it just yet … if you’re anything like us and suffer from wicked cottonmouth after toking, Holocene is a great way to quench your thirst while also enhancing your high.
This article was originally published in the April 2022 issue of Alaska Leaf.
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