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Swimming in Citrus

This pairing combines the Hash Frontier Lemon Dough Flower with a Unicorn Vodka Lemon Drop.

Surprise your taste buds with a flower and cocktail pairing with a twist! Americans love a gimmick (and so do stoners), so we worked up a lemon drop pairing that doesn’t look like your typical drink. But first, we must get stoned … and the Lemon Dough from The Hash Frontier is oozing with bright citrus gas that ignites the senses.

The buds are deep green and frosty, with a medium density that breaks up easily for smoking – covering the fingers in sticky trichomes while releasing a funky, rich haze of sour lemons as the flower is loaded. First tokes are citrusy, with a complex earthy-cookies exhale that’s delicious and heady – flooding the senses with a stoned-but-energetic buzz that’s perfect for quittin’ time. 

Paired with the Unicorn Lemon Drop – a tea-infused, color-changing vodka that goes from clear to purple with the addition of citric acid – the Lemon Drop tastes like the real thing, even if the sugary tart treat is playing games with the color. Together, the pairing delivers an uplifting, high-class buzz that feels sophisticated, glowy and perfect for a post-Labor Day party. Just don’t spill the purple drink on your white outfit!


2 oz chilled Unicorn Butterfly Pea Vodka
2 oz fresh Lemon juice
½ oz simple syrup
lemon to garnish


Add lemon juice and simple syrup to cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until cold. Add ice to rocks glass. Pour lemon juice and simple syrup over ice. Pour Unicorn Butterfly Pea Vodka over lemon juice. Stir slowly to mix. Garnish with lemon wedge or wheel.

Grown by: The Hash Frontier | 20.99% THC | 2.15% Terpenes

unicorndistillery.com | @thehashfrontier | @unicorndistillery

Photos by @bermanphotos

This article was originally published in the September 2023 issue of Alaska Leaf.

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