A Sugary Sipper (Plus CBD!) — CBD Cotton Candy Martini

Source: Talent Resources

Jan. 26 2022, Published 9:45 a.m. ET

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What’s a county fair without a cone of cotton candy? This wispy wonder has been delighting folks of all ages since the early 1900s. But that doesn’t mean you have to wait till a fall festival comes to your town to enjoy this treat. Indeed, there’s now a fun martini variation that draws inspiration from this airy confection!

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Please don’t forget to add a little CBD oil to this sugary drink. Just a drizzle of Tribe CBD oil is enough to quell even the most severe sugar rush.

CBD Cotton Candy Martini Recipe

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Ironically, the man most people credit with inventing cotton candy was one of the 19th century’s most famous dentists. Historians claim Dr. William J. Morrison created the first cotton candy machine in the 1890s. Along with a business associate named John C. Wharton, Dr. Morrison helped popularize cotton candy at 1904’s St. Louis World Fair.

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Although cotton candy will increase your risk for cavities, many people claim it isn’t the worst treat on earth. And, if you just look at the numbers, these foodie fans may have a point.

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For starters, cotton candy has zero saturated or trans fats. Also, a standard cotton candy cone has roughly 30 grams of sugar. While that’s far from ideal, it’s also way less than most candy bars and sodas.

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So, even though cotton candy will never be a superfood, it may be a “lighter” alternative. Of course, for an even healthier snacking alternative, we’d recommend checking out Tribe’s all-natural CBD gummies!

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By the way, you could learn more about CBD’s effect on dental health, you have to read this previous blog post.

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• ½ oz vanilla-flavored vodka

• ½ oz raspberry-flavored vodka

• 1 oz cranberry juice

• A few pieces of cotton candy

• 1 dropperful Tribe CBD oil

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• Pour vodka and cranberry juice in a cocktail shaker

• Add ice and shake for a few seconds

• Strain into a pre-chilled martini glass

• Garnish with cotton candy and Tribe CBD oil

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Here’s a fun trivia question to ask your friends: What was the original name for cotton candy?

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Do you need a hint? Well, remember that Dr. Morrison was a dentist. What do most dentists tell us to do every time we get a cleaning?

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If you guessed “floss,” then you’re close enough! The first name for cotton candy was “fairy floss.”

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By the way, the most popular color for cotton candy remains pink, but blue is a close second. If you’d like to swap out the colors in your cotton candy martini, you could easily experiment with alternative ingredients or food coloring. A few examples to consider include Midori for green, creme de violette for purple, and blue curacao for, well, blue!

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Sweet CBD Without The Empty Calories — Tribe’s Hemp CBD Gummies

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CBD gummies are gaining popularity for their delicious flavors and discretion. You could easily slip these fruity treats into your workday without anyone knowing you’re getting some CBD. Plus, when you go with a brand like Tribe CBD, you don’t have to worry about eating artificial ingredients or unnecessary fillers. We always triple-check our CBD products meet incredibly high purity standards.

For more information on Tribe’s CBD gummies, check here.


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