Cannabis-Infused Champagne: The Perfect Wedding Gift To Yourself

So, it’s your wedding day. Congratulations! And while this is a great moment, remember: wedding days are looooonnnngggg and they go in stages. First, of course, there’s the easy part when everyone gathers to find their seats. Then there’s the emotional section with people reading poems and the “Now you may kiss the” part. Then it’s dinner, which is followed by the party. Dancing grandparents and children surrounded by drunk groomsmen and bridesmaids. It’s a task to keep your sanity!

But once the event is over and you and your new spouse (!!!) can retire to your bedchambers and your party face can be taken off, there’s one thing that’s perfect to cap off the night: cannabis-infused champagne. And Vertus, the cannabis-infused champagne brought to you by the good folks at Tarukino, is Seattle’s top choice. It’s non-alcoholic (but can be mixed with alcohol) and if you’re already a little buzzed, Vertus can accentuate it. Or, if you need to wind down after all the hullabaloo, cannabis-infused champagne can help you nuptial Netflix and chill.

Just imagine: if the great Snoop Dogg got married tomorrow, would he reach for typical champagne or weed champagne? But if you need more convincing, here are the other Top 3 Reasons for keeping a bottle of Vertus by your bed table on your wedding night.

Hair of the wha? Gross! Do we really think the best hangover cure is drinking the stuff that gave you the hangover in the first place? Has a glass of old vodka ever sounded like a good idea in the morning? If the option is “hair of the” anything, don’t proceed. Instead, try delicious, drinkable infused bubbly weed champagne!

Vertus won’t wreck your day: Have you ever gotten buzzed from THC, gone through the day and woken up the next morning wondering why you made so many bad mistakes? Probably not. More likely, you got stoned and sat on the couch for 16 hours. Day drinking, however, only increases your chances at a broken afternoon. Choose wisely, young spouse.

Cannabis-infused champagne is not a depressant: If you want to get all sciencey (and why not, we love science!), alcohol is a depressant. Does the idea of a depressant sound fun when it comes to waking up after you wedding night? We didn’t think so! It’s honeymoon time!

Vertus: Make sure to follow us on Instagram @TarukinoINC. If you brought Vertus to your celebration, don’t forget to tag us in your photos at #drinkvertus.

Jacob Uitti

Jacob Uitti

Jake Uitti is a Seattle-based writer, Tarukino marketer, and Uber Eats aficionado. He thinks life is best with a hot (delivered) meal, a catchy song and a cold bottle of Happy Apple to split with a friend. Follow him at https://twitter.com/jakeuitti

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