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Founded in beautiful Rogue Valley Oregon, Delta Alternatives’ specialty lies in extraction and processing. They make the most of THC and Delta products, creating smokable and edible products for you to enjoy and flourish in the benefits of the marijuana plant.
Since 2016, Delta Alternatives has perfected their craft in extraction and have been one of the top names in edible and delta 8 production. Which is why i’m curious and pumped to try out their products.
Today I will be reviewing the Happy Honey Delta 8 Infused Honey. As someone with a sweet tooth and a loving girlfriend who loves to bake, I am excited to taste this sweet, sweet treat.
I've tried plenty of edibles in my day and so it's safe to say I'm a veteran cannabis user and I'm used to all the effects of flower and edibles alike. One thing I am completely new to is making my own edibles, or THC infused sweets.
For those unfamiliar with Delta 8, it is a indica-like cannabinoid that promotes a happy euphoric feeling and relaxes and soothes you with its inflammation/pain relieving properties, all the more reason I was eager to try. If you have any questions about how Delta 8 affects you, read our article on Delta 8 here.
I was very eager to try my hand at making edibles, but I don't know how to bake or cook anything, so I recruited some help (my girlfriend). For this review, I am going to be making honey spice bread, replacing the usual honey recipe with the Happy Honey.
THC distillates usually don't taste great nor do they make good replacement ingredients so it was really refreshing trying something delicious and natural to replace the honey.
The Delta 8 infused honey came in standard packaging with ingredients, nutrition facts, and logo. The honey came in a syringe with 10mL of honey. The honey had a bright, brownish sappy color, much like standard honey.
The reason I chose honey spice bread was not only because it had honey as a key ingredient but because it had a short prep and baking time, only taking about 30 minutes to make.
I got the ingredients together, brown sugar, milk, flour, baking soda, eggs, etc, and of course the main ingredient, the Delta 8 infused honey. For this serving size, I decided to use the whole syringe, which is about 250mg of Delta 8.
After prepping and adding the ingredients, baking, and waiting for the bread to bake, we were finally ready to try our delicious goods. We decided to try these in the evening and decided to watch a movie to really take advantage of the effects.
I tried one slice, which is roughly about 21 mg of Delta 8 and it tasted delicious. Usually when I take edibles, I can taste the distinct bitterness of THC and with this homemade edible I didn't taste anything. I wasn't even sure if I used enough Happy Honey.
After about 45 minutes of watching the movie I started to feel a bit of a buzz, a good buzz. Before long we were cracking up laughing at the silliest parts of the movies, so it was safe to say we got our share of Delta 8.
We felt the effects well after the movie was over, lasting about 3-4 hours, and we were feeling good the entire time. We even had a great time washing dishes and cleaning up the messy kitchen while we were intoxicated by the Happy Honey.
I can't say I love honey as much as Pooh bear but I can definitely say I will be making all my sweet treats with Happy honey.
After trying the Happy Honey, it was no doubt why Delta alternatives is the master of extraction and edibles. They took what was already sweet and tasty and intensified the taste and made it something much more.
I was blown away by how much I loved the baked goods but also how great the Happy Honey was as a replacement for the regular, natural honey.
If you're looking to make your own baked goods or you have a sweet tooth, you can't go wrong with Happy Honey Delta 8 Infused Honey. It's something you will definitely not regret.
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