• Tarukino Introduces New Cannabis-Infused Drinks

     
    FROM THE Spring 2018 ISSUE
     

    Seattle Company Offering up a Contact High

Tarukino, a Seattle-based maker of cannabis-infused products, has added six new drinks to its offerings.

"With these new products, we're here to show that when it comes to consuming cannabis, there is a great alternative to smoking," says Howard Lee, CEO of Tarukino Inc. "These products will also show consumers and other cannabis edible makers that quality products can be made without including cannabis smell or taste," says Lee. Tarukino uses its 

Tarukino uses its proprietary SōRSE emulsion technology to infuse cannabis into its products. The new drinks include Happy Apple Diet, a low-calorie version of its Happy Apple product line; Utopia, a zero-calorie sparkling water with natural fruit essences; Vertus, a Champagnestyle drink; Twisted Apple, a sparkling apple drink; and Reeb, a barley soda. In addition, Pearl20 Mini is a flavorless food and drink mixer. The products have been approved by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. 

In the early 1990s, Washington communities and activists had a vision of maintaining green wilderness and creating space where people could embrace the outdoors near urban cities like Seattle. “We’re all better and healthier when we’re connected to nature,” says Caroline Villanova, community and partnerships manager at Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.

 

Visit Seattle, in partnership with the King County government, will host “Cloudbreak: Seattle’s Revive Live Music Fest,” in support of Seattle’s music community. 

 

The Addition, also known as Summit, at the Seattle Convention Center (recently renamed from the Washington State Convention Center) is making steady progress toward completion. With only months of construction remaining, interior details are quickly taking shape. In other progress, construction has begun on the codevelopment office project by its new owner, Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. (HPP).