Fairwinds created a unique pepper tincture that's unaffiliated with the official Sriracha sauce brand yet gives fans of all things spicy the ability to enjoy a product that's slightly spicier and enhanced with THC. The Sriracha THC Tincture is prepared with a combination of peppers, salt, vinegar, garlic extract and 100 milligrams of THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis.
In terms of heat, the product comes in between 8,000 and 10,000 on the Scoville Scale, making it comparable to a jalapeño pepper and slightly spicier than the classic Sriracha sauce. The Sriracha THC Tincture has the potential to be used on a range of dishes, including everything from noodle bowls and rolls of sushi to any other meals that would benefit from an instant spicy kick.
Changing regulations on cannabis have inspired many condiment manufacturers to enhance their products with both psychoactive and non-psychoactive compounds for value-added benefits.
Fairwinds' Pepper Tincture Enhances Noodle Bowls, Sushi and Other Meals
1. Cannabis-infused Condiments - Opportunity to create new condiment products that include THC or other cannabis compounds for added benefits and high demand in the cannabis market.
2. Spicy Edibles - Creating edibles infused with spicy flavors to tap into the growing demand for spicy food and the popularity of cannabis edibles.
3. Customized Flavor Enhancements - Developing personalized or customized THC-infused flavor enhancements that can be added to foods and beverages for a unique culinary experience.
1. Condiments Industry - Creating new product lines that incorporate cannabis compounds or spicy flavors for added value and to meet consumer demands.
2. Cannabis Industry - Leveraging changing regulations on cannabis to create innovative products that cater to a variety of consumer tastes and preferences.
3. Food and Beverage Industry - Expanding into the cannabis market by creating cannabis-infused food and beverages or incorporating cannabis compounds into existing products to offer added value and meet consumer demands.