Azuca Introduces Breakthrough Innovation for Infused Chocolate: “Azuca Chocolate Activator™” Powered by TiME INFUSION™
Azuca Introduces Breakthrough Innovation for Infused Chocolate: “Azuca Chocolate Activator™” Powered by TiME INFUSION™ -Stop…
There is no doubt that New York City is changing. Some things are certainly for the better. With open minds the region is always known for taking the latest in everything from food, tech and healthy living and running with it.
Over an exclusive soiree where guests enjoyed the world-famous brunch selections of Silver Dollar Pancakes and Avocado Toast, the line was officially launched. There is a lot to offer with Azuca and the benefits are truly limitless.
The fast-acting cannabis edibles and ingredients are made from chef-quality, all-natural ingredients. The product suite—which leverages first-of-its-kind, patent-pending technology—will fill the cannabis industry’s demand for a trustworthy product.
“Azuca is an idea that stems from both my career as a chef and entrepreneur, as well as my recognition of the cannabis industry’s critical need for trustworthy edibles, both for medical and adult use purposes,” stated the chef. “Our products taste great, and are safer and more predictable.”
Azuca launches with a variety of cannabis-infused sweeteners and syrups, which can be added to food and beverages as the building blocks of a sophisticated culinary cannabis experience.
Over coffee and refreshing lemonade guests sampled the product line includes a wide range of syrup flavors, such as almond, ginger, pomegranate, grapefruit and vanilla. Azuca products enable consumers to create their own flavor combinations. Azuca sweeteners are available in varieties such as demerara cane sugar, maple sugar, coconut sugar, stevia, date sugar and agave.
Cannabidiol (CBD) Azuca products can be purchased in New York at Bubby’s restaurants inside lemonades, coffees or teas starting today. In legal marijuana markets, Azuca will be launching THC-based products sold through licensed dispensaries, beginning in Massachusetts this summer.