butter Unveils New THC Honey with Bees in the D Collaboration

July 10th, 2024 Products & Reviews
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butter, a prominent name in the cannabis retail industry, has launched its latest product: two varieties of THC-infused honey. This innovative product, developed in collaboration with Bees in the D and Hunna, is a tribute to Michigan through the use of local ingredients and community-oriented initiatives. Available starting on July 10th, Oil Day, this limited-edition offering can be purchased exclusively at butter's retail locations.

butterhas built a reputation for creating exceptional, innovative spreadable edibles that redefine consumer interactions with cannabis. The new THC honey is a testament to this legacy, adding a sophisticated touch to butter's array of infused butters and spreads. Infused with Live Rosin from Hunna and containing 200mg of THC, the honey incorporates butter's Breath Mints flower, grown in Flint, MI. The honey itself is sourced from Bees in the D, gathered from hives in Palmer Park and Blake's Farm.

Bees in the D, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reviving Michigan's bee populations, plays a crucial role in this collaboration. With over 200 hives in the metro Detroit area, their sustainable beekeeping practices focus on the gentle and long-term preservation of bee populations. In support of their mission, butter will donate $1 from each jar of THC-infused honey sold to bee preservation efforts across Michigan.

In conjunction with the launch of the THC honey, butterwill also introduce Bloomer plantable wax tip cones in its stores. These cones feature biodegradable filter tips embedded with a proprietary blend of noninvasive wildflower seeds. This initiative aims to support pollinators like honeybees and butterflies by providing them with essential pollen sources.

The THC-infused honey, priced at $45, will be exclusively available at butter's Berkley and Ann Arbor locations starting July 10th.

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