Beverages Health/Wellness Southwest Suppliers

Evo Hemp, Forest Coffee Trading Co. Create CBD Cold Brew Coffee

Forest Coffee, Evo Hemp

Evo Hemp has partnered with Denver, Colorado-based Forest Coffee Trading Co. to develop a CBD cold brew coffee.

The CBD Cold Brew uses coffee beans sourced from a micro-lot producer in northern Thailand and is then combined with 15 mg of Native American-grown Evo Hemp CBD extract in each 12-oz. bottle.

“Good ideas start with great coffee, and this is like a liquid hug for your brain,” Evo Hemp President Ari Sherman said. “This indigenous collaboration takes you from the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota to the Chiang Rai Province of Thailand where small, independent coffee farmers meticulously maintain their micro-lots and hand pick every coffee berry.”

The partnership with Forest Coffee Trading Co. is part of  Evo Hemp’s recently announced brand partnership initiative, which includes collaborations with Honeydrop Lemonade, The Feels Carob Bites and Defiance Fuel Water. Each product includes Evo Hemp CBD, produced by the Native Americans of the Pine Ridge Reservation and uses Evo Hemp Lab’s proprietary technology for producing water-soluble, full-spectrum hemp extracts in a liquid and powder form.

The Forest Coffee Trading Co. is a direct trade coffee roasting company.

“The focus of these partnerships is to combine our indigenous hemp extracts with our favorite products and brands, utilizing our proprietary Evo Hemp Infusion Technology,” said Sherman. “This will help grow our mission of providing high paying agricultural jobs to Native American tribes.”

Cases of 12 are available for purchase on the Forest Coffee Trading Co. website for $60. It sources its coffee beans from producer partners in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand’s northernmost province bordering Laos and Myanmar. They select from the top producing micro-lots in the Phahi Village.

Evo Hemp has established a supply chain of USA-grown hemp in an effort to help rebuild America’s agricultural system. The company also has a goal of making hemp products affordable for all consumers.

About the author

Renee Sexton

Renee Sexton

Renee is a graduate of the Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and worked more than two decades in broadcast and digital journalism before coming over to the print side.

Featured Photos

Featured Photo

Featured Video

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap