Happi — a cannabis-infused seltzer brand — has announced that it will be bringing its seltzers to Minnesota in partnership with Chill State Collective, the state’s first cannabis fulfillment and co-packing house and distribution center.
As one of Chill State Collective’s inaugural partners, Happi will launch the industry’s first infused functional beverages Happi Glow, available in a Blood Orange Ginger flavor, and Happi Nightcap, available in Turkish Apple Tea, as well as two original flavors: Lemon Elderflower and Raspberry Honeysuckle.
Happi Glow and Happi Nightcap are made for specific needs, such as increasing sleep or focus. Each formula features unique blends of minor cannabinoids paired with functional lion’s mane or reishi mushrooms. Happi Glow promotes calm and focus and is made for daytime use, whereas Happi Nightcap focuses on increasing sleep and is generally for nighttime use.
“We all need something to brighten up the winter months, like a bright, bubbly Happi in hand,” said Lisa Hurwitz, president and co-founder of Happi. “There’s a Happi for any occasion, and everyone deserves some extra happi-ness these days. We can’t wait for Minnesotans to find their Happi with us.”
“Finding like-minded partners in the cannabeverage space is key to success, and Happi is a perfect fit for us,” said Rob Shellman, Chill State Collective principal and program director. “Their innovation in formulas and flavor profiles will bring something special to the state of Minnesota, and we are eager to build our partnership further.”
Chill State Collective will also be the production partner as Happi expands to select states and online. Happi can be found in-store at select retailers, as well as online.
Happi was co-founded in Michigan in 2021 by CEO Joe Reynolds and president Lisa Hurwitz, a CPG and cannabis industry expert with a career-long focus on women’s brands and products.
Chill State Collective was launched in January 2023 by Fair State Brewing Cooperative, the state’s first and largest beer cooperative. Chill State Collective created a new model for cannabeverage distribution in the state.