Kin Euphorics
Kin Euphorics

OTHER INGREDIENTS

Carbonated water, white grape juice concentrate, xylitol, gentian root extract, orange peel extract, licorice root extract, bitter orange extract, citric acid, ginger extract, orange extract, potassium sorbate, xanthan gum, acacia gum

Kin Euphorics
Kin Euphorics

OTHER INGREDIENTS

Purified water, xylitol, hibiscus extract, gentian root extract, orange peel extract, licorice root extract, bitter orange extract, citric acid, potassium sorbate, xanthan gum, acacia gum.

8OZ READY TO DRINK

Kin Spritz

500 ML BOTTLE

High Rhode

READY TO DRINK

Kin Spritz

BRING BLISS WHEREVER SUMMER TAKES YOU.

Kin Spritz is a ready-to-drink euphoric that gives you a blissful buzz without the booze. Created from a stack of balancing adaptogens, replenishing nootropics, and nourishing botanics, we took our favorite euphoric recipe and canned it. The result: crisp citrus, earthy hibiscus, and a kick of ginger that you can take anywhere.


With four cans per pack (and zero alcohol among them), you can bring to beaches, pack for parks, or enjoy at festivals without thinking twice. No matter where the party takes you, count on a blissful rise into the night with no regrets the next day — just grab and flow.

THE FEELING

RISING BLISS

INGREDIENTS

Adaptogens

Rhodiola supports the balance of cortisol, the stress hormone that triggers fight or flight.

NOOTROPICS

GABA, 5-HTP, citicoline, and tyrosine stimulate bliss by supporting neurotransmitter levels in charge of mood, pleasure, and reward.

BOTANICS

Hibiscus and other ingredients like gentian and licorice round out flavor and function.

SERVING

ADVISORY

THE TASTE

SUMMER SPRITZ

Sparkling hibiscus and refreshing citrus with a ginger kick — the perfect spritz for summer. For best effects, sip socially.

THE MAGIC

BLISS IS NOT ONE RISE FITS ALL

Euphorics feel different for everyone. For some, it’s a mind-melting calm. For others, it’s an uplifting buzz. You are just as much of an ingredient as the ones inside the can. Why? Adaptogens adapt to your body. Like a thermostat, they tune up or down depending on what you need to reach your bliss point. When you experience an elevated state, your perception will change based on set and setting. In other words, you may feel one thing during a lively party and another at a quiet dinner. Your unique neurochemistry and hormones — along with sleep quality and stress levels — all have an effect on how euphorics affect you.