Carl’s Jr. will be selling cannabis this 420 at one of its Denver locations! Yep, you read that right! If you are 18 or older, you can head over to 4050 Colorado Blvd. in Denver on April 20, 2019, and try a CBD infused burger at Carl’s Jr. It will feature a sauce that contains 5 milligrams of hemp-derived CBD. This tasty culinary concoction will be called the Rocky Mountain High Cheeseburger Delight. The burger will feature pepper jack cheese, pickled jalapenos, and two beef patties with CBD infused Carl’s Jr. Sante Fe sauce and a side of waffle fries.
Carl’s Jr. Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight
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CBD Burgers Could Be An Elevated Hit
Recently a group of professional culinary experts set out to evaluate the “in trends” for 2019 when it comes to food. The #1 and #2 spots went to CBD infused food and beverages as the top culinary trends for 2019. This shows there is a substantial likelihood that potentially millions of people would entertain the thought of enjoying CBD infused burgers. Just think for a minute of what a healthier world it could be if McDonald’s next “1 Billion Served” was all infused with CBD.
Are Other Fast Food Chains Likely To Follow?
There’s no word whether Arby’s, Sonic, or Buffalo Wild Wings will experiment with CBD infused foods in the future. Roark Capital Group is the equity firm that owns all of the entities mentioned above as well as Carl’s Jr. Unlike Wendy’s, McDonald’s, or various other rival fast food restaurant chains Carl’s Jr. does not publically trade on any market.
Carl’s Jr. Could Set The CBD Fast Food Trend
Cannabis legalization will happen. The government can no longer keep the information about this widely misunderstood plant cloaked in a smokescreen of confusion. The fast-food chain that is the first to lead the CBD game will most likely rein when it comes to the future of their success. For now, it looks like Carl’s Jr. will be the leader. Let’s see who follows. If you get the chance to try the burger, please let us know how it is.