Two Women Made the World’s First Cannabis-Infused Rosé

Each bottle is infused with 25 mg of THC and 5 mg of CBD.

Two women from separate industries combined their knowledge to make the world’s first cannabis-infused rosé.

House of Saka is a non-alcoholic cannabis-infused rosé. It was founded in 2018 after cannabis industry insider Cynthia Salarizadeh teamed up with wine industry veteran Tracey Mason.

According to Mason, the name House of Saka was inspired by the legend of the Saka.

“They were a group of ancient female warriors who are said to have ruled the world and conquered all they desired,” Mason said. “They were also known to have used cannabis in their pre-battle rituals and their rites of passage. So it felt fitting that a brand that was developed by and for really fierce women took on its name.”

House of Saka’s Pink and Sparkling Pink beverages use nanoemulsion technology in their proprietary formulations. The technology allows the cannabis oil to be broken down into water-soluble particles, allowing for immediate absorption. Mason says the process makes the rosé’s effects consistent and the onset effects come on very quickly.

Each House of Saka bottle is infused with 25 mg of THC and 5 mg of CBD. The rosé is currently available at the Lowell Café in Los Angeles and in select dispensaries throughout California.