Kowloon THC Drinks

If you haven't heard by now, the infamous Kowloon Restaurant in Saugus, Massachusetts -- home of some of the most popular cocktails and Asian cuisine in all of New England -- has decided to come out with a line of THC-infused mai tai cocktails.

Recreational Weed Legal

Now, at first, reading that sentence may or may not raise some eyebrows, since some people may be shocked that it's actually legal to sell THC-infused anything at a restaurant; however, Massachusetts legalized recreational use of cannabis back in 2016.

Maine followed suit the same year, and in 2021, multiple dispensaries around Maine offered a 5mg non-alcoholic THC-infused beverage, Sea Dog Blue Paw THC Elixir, obviously a take off of the insanely popular Sea Dog Wild Blueberry Ale.


And whether you know from first-hand experience or you don't, regardless of using THC either through edible means or through smoking, it's widely known that after using, "the munchies" kick in and the desire for any and all kinds of food hits a high level.

And that desire and intense craving for food differs between people. Some want something salty like chips, some want something sweet like candy, some want something savory like pizza, and some want what is universally considered the end-all be-all of clutch takeout food:

Asian cuisine.

Google Maps / Photo by Rodion Kutsaiev on Unsplash / Tipsy Bartender via YouTube
Google Maps / Photo by Rodion Kutsaiev on Unsplash / Tipsy Bartender via YouTube

Inspired by Kowloon's move to include THC-infused mai tai offerings on their menu, we've decided to take it one step further and brainstorm a list of Asian cuisine menu items that can both create and satisfy the desire for the munchies all at the same time.

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These items will create and satisfy the munchies all at the same time!

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