If you want to go to a space to experience a wave of euphoria and change of perception, most likely it's going to be a bar. But what if you could improve your serotonin levels, remove stress, and feel better on a cellular level without alcohol? Well then you can try out Kin Euphorics. The brand creates a beverage called High Rhode made from balancing adaptogens, replenishing nootropics, and nourishing botanicals that tap into the chemicals in your body to improve your mood. While you can achieve this state of bliss by purchasing the drink on your own, the company just opened up Kin House L.A. as a place to gather and change your perception with other people.
The beautiful space is an oasis brought to life by creative producer Sarah Fatheree and experiential creator John Sharp. With a futuristic maximalist edge, the amazing interiors set the stage for connection and creativity. With items like a 1984 Vladimir Kagan semi-circular sofa, a totem by Ben Medansky, and a rose quartz mosaic sculpture by Bradley Duncan Studios welcoming you in to the space, you know it's a place designed to inspire, cultivate community, and demystify the world of euphorics.
"Kin House is not only a full manifestation of the different feelings you experience with Kin Euphorics, but it is also a physical representation of our philosophy when we think about creativity and conscious connection that we promote across the board, with the community that we are building," says founder Jen Batchelor. "We are creating the canvas for the community to come and paint it."
Kin House L.A. hopes to host happy hours, dinners, and events with its monthly programming alongside creators, artists, and thought leaders. With euphorics enhancing every experience, we can only imagine what incredible moments will be shared in this truly beautiful new space.