Smoking cannabis isn’t the only way to consume the herb these days. In fact, there are many options out there that offer a new way to savor weed: drinking. From energy drinks to smoothies, you can infuse just about any beverage that comes to mind. But did you know that you can also add cannabis to your alcohol? Indeed, infusing alcohol with weed allows you to get double the buzz. If you are ready to dive into the world of cannabis-infused alcohol, here are seven beverages you can buy right now.
1. Melissa Etheridge’s cannabis-infused wine tincture
Melissa Etheridge is currently working on psychoactive cannabis-infused wine. For legal purposes, however, she is referring to them as wine tinctures.
Not only does her wine provide the typical buzz you get from alcohol, but also a full body buzz thanks to the cannabis. Although you can’t pick a bottle up just yet, you can sign up here to reserve one signed by the singer herself.
2. Hemp ale beer
3. Mary Jane Wines
Mary Jane Wines are the first hemp CBD table wines to come into this world. Not only do the wines provide the healing and medicinal properties of hemp, but they also are made using only the best grapes.
Not everyone can get their hands on this wine. However, with a medical card, Fog City Collective patients in California are able to enjoy this alternative form of consuming cannabis.
4. Euphoria Cannabis beer
This beer, in particular, combines two Czech traditions: cannabis craftsmanship and beer brewery. In fact, it contains hemp that grows in Switzerland. Equally important, there are no preservatives or additives in Euphoria Cannabis beer.
5. Humboldt’s Finest
If you love vodka, then you’re going to love Humboldt’s Finest. Not only does Humboldt Distillery infuse their vodka with cannabis, but there’s also zero THC. Therefore, it’s entirely legal to sell. Although there’s no THC, you can still taste every bit of fresh cannabis in this vodka.
6. Left Coast Hemp Vodka
Victoria’s Distillers adds organic Canada-grown hemp seeds to their Left Coast Hemp Vodka. According to the tasting note on the company’s website, it describes Left Coast as having a hazelnut flavor with a hint of spice. Furthermore, it’s apparently smoother than velvet and provides a long and clean finish.
7. General Washington’s Secret Stash IPA
Another cannabis-infused beer is General Washington’s Secret Stash IPA. Although the beer does contain cannabinoids, it lacks THC. Specifically, the beverages have 4 milligrams of cannabinoids per pint. Though this beer won’t get you high, you can still reap the health benefits of cannabis while drinking it.
Remember, cannabis and alcohol can affect people differently. Consume responsibly!