Most stoners don’t appreciate alcohol and vice versa. Alcohol lovers aren’t too fond of the Bum Bhole either. But this particular product might just bring the two communities together and make people who like both, rejoice!
Winemakers in California are commercially producing marijuana-laced wines, known as Canna Vine. So now, you can get drunk and high at the same time
Last but not least, you better be ready to spend some serious green if you want to turn up with pot-laced pinot because this stoner-approved wine does not come cheap.
This honour comes with a few conditions.
- You can get your hands on a bottle of this elixir only on a prescription.
- It’s extremely expensive, like $120-400 for half a bottle.
- It’s only available in the state of California, US.
Aspiring cannabis wine-makers have to actually make wine because it’s the fermentation process that extracts the THC from the wine. Here’s a quick guide:
1. Buy a kit, available online or in home brew shops.
2. Drop 1 lb of cannabis into a cask of fermenting wine. The fermentation process converts the sugar in the grapes into alcohol, and the alcohol extracts THC from the cannabis.
3. Wait a minimum of 9 months before bottling.
4. What you do with that wine when it’s finished is between you, your doctor and your tog