This THC drink recipe for cannabuttered bourbon and ginger is a great way to toasty up on a cold day. This drink recipe using cannabutter will be a favorite at football parties, let guests adjust the amount of cannabutter used to elevate their spirits based on desired potency.
Ingredients: cannabuttered bourbon and ginger
- 1 1/2 oz. bourbon
- 1 oz. ginger-flavored brandy
- 1 tsp. cannabutter (see below for cannabutter recipes)
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 6 oz. apple juice
- freshly grated nutmeg
How to make a cannabuttered bourbon and ginger: THC drink recipe
This THC drink recipe is meant for one serving. Quantities can easily be multiplied to serve a larger group. Adjust the level of cannabutter in accordance to how potent the cannabutter was prepared. Pour bourbon and ginger brandy into large coffee mug.
- Add cannabutter and cinnamon stick to the mug.
- Heat apple juice to near boiling (but do not boil) and pour into mug.
- Stir until butter dissolves. Sprinkle with nutmeg.
How to make the cannabutter used in this THC infused drink recipe
You won’t need a lot of cannabutter for this cannabutter bourbon and ginger recipe, so it’s helpful to make a bigger batch and then store some of it for later usage. Here’s some links on how to make cannabutter depending upon what type of marijuana product you have available:
- How to make cannabutter from marijuana buds and/or trim
- How to make cannabutter from kief or dry ice hash
- How to make cannabutter from shatter/dabs/BHO
- How to make cannabutter from bubble hash
- How to make cannabutter from scissor hash
How much THC is in this drink recipe?
This recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of butter, which is the equivalent of 1/24th of a full stick. So if you made your cannabutter with a THC potency of 1000 mg, each teaspoon would have 42 mg THC. If your stick of cannabutter had 700 mg total THC, then each teaspoon would have 30 mg THC.
Check out the links above to learn how to correctly dose the THC potency of cannabutter used in THC drink recipes.
If you are new to edibles, always limit your dosage until you’re sure you can handle larger amounts. Use caution mixing booze and THC infused drinks or weed edibles.