3-9-17 Happy Thursday Everyone!
We hear a lot about cannabis edibles, but what about pot potables? Warren Bobrow’s new book, Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails, and Tonics: The Art of Spirited Drinks and Buzzworthy Libations (2016, Fairwinds) is now the definitive work on the topic. Beautifully produced and filled with lots of gorgeous full color photography, the hard cover book would make an excellent gift for all your toking and imbibing friends.
The publishers knew what they were doing when choosing Bobrow, master mixologist and creator of the popular Cocktail Whisperer blog, to tackle this topic. What follows is a collection of elegant artisanal marijuana infused drinks. Even better, Warren gives you the building blocks you will need to create your own liquid cannabis concoctions too. Not only will you learn to infuse all your favorite liquors, but also popular drink mixers like simple syrup, milk, cream, coconut cream, and maple syrup. He even teaches you how to make marijuana infused cocktail cherries!
“I tried so hard to make a difference by writing the first book on the topic,” says Bobrow. “I learned a lot while doing. I experimented on myself. It wasn’t always pretty. But I learned. I hope to change the way we do things. My drinks are delicious.”
Today’s Recipes: Marijuana Infused Happy Hour Snacks
In honor of featuring Warren Bobrow and Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails, and Tonics, I thought I would share some of my favorite Happy Hour Snack Recipes! Enjoy.
- Bud and Bacon Wrapped Dates with Jalapeno and Honey
- Sweet and Spicy Sativa Mixed Nuts Nut Mix
- Sweet and Spicy Mota Meatballs
- Sausage and Sativa Stuffed Mushrooms
- Sesame Honey Lime Chicken Wings
- Cannabis Kale Chips
See You Tomorrow!
“Cannabis” Cheri Sicard
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