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So we've got weed in your brownies, weed in your ice cream (believe me, I just Googled it), and now it seems that weed has gone into completely new territory - your liquor cabinet. Yes, thanks to Humboldt Distillery, weed-infused vodka is here, making the world a Grateful Dead concert one Bloody Mary at a time.
Okay, so SPOILER ALERT: It's only 0.3% THC, which means drinking this vodka will probably not get you high. Well, unless you drink a few bottles, but by then you'll be too busy puking you probably wouldn't even notice.
However, it will get you drunk, and Humboldt Distillery claims the small amount of THC will actually help you prevent that hangover. (Or at least lessen it a whole bunch.)
The company also adds that the vodka tastes great as a substitute for regular vodka or gin in a number of different cocktails. But considering that it tastes like weed, chances are it probably makes everything taste disgusting. (Not that I'd know what weed tastes like. I've just heard stories.)

What do YOU guys think about weed-flavored alcohol? Would you actually try this stuff? Do you think this will start a trend of weed-infused liquors?

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@danidee Well, it claims that it might help prevent a hangover... which would make many college students want to buy it! It's possible that it may do nothing at all. At .03% THC, you're definitely not feeling it at all. On the taste... I don't know many people that enjoy the taste of it, when eating it. Most companies that make edibles or "budder" for edibles try really hard to eliminate the flavor. That way you get all of the effect, without that bitter, green taste. In just the few years it has been legal, here, I have learned so much about it, from growing it, to the end product. It really is a fascinating plant, with so many uses.
@ebethoven I know. I'm still laughing.
@TurtleyTurtles LOL It really seems that you have. That's really interesting.
This would be a great addition to a lot of cocktails. Could probably be substituted for basil in a lot of things.
@Dockins13 Got any cocktails in mind?