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TweetBy Warren Bobrow @warrenbobrow The Hoochie Coochie Man is my twisted take on the beverage commonly known as a lassi. But first, what is a lassi? This drink is a tangle of not-so-exotic ingredients such as yoghurt, fruit pulp or puree, and near-eastern spices such as cardamom and clove. Refreshing to
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TweetTry this infused condensed milk recipe for your next cup of Thai iced tea, Vietnamese coffee, or canna-mocktail. It won’t upset the family members who don’t care for the smell of burning herb filling in the air! Ingredients cannabis flower condensed milk LEVO Prep Pack your LEVO herb pod with
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Tweet I like to infuse condensed milk. It’s so versatile. Adding that little lagniappe (a little bit extra) to your mixer. It’s now a cannabis infused condensed milk, all ready for your morning Vietnamese coffee or whatever you add it to from cannabis mocktails to tres leches cake. It doesn’t upset
TweetOne of my favorite ways to restart the morning after a rambunctious evening is with the cocktail, or mocktail named the Bloody Caesar. In the Northern climes up in Canada they prepare their classic “Bloody Marys” with Clamato juice instead of using just plain tomato juice. The distinct touch of
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TweetHow a leafy green plant is spreading its seeds within a billion dollar industry Mixologists have entered a new era behind the bar. Guests are gravitating towards more interesting ingredients, the more bizarre, the better. One unlikely element popping up on bar menus is Cannabidiol oil, more commonly known as