Young Millennial From London launches cannabis-infused gin on a tiny budget of £1,000

Young Millennial From London launches cannabis-infused gin on a tiny budget of £1,000

Cannabis-infused products are paving their way across the globe. Recently, a young girl from London launched a cannabis-infused gin drink at an affordable price of just £1,300. Sally Wynter, a self-proclaimed foodie, from Haringey, this week unveiled Sweet Hibiscus, her debut beverage from her new sprit brand MUHU.  The drink is infused with cannabidiol or popularly known as CBD, the nonpsychoactive substance found in hemp plants, a cannabis genus plant. The CBD is imported from Canada, where production and sale of hemp is legal.  Since CBD is both flavorless and colorless, it doesn’t impact the quality or the flavor of the liquor, which is brewed in Birmingham.  Wynter, 24, says she first came up with the idea of a cannabis-infused drink at a beach party in Thailand. She started calling up distilleries when she got back home and asked about the process of making gin. With a shoestring budget backed up my freelancing work, Wynter managed to create, launch, test and get a distillery onboard all for about £1,300.  She said that Gin has been her long-time favorite drink, but she always thought that the flavors available in the UK market lacked excitement in them. Additionally, they also didn’t appeal…

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