Let Them Eat CBD

Let Them Eat CBD

Montmartre, the stretch of twisty cobblestoned streets sweeping up to the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and its commanding view of Paris, has been a favorite on both the tourist and bohemian circuits for generations. If you were ever herded through Europe’s second-most visited city by a guidebook-clutching friend or as part of an organized tour, you likely swung through Montmartre. If you visited sometime in the past year, as I did, you may have strolled past one of the few places where you can legally buy cannabis in France, a country where high-THC cannabis is strictly prohibited and legalization is still a distant dream. From the outside, Deli-Hemp vaguely resembles a hip cafe serving fourth-wave coffee. Inside, there’s the minimalist’s aesthetic of egg-white walls and unpainted wood. But then there are the trimmed buds — unmistakably cannabis — in deep greens and purples, displayed underneath glass bells on a row of wall-mounted, bare-wood shelves. When I lift a bell to take a sniff, out wafts a wave of familiar terpenes: pine, lemon, and, from the bud labeled Tangie, sweet-and-sour tropical citrus. Oil extracted from plants like these are also available by the bottle, or, for a couple of euro, dropped into an espresso pulled from the machine behind the counter. Whether this is all legal, exactly, depends on whom you ask — if you ask, say, French authorities in certain cities where such establishments have had their wares seized, the answer is a firm non. But on this weekday afternoon in Paris, Deli-Hemp’s door…

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