9 cannabis gifts for the food and beverage cannaseur


Infused edibles and delicious cannabis products can stand out as thoughtful, fun, and unique gifts for hosts and loved ones during any time of the year, but many are especially well-suited to seasonal gatherings and feasts. From sharable infused caramels to terpy strains that enhance every step leading up to a party, there’s something for every 420-friendly chef, mixologist, and host on this list.  Below, check out nine unique gifts for the cannabis-loving gastronomes in your life.  For the munchies lover: Stone Road Hash-Infused Pre-Rolls  The beautifully and sustainably packaged 5-pack prerolls from Stone Road contain an eighth of cannabis in total. And the hash-infused version offers a nice, strong body high — kind of like an aperitif to stimulate the appetite, or a digestif to promote digestion.  Stone Road is an inclusive and nature-forward brand that specializes in small, limited releases; its organic flower is grown on an off-grid farm in Nevada City, California, and each joint is lovingly rolled by hand.  Available: California, soon Massachusetts  For the soda fans: Green Monke  So many drinkables are aimed at cocktail, beer, or wine drinkers, but Green Monke is all about celebrating soda with a classic sweet and bubbly character. Fun flavors like orange passionfruit and mango guava are just the right balance of classic and adventurous.  Each 12 oz can of Green Monke is a microdose, featuring a 2:1 ratio of 3 milligrams THC to 6 milligrams of CBD — just enough to take the edge off. Pop lovers will enjoy the classic taste and texture, and those who are looking to fancy it up can pair it with bitters or liqueur for no to low alcohol concoctions.  Available: California  Photo courtesy of Green Roads For the wake n’ bakers: Green Roads CBD Coffee Green Roads CBD coffee combines estate-grown…

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