How to Make THC-Infused Coffee | The BEST Recipe

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Are you one of those people who can’t start their day without a steaming cup of hot java (or 5)? Whether you love a wake and bake or can’t get your head off the pillow without at least three shots of espresso, today we have something special for you.

Yes, that’s right – today we are combining the night owl’s dream team; weed and caffeine! Once you have tried our THC infused coffee, you won’t ever go back to just one or the other, and what’s best is that it is super easy to make!

If you want to learn how you can make cannabis coffee in just five easy steps, keep reading…

Can THC Be Used in Coffee?

But wait, can THC be used in coffee? We hear you – if you’ve never tried cannabis-infused food or drink before, this concept might come as a bit of a surprise. Believe it or not, though, consuming THC through edibles is not only delicious but also gets to work much more effectively and the effects last longer, too.

People have been combining cannabis with food and drink for many years – much to our delight! So whether you are looking for a tastier way to consume weed, or want to avoid smoking, you can indulge in our THC coffee recipe to do just that.

Our 5-Step Guide to Delicious THC-Infused Coffee

Okay – so here is the bit you have been looking forward to, and probably the reason you are here in the first place! Our tasty, easy, and quick THC coffee requires just a few staple ingredients to create:

  • Coffee (whatever your favorite is!)
  • 3 cups of water
  • Butter or coconut oil
  • Cannabis of your choice (recipe calls for ½ gram)

Instructions:

  1. To start with, you want to break your weed down into small pieces for ease later on. We recommend using a good quality grinder for this.
  2. Once you have crushed your cannabis down to a suitable size, heat your water (3 cups) over medium heat on the hob. Bring the water gently to the boil. You want to add your butter or coconut oil into the boiling water so that it melts. The butter/oil helps to absorb the cannabis as it boils, making for your high-hitting coffee later on!
  3. Sprinkle in your crushed-up cannabis and leave for around 35-40 minutes. This shouldn’t require too much watching over but stirring occasionally is essential.
  4. Once your time has passed, you need to strain the mixture through a small hole sieve. Once sieved through, you are now ready to prepare your coffee!
  5. Take your coffee of choice and add the combination together, adding any extras such as sugar as desired.

What You Need to Know About Cannabis-Infused Coffee

If you love coffee, pot, or both, then this recipe will not disappoint. However, if you are new to trying edibles (or drinkables), we recommend that you take it slow!

Why slow? Cannabis takes a longer time to take effect when digested; it has your internal digestive system to navigate, after all. So, if you are used to smoking and wonder when the good stuff will start – don’t go guzzling down cup after cup of coffee. Trust us on this – you will regret it!

Another thing to point out is that coffee and cannabis do the opposite to your body. Marijuana is a well-known downer, coffee a well-known upper – so when we combine the two? Well… let’s say not everyone has the same results with this combo.

While you may drink coffee like it’s going out of fashion and still sleep like a baby, others may not be able to smell a coffee bean in the afternoon for fear of eternal awaken. So what can you do? Again, the key message here that we cannot stress enough is that you need to indulge in our THC coffee in moderation!

Round-Up: What Did You Think of Our THC Coffee?

One thing you cannot deny is this is one hell of a simple recipe to follow. If you already have cannabis in the house, the chances are you won’t need to buy anything to create this delicious drink.

But what do you think? Will you be tempted to try this recipe out for yourself on your next sluggish morning? Let us know what your favorite way to start the day is – and have you tried our THC coffee recipe?