Perfect Hot Canna-Buttered Rum For New Year Eve
What can be better than to enjoy a steaming cup of hot buttered rum on a New Year Eve? Cozy and vibrant, this drink gets even better with a touch of cannabis. Forget the cold weather, grab your blanket and make yourself a generous mug of hot canna-buttered rum.
NB: when mixing cannabis with alcohol, it is critical to be careful. Start low and go slow. Always make sure that you have a batch of cannabutter with a potency which is comfortable for you. If you are using THC cannabutter, keep each serving under 5 mg. If you want to get a good night sleep, opt out for high-CBD cannabutter.
How to Make
Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Yield: 16 servings
Approximate dosage: 5 mg CBD or THC (per serving)
What you need:
- ¾ cup unsalted butter (softened)
- 80 mg worth of THC or CBD cannabutter
- One cup packed brown sugar
- Two cups vanilla ice cream
- ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg
- ¼ teaspoon ground cloves
- Two tsp cinnamon
- 8 cups apple cider
- 4 cups spiced rum
- Salt (to taste)
What you do:
- Beat the butter, cannabutter, and brown sugar together in a large bowl. Look for fluffy and thoroughly combined consistency.
- Mix in ice cream, nutmeg, cloves, and cinnamon.
- Pour the mixture into a large container. Store in the freezer about two hours.
- Heat cider until boiling in a saucepan. Stir occasionally. Remove from heat. Pour into a pitcher and divide cider evenly into mugs.
- Put two tbsp of the canna-buttered mix into each mug. Fill with a quarter of a cup of spiced rum. Top with hot apple cider. Sprinkle with salt to taste.
Happy New Year!
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The amount of canna-butter is a loose suggestion. Modify the actual amount according to with the strength of available canna-butter and the potency of choice. Start with one portion and wait for one to two hours before consuming more. Dose carefully and never drive under the influence of alcohol.
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