Cannabis Coffee Recipe: How To Make ItDifficulty: Normal
Equipment & Ingredients
coffee maker or saucepan
large bowl or container
1/2 gram decarbed cannabis
3 cups water
2 tbsp butter or coconut oil
4-5 tbsp ground coffee (to brew later in your coffee pot.)
Grind up the weed as fine as you can (after decarbing it).
Bring 3 cups of water to a boil, then add in your choice of coconut oil or butter.
Reduce to a simmer, and place the finely ground cannabis into the pot. Stir every once in a while. Do this for 40 minutes.
Remove from the heat, and pour through a strainer
Take the infused water, and brew it in your coffee maker as you would normally prepare coffee
Are you a coffee addict like me? Then you’re going to love our Cannabis Coffee Recipe: How To Make It. If only it were as easy as combining some ground-up cannabis flower with a freshly brewed pot of coffee, right? But in order to get the best cup of weed coffee ever, with the effects that you want – you’re going to have to follow a few simple steps to make it a perfectly percolated drink. Once you have this basic recipe mastered, there’s nothing stopping you from creating iced coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, mocha-frappes, and more. Sound good to you? It’s about ‘high’ time we made a hot pot of cannabis coffee!
What Utensils & Equipment Do I Need For Weed Coffee?
We’re going old school with a good old fashion coffee pot, but you can also use a saucepan if you don’t have one at home. You’ll also want:
- Cookie sheet (to decarb your cannabis)
- Fine strainer
- Large bowl or container to strain into
How Do I Decarb Cannabis?
Never decarbed cannabis? Or want to have a sure-fire way to properly decarb weed? Read this article on how to make sure you have a great batch of decarboxylated cannabis. The more you start to learn about the hundreds of different compounds in weed, the more complex the cannabis plant becomes. Each of the individual cannabinoids, like THC and CBD, is unique. When they enter into your body they trigger different experiences, like the sensation of being stoned. They also trigger many different benefits for your health, like for the management of chronic pain or to reduce the frequency of seizures. We are talking about Cannabis Decarboxylation because of these cannabinoids. But the interesting thing about marijuana is that many of these experiences and medical benefits are only possible because of a process called decarboxylation, also called decarbing. To decarb weed is to heat it up to a specific temperature, for a set period of time. Heat over time transforms cannabinoids into the compounds we know and love, like THC. Without heat, nobody would get stoned. If ancient man had simply continued to eat the raw plant, instead of heating it up by smoking it, nobody would care much about the plant at all. Eating raw weed, although it does have some benefits, pales in comparison to the experience of decarbed cannabis.
How Do I Dose Properly?
One of the biggest questions we get asked is how do I dose properly? It’s a fine balance between making sure you enjoy a high and making sure you don’t get too high. This article can help you navigate the sometimes complex world where math meets marijuana.