Green wine made with cannabis is on sale just in time for Christmas – but don’t worry, it won’t get you stonedDecember 8, 2018
ADVENTUROUS revellers looking for a Christmas high can now buy wine infused with cannabis.
London-based suppliers Firebox started selling the bright green Savingnon Blanc for £20 online from Friday.
A new green wine made with cannabis is out just in time for Christmas[/caption]
The medium sweet “Winabis” is bright green and contains cannabis-derived oils designed to mellow-out the drinker.
But Firebox says the 9.5 per cent strength tipple won’t get drinkers stoned, as it contains less than 0.01 per cent of the natural level of the Class B Drug’s psychoactive compound, THC.
A spokesperson said: “You’ll be met by the taste of medium sweet grapes, juicy peach, and a sophisticated note of cannabis.
“It’s completely legal and won’t get you high thanks to the lack of THC and CBD – the two naturally occurring chemicals in weed that makes you feel stoned.”
Winabis is completely legal and won’t make you feel stoned due to a lack of the psychoactive compound,THC[/caption]
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The wine, which has hints of peach, is the latest in a string of colourful wines and gins by Spanish producer Gik.
But Winabis is the first time they have infused cannabis into their booze.
A spokesperson added: “Winabis wine is the result of our experience as wine growers combined with our interest in innovating with new kind of wines”.
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