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Warning: cannabis and booze is not for everyone and has varying expressions with the entourage effect -- start small and increment slowly to find your appropriate zone, not over the course of a night but over the course of days. Pour a single dose appropriate to you and your friends' levels, then put the bottle away for the day or night to avoid avoidable mistakes.

If made correctly, 1 tablespoon will yield 9.5 mg of THC. Typical cocktails call for 1.5 ounces or 3 tablespoons of booze. With that said, no cocktail you make should be made solely with this recipe for cannabis infused gin. 1 or half a tablespoon for most will be enough for most, so have another bottle of non-infused gin on the side to finish the recipe. 

With all that said though, enjoy this one! A nice boozy cocktail like the Negroni is the PERFECT choice. Wouldn't do more than one though!

Infusion Type Recipe Type
Alcohol cocktail
Base Servings Dose
1/8 ounce of ground cannabis flower 42 9.5 mg per tablespoon
Prep Time (min) Cook Time (min) Rest Time (min) Total Time (min)
10 45 6000 6055
  • 1/8 ounce of cannabis
  • 750ml bottle of gin
  1. Preheat oven to 235 degrees Fahrenheit 
  2. Spread your cannabis evenly on an oven tray lined with aluminum foil and place in oven and let it decarboxylate for 45 minutes
  3. Wrap decarbed cannabis into a cheesecloth or unused pantyhose to create a teabag
  4. Place the cannabis teabag in wide-mouthed, sealable bottle and pour in the gin. Let this infuse for at least 48 hours at room temperature
  5. Shake bottle every 12 hours
  6. After 48 hours or more, remove the cannabis teabag from the battle and enjoy your cannabis-infused gin
cannabis infused gin recipe

Edible THC Dosage Calculator

enter the THC percentage of your strain (e.g. 22.5)
How much plant material (in grams) will you be using in your infusion (there are 3.5 grams in an eigth of an ounce)
How many cups of oil, butter or milk will you be infusing? If necessary, use a decimal fraction (e.g. 0.5 or 1.75).
408.5 mg total (assumes aggressive 90% decarb and a 60% absorption rates)
30.6 mg