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How To Brew Cannabis-Infused Coffee



If you're like me, you love coffee, but also love weed. The problem is that most people don't know how to combine these two things into one delicious beverage. In this article, I'll give you all the tools and knowledge you need to make killer marijuana-infused coffee so you can get high without losing your buzz (or having to wait for it).


It's not as simple as tossing a bunch of weed into your coffee grounds.


It's not as simple as tossing a bunch of weed into your coffee grounds. The amount of cannabis you use will affect the potency of your coffee, so it's important to know how much marijuana you have and what kind will work best for you.


To start, make sure that your cannabis has been decarboxylated first. Otherwise, less potent versions like kief or hash can be used in place of raw flower if desired. You can also use butter or oil instead of water in order to get high without having to drink alcohol at all!


There are a few different ways you can use cannabis in your coffee. The first is to grind up your weed and mix it into your grounds before brewing. This method tends to give the best results, but it will also result in an extremely strong cup of coffee that may be too potent for some people. Another option is to steep cannabis leaves or buds in hot water before adding milk or cream as usual.


This method will give you a much milder cup of coffee that can still get you high. You can also try adding a few drops of cannabis-infused oils to your drink instead of grinding up your buds or leaves. This process is similar to making cannabutter but without using butter as an ingredient.


If you’re looking for a cannabis-infused coffee that doesn’t contain alcohol or any other ingredients, try making your own. There are a number of recipes online that show how to make weed coffee using raw buds or kief as the only ingredient.


The amount of cannabis you use will affect the potency of your coffee.


The amount of cannabis you use will affect the potency of your coffee. If you're new to making edibles, it's best to start small and work your way up until you find the right dose for yourself. You can always add more later if needed!

  • Use a scale (or measuring cups) while decarbing and infusing the cannabis into your coffee grounds or coffee beans.* It's important that you measure out an exact amount so that there is enough THC in each cup without leaving too much behind.

If you are using more than one type of cannabis, consider chopping them together before adding them to your infused beverage so that they can all be evenly distributed throughout each batch.


You can use any kind of coffee grounds or beans to make cannabis-infused coffee, but decarboxylated weed is best for edibles. If you're using fresh bud, follow these steps to decarb: Preheat your oven to 240 degrees F. Chop up your cannabis into small pieces (about 1/4" in size). Spread the pieces evenly over a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake them for 30 minutes.


Remove the baking sheet from the oven and let it cool for about 5 minutes. If you're using ground weed, place it in a coffee grinder (or blender) and grind it until fine. You'll want to use approximately 1 gram of decarboxylated cannabis per cup of coffee grounds or beans.** If you are making edibles with fresh cannabis, add an extra teaspoon of coconut oil or butter to help offset any bitterness that might come from under-decarbed buds.


Using cannabis that has been decarboxylated works best.


Decarboxylating marijuana is a chemical process that releases the active ingredients in cannabis. When you smoke or vaporize cannabis, you’re activating these chemicals. But if you want to use your herb in an edible, decarboxylation is necessary because it helps unlock those THC and CBD molecules. It essentially unlocks them from their stony shell so they can be converted into psychoactive substances.


For example, if you take raw cannabis flowers and grind them up into a powder (like with our recipe), the THC won't actually be active until after decarboxylation—at which point it will become psychoactive when mixed into something like coffee or tea. You can also achieve this effect through heating it on its own—just don't heat too much!


If you heat cannabis too much, it will lose all of its psychoactive effects. This is why many people recommend using a double boiler when making edibles—by slowly heating up the herb in water, you can ensure that it doesn’t burn or cook too quickly.


Making marijuana-infused coffee with butter or oil can get you high.


When you're making marijuana-infused coffee, the first thing to know is that there are two main ways to do it. The first way is to use butter or oil. This option can be a little more complicated than just adding cannabis flower to your coffee, but it's also more effective at getting you high.


The second option—and the one I prefer—is using ground marijuana flower directly in your brew. It's simple: just add 2 grams (the equivalent of half an ounce) of ground cannabis into your grinder along with your beans and give them both a whirl until they're evenly mixed together.


Then, just add the coffee to your machine as you normally would and brew it like normal.


Marijuana and coffee are two things that many people love but making them both at the same time is not that easy.


Marijuana and coffee are two things that many people love. But making them both at the same time isn't always easy. If you want to make your own marijuana-infused coffee, here are some tips:

  • Know how much marijuana to use. The first step is deciding how much weed you want to add. There are several ways to measure this, but most people stick with grams or milligrams (mg). You can also experiment with different amounts if you're new at making edibles!

  • Know how much coffee to use. Once you know how much cannabis you'll be infusing into your brew, it's important to find out how much brewed coffee will suffice for the right amount of caffeine kick in each cup. Again, this is subjective and varies based on personal preference as well as tolerance levels—so don't worry too much about getting it exactly right!


Conclusion


If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy your favorite coffee, then trying cannabis-infused coffee is the perfect option. You can brew it at home with just a few supplies and it’s really easy to make your own mix using marijuana. With so many different strains and types of coffee out there, we hope this article has helped guide you towards making your next cup of joe!

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