Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Here’s The Ultimate White Russian Recipe In Honor Of National Kahlua Day

It’s National Kahluah Day, which means 1) people will be getting drunk on White Russians today and 2) everyone is Tweeting The Big Lebowski memes. (The latter would be a better National Holiday, tbh).

Here’s a weed-infused White Russian recipe courtesy of our friend Warren Bobrow, author of four books including Cannabis Cocktails, Mocktails and Tonics. 

Says Bobrow, “The White Russian Cocktail lends itself to weed beautifully, primarily because the heavy cream is the perfect ingredient to give depth and balance. The cocktail is one of those classics of the dessert bar. It’s been several years since I’ve played around with this cocktail but no less exciting is the flavor profile.”

The drink is one of simplicity, Vodka, Kahlua (coffee flavored liqueur) and Heavy Cream.

Of course you’ll want to infuse the heavy cream with your cannabis mixture..

The basic recipe is for the infusion:

  • ¼ oz. Decarbed Cannabis (heated in the oven to activate @ 240-covered very well in foil-for an hour or so…)
  • 1 quart Heavy Cream

Add the decarbed cannabis to the heavy cream in a cheesecloth pouch. Simmer at 160 Degrees for an hour. Remove pouch when cool. Use in all cream-based recipes like the White Russian.

It’s going to have some kick to it, so drink slowly and thoughtfully!

NEVER more than one per hour. It takes a bit to kick in.

Weed-Infused White Russian

  • ½ oz. Kahlua
  • 2 oz. Weed Infused Heavy Cream
  • ¼ oz. Vodka- I use the best I can get… no reason to skimp!
  • Bar ice

Add all the ingredients to a Boston Shaker. Shake hard for 20-40 seconds. Pour into a coupe glass. Sprinkle some fresh nutmeg over the top. Serve with a smile!

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