Humboldt Finest Vodka

Mar 24, 2016

Category: Vices

We’re all familiar with infused vodkas these days from blueberry to ginger to even rosemary and sage. But marijuana? Seems like the quirks are getting a bit more innovative as time wears on. However, that didn’t stop Humboldt Country from pursuing a blend of vodka infused with the area’s most well-grown cash crop.

Dubbed Humboldt’s Finest, the specialty spirit hosts a unique botanical character, a smooth finish and an aroma of fresh cannabis on the nose. Each batch is distilled with legal hemp grown in Southern Oregon and maintains the spirited standard of 40% ABV. Humboldt Distillery plans on a limited release of the product later this Spring, and you can bet they’re going to go fast. Despite immediate assumptions, the Vodka does not contain any THC from the infused Cannabis Sativa. We’ll leave it up to you to decide whether that’s a good or bad thing. [Purchase]

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