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Pot Wine Ushers New Breed of Fatter Lazier People

Pot Wine Ushers New Breed of Fatter Lazier People

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Post Date: October 10, 2011

 Marijuana & Wine

Together at Last?

Just when you think the cosmos have peaked with the ultimate in famous combinations- chocolate and peanut butter, salt and pepper, Sonny and Cher, those clever Californians come back at you with Marijuana Wine.  As if the DEA and the FDA didn’t have enough problems.

Rumor has it Wine Country has been at this concoction for quite sometime, but until Gourmet broke the newest invention, only the true insiders and VIPS were in the loop.

“In wine country, pot-infused wines are the open secrets that present themselves in unmarked bottles at the end of winemaker dinners and very VIP tours.”

Imagine, if Robert Deniro went on a private tour of “such and such” winery, he would get the secret tour, into the private cellar where no doubt Betty White, Madonna, and Justin Timberlake and Brad Pitt would be sipping on the secret super VIP stash of Marijuana wine out of an unmarked bottle.  All the while, the average Joe would be stuck outside on a rough wool blanket sipping out of Styrofoam and waiting for the party bus to come back and scoop him up.

This revolutionary concoction—which is called either “special wine” or “green wine” or “tree wine”—is crafted in pretty much the way you’d imagine it would be. Says one anonymous chef,

“I know a winemaker that takes a couple of barrels a year and puts a ton of weed in it and lets it steep, and that wine is just super potent.”

Just what the world needs, the Uber generation of even lazier and more heavily overweight people. But, unless you are a true VIP (which you probably are not) or a wine maker, or living in the future, the closest you will likely come is making the combo in your own mouth.

Please note marijuana is illegal in D.C. (unless you have a Rx which resulted from being diagnosed from one of the following approved conditions: HIV, AIDS, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, cancer, other conditions that are chronic, long-lasting, debilitating, or that interfere with the basic functions of life, serious medical conditions for which the use of medical marijuana is beneficial, patients undergoing treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy) and is not being endorsed.