Ybor distillery Fat Dog Spirits is now brewing cannabis-infused vodka

A different kind of lit.

click to enlarge Ybor distillery Fat Dog Spirits is now brewing cannabis-infused vodka
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Ybor’s Fat Dog Spirits Distillery has been working its magic on some cannabis-infused spirits, called Nirvana, with the guidance and vision of Dr. Ram Ramcharran.

The cannabis-infused vodka and gin is made using Sativa Cannabis, non-GMO grains and a blend of secret, natural ingredients.

The biochemist and spirit designer assisting in the operation is Dr. Abdul Ally.

Nirvana can be found at liquor stores throughout the Tampa Bay area. But to be sure you’re headed to one that is carrying the potion, visit nirvanaspirits.com for the map. 

Did we mention it was gluten-free?

Once you snag a bottle, you can head to Nirvana Spirit’s website for some specialty cocktail recipes, like Heaven Awaits:

2 ounces Nirvana Gin

1 ounce fresh orange juice

1 ounce fresh lemon juice

2 dashes of grenadine

1  lemon, sliced

Pour ingredients over ice in a cocktail shaker, shake and strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a lemon slice.

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