Abe Stevens, the distillery's owner, said the low level of THC was his way of meeting consumer demand for the so-called "local flavor" without breaking the law. It's currently available in California and Colorado, according to the company's website.
“Humboldt’s Finest doesn’t have the THC that you’d find in marijuana, so it’s not going to get anyone in trouble with the law,” he said. “It does, however, retain an herbal and aromatic quality reminiscent of fresh cannabis, and we’ve found it works very well in place of gin, giving classic cocktails a fresh new spin.”
But let's be honest, if a high is what you're looking for, there are plenty of other edible options out there.
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