Join millions of Americans who know that the best part of waking up is cannabis in their cup and discover how to make cannabis coffee with 9 different infusion options ranging from cannabis oils, extracts, concentrate, and more.
Table of Contents
- Why You Will Love This Guide
- How Much Cannabis Should I Add?
- Cannabis Butter
- Coconut Oil or MCT Oil
- CBD Oil or THC Oil
- Cannabis Milk
- Cannabis Tinctures
- Cannabis Sugar
- Cannabis Oil Powder
- Cannabis Concentrates
- Leftover Cannabis Pulp
- Determine The Dose
- More Drink Recipes You Will Love
- 9 Ways To Make Cannabis Coffee Recipe
- 9 different ways to make cannacoffee with what you already have
- Tips and suggestions for making the best infused coffee
- Product recommendations to make your job easier
Why You Will Love This Guide
Over the years, I have learned that I love a good wake and bake to start my day, and my Well With Cannabis Community members let me know I’m not alone.
Many people prefer to medicate with edibles rather than smoking or vaping, leading us to cannabis coffee.
Millions of people love to start their day with cannabis; for so many, cannabis and coffee have become the perfect morning pairing.
Thankfully, there are many ways to make an amazing cup of cannabis coffee, all of which complement the coffee and creamer you already use.
There is no one right way to make a cup of cannabis coffee, so here I will share my seven favorite methods for making the best cup of cannabis coffee according to your preferences and what you have available.
How Much Cannabis Should I Add?
I can not give specific dosage measurements here because there is so much variability in the options available.
There are so many variables that will impact your product’s final dose, so important to work based on your own personal tolerance.
These variables include, but are not limited to, what infusion method you choose, whether you start with CBD hemp flower or THC flower, whether you went through the decarboxylation process, and how much material you started with.
My advice, as always, is to follow the golden rule of “start low and go slow“.
Start with a ¼-½ teaspoon of your infusion of choice and work your way up from there.
If you’re still unsure how to find your perfect dose and learn what works best for your body, check out the education offered in my Cannabis Compass Online Course.
Cannabutter has been one of the most tried-and-true cannabis staple recipes for decades, making it a popular coffee addition.
If you’ve never put cannabutter in your coffee before, you may think it doesn’t sound too good, but don’t knock it until you’ve tried it.
Adding cannabutter to your morning coffee cup adds richness to the flavor and texture.
Freezing cannabutter in an ice cube tray can be perfect for dosing out a perfect size addition to your morning cup of coffee.
Coconut Oil or MCT Oil
Next to cannabutter, cannabis-infused coconut oil is the second most popular cannabis infusion method.
Many people prefer cannabis coconut oil because it is naturally plant-based and vegan and doesn’t require the milk solids to be removed after the infusion.
In addition to traditional unrefined coconut oil, infusing MCT oil is also a popular choice.
Adding cannabis-infused MCT oil to your morning cup of coffee leaves you with the traditional ‘bulletproof coffee.’
This cannabis bulletproof coffee is delicious but has also been known to cause some digestive distress in some individuals, so enjoy with caution!
CBD Oil or THC Oil
A morning cup of cannabis coffee made with full-spectrum CBD oil is quickly gaining popularity amongst my cannabis community.
If you’ve never made your own CBD oil, be sure to check out my beginners guide here.
You can also shop my selection of high-quality CBD products here.
Note: Oil Separation Will Occur
It’s important to keep in mind that mixing coffee and cannabis oil or butter is like mixing oil and vinegar; they don’t naturally stay together well.
You will likely notice the oil floating on the top of your coffee after the cup is left to sit for a few minutes.
This is harmless and left to your taste and texture preferences.
If you do not like the oil separation, I recommend adding a bit of lecithin to your drink.
The lecithin and mixing process will help emulsify all ingredients and prevent oil from floating on top.
If you are a milk or cream lover, you will love infusing your coffee with cannabis-infused milk or cream.
Not only can you use it as-is, but it can be used as the base to make many other infused creations like coffee creamer.
If you’ve never infused milk or cream before, you can get complete instructions here.
A traditional cannabis tincture is an alcohol-based cannabis infusion and will blend into the coffee the best of any method described here.
Of course, this method will be strong because you’re adding both cannabis and alcohol to your morning cup of coffee.
Depending on your desired effect, that could be a good or a bad thing.
Adding cannabis tincture to coffee is similar to adding whiskey to coffee for an Irish Coffee or adding Bailey’s to coffee for an after-dinner drink.
If you want to make your own cannabis alcohol tincture at home to add to your morning cup of coffee, first decide what type of tincture you want to make.
While the Green Dragon is more potent per lab tests, the QWET Golden Dragon has a more mild taste. It is your choice which option you want to use.
Adding a spoonful of cannabis sugar to your morning cup of coffee may be the easiest way to make a cup of cannabis coffee.
But it takes a little bit of work to make cannabis sugar.
Cannabis Oil Powder
Are you looking for a new cannabis infusion method to make tasty edibles that can kick in quickly in just 15-20 minutes?
Then look no further than learning how to make cannabis oil powder, sometimes called THC powder, quickly at home.
Made with just two simple ingredients in just 10 minutes, this powder can be added to your morning cup of coffee without affecting the taste, smell, or flavor.
Many cannabis concentrates are on the market today that can be used to make cannabis-infused coffee.
You can make FECO at home or sometimes find it at a licensed dispensary. It may also be called RSO.
Depending on where you live, you may also have access to high-quality cannabis concentrates like distillate.
This highly concentrated cannabis product has minimal flavor, so cannabis consumers highly favor it.
You can find THC concentrate syringes at legal dispensaries or CBD concentrate syringes here in our shop.
Leftover Cannabis Pulp
This is another one where they say don’t knock it until you try it!
Leftover cannabis pulp is the plant material left over from making cannabis butter, cannabis coconut oil, or cannabis olive oil.
While many people typically throw the leftover pulp or ‘sludge’ out, many of our readers have reported saving and using the leftovers in many different recipes.
Determine The Dose
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More Drink Recipes You Will Love
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9 Ways To Make Cannabis Coffee
- Brew the coffee according to your favorite method of choice.
- In your favorite mug, add the cannabis oil and lecithin.
- Pour the hot coffee into the mug.
- Emulsify the ingredients together with a handheld milk frother. Allow as much foam to build as desired.
- Stir in your sugar, milk, coffee creamer, or any other coffee additive you want and enjoy.