How to Make Weed Rum: Recipe, Instructions & Video

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Posted on February 8, 2018 in Drinks

By now it’s fairly common knowledge that smoking is not the only way to get high. But aside from edibles, you can also ingest weed in other ways, my favourite of which is making weed rum. This is a simple and easy recipe that can also be used to make other interesting cocktail drinks.  This recipe will also tell you how to prepare fine marijuana powder that you can use for different recipes so without further ado, let us see how this is done.


  • Marijuana (shake)
  • Rum

Kitchen tools required:

  • A powerful blender or coffee grinder
  • A sieve
  • A bowl
  • A crock pot
  • A mason jar


Start by grinding up the marijuana in the blender or coffee grinder till you get a very finely powdered mixture of marijuana. Then put the grounded marijuana into the sieve over the bowl and shake the sieve till you get all the fine powder in the bowl below while any larger coarse stalks and fibersget left behind in the sieve. Now you have a smooth blend of the marijuana powder in the bowl.

Next, put the marijuana powder in the crock pot and dry cook it at 190 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit for an hour and it can be used for many different recipes.

Now, let’s get started on the marijuana rum. Take the mason jar and stuff it up completely with marijuana leaves, twigs, flowers etc. Next, pour the rum over the marijuana plant matter in the jar till it reaches the brim of the jar. Make sure that the rum covers all the plant matter in the jar. Put the lid on the mason jar and close it nice and tight.

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Put a label on the jar and write the date on which you have filled it up so you know later how long the marijuana and rum have been sitting in the jar and put the jar away in a good warm place and don’t touch it or open it for three weeks straight. The mixture will convert by itself and you won’t have to do anything else. Isn’t it so easy! Depending on how much marijuana rum you want to make you can use a larger jar. Find the video for this recipe below:

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