How to Make Shirley Temple CBD Syrup
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Today we are going to talk about-How to make Shirley Temple CBD Syrup.
This fast and easy method is a great way to make a CBD Syrup using water soluble CBD. In this video you will find out why water soluble CBD works great for infusing drinks, what you will need from your kitchen, and how to successfully make Shirley Temple CBD Syrup.
Why Water Soluble CBD Works Great for Infusing Drinks
If you have wanted to try CBD but don’t want to risk ingesting trace amounts of (THC) the mind-blowing chemical found in cannabis then, CBD isolate may be the best option. CBD isolate is a cannabis extract that isolates CBD from all the other compounds in the plant; it’s the purest form of CBD.
Nano emulsion technology is used to make water-soluble CBD that doesn’t need common emulsifiers such as lecithin, propylene glycol or MCT. All of these carriers and emulsifiers can affect the taste of infusions, as well as the bio-availability.
Bio-availability is how much CBD ends up in the bloodstream, and infusions with a high level of bio-availability can work faster and more efficiently than those with low levels of bio-availability.
Fact: Nano CBD particles are very small, so they can easily enter the bloodstream. With water-soluble CBD, more Nano CBD particles enter the bloodstream at a higher rate. The human body is 60% water so much smaller doses are needed to achieve the same effect as oil based CBD.
Chef’s Note: Isolate has no taste or smell which helps in making more flavorful infusions. Emulsifiers can affect the taste of infusions but are not needed when using water soluble CBD.
What you will need to make Shirley Temple CBD Syrup
Glass Measuring Cup
1/2 gram Water Soluble CBD Isolate-110 mg CBD
3-3 oz. Flask bottles (optional) 6 Tables spoons per bottle
Small funnel (to fill Flasks or bottles)
Mason jar with lid
The Shirley Temple is the combination of cherry sweetness and bubbles in this delicious drink has the taste of an old-fashioned soda fountain with added CBD to supercharge this famous drink. This is not your typical Shirley Temple.
Chef’s Notes: When buying CBD products, look for a third-party certification, the Certificate of Analysis or (COA).
1-1/8 cup grenadine or 18 Table spoons
1/2 gram Water Soluble CBD Isolate-110 mg of CBD
How to Make Shirley Temple CBD Syrup
1. Pour the grenadine syrup into the glass measuring cup
2. Put water soluble CBD into the Mason jar
3. Pour the grenadine over the water soluble CBD isolate into a mason jar with a lid.
4. Shake the Mason jar with CBD powder and the grenadine until all of the powdered CBD is dissolved.
5. Wait two to three hours for the CBD to infuse in the syrup.
6. Fill the 3 ounce bottles and place the cap on tightly.
7. Store in the refrigerator or cool dry place.
Chef’s Notes: Makes 18 Shirley Temples at 6 mg of CBD per drink
3-3.3 oz. bottles
6 Tables spoons per bottle
Fact: Only water soluble CBD will work, 99% isolate powder, and oil based CBD is not water soluble and will not dissolve in water.
What you will need to make Shirley Temple CBD Drink:
½ ounce Shirley Temple CBD Syrup or 1 tablespoon
12 ounces ginger ale
Garnish: maraschino cherry
High ball glass or tall glass
How to Make a Shirley Temple CBD Drink:
1. Fill a tall glass with crushed ice.
2. Add one once or one tablespoon of Shirley Temple CBD syrup to the crushed ice.
3. Pour the ginger ale over the crushed ice and CBD syrup.
4. Squeeze a splash of fresh lime over the top
5. Garnish with a lime wedge
6. Top with maraschino cherries.
This Shirley Temple recipe is made using 12 mg of CBD per drink
Note: There are many variations of the mixed drink and one of easiest is using ginger ale, a splash of lime, garnished with a lime wedge and topped with a maraschino cherry.
Chef’s Notes: Try soaking the cherries in vodka or brandy to make a Dirty Shirley for more of an adult taste.
This Dirty Shirley has that Great old fashioned soda fountain taste, with an adult kick, plus the added benefits of CBD.
Thank You and Happy Infusing……………………………
Total Cannabinoid Content 220Mg. CBD- Water Soluble Powder
Prep: 10 Minutes
Cooking: 30 Minutes
Ready in: 40 Minutes
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