Book Review: High Tea

November 06, 2017 | SteveElliott

'High Tea: Gracious Cannabis Tea-Time Recipes for Every Occasion' by Sandra Hinchliffe.


high-tea-cutout.jpgThe mainstreaming of Cannabis led to a number of interesting cultural developments, including a totally new chapter in tea culture. The culinary art of Cannabis cuisine has now reached the stage of development where teas, tisanes, broths and bhangs are all respected ways to infuse marijuana for either medicine or pleasure.

High Tea includes more than 75 recipes using a fascinating variety of the finest teas and herbs. The book shows how to create sensational flavors, select moods and effectively serve up all the good vibrations that the Cannabis can offer.

Serving moderate doses of cannabinoids, including THC, with a fast onset to ensure therapeutic and enjoyable experiences is indeed an art form—one you can learn in the pages of this book.

The terpene entourage of Cannabis offers magic for tea, tisane and broth. You can drop in, taste and welcome back the fragrances, flavors and vibes that you’ve been missing. Guests will be delighted with creamy, psychoactive bhang and Cannabis chai, perfect for holidays celebrations or any social occasion.

In addition, High Tea includes a handy selection of simple, fresh and elegant fare to pair with your tea time. Everyone will enjoy these savory and sweet bites from author Sandra Hinchliffe’s sensitivity kitchen to quell the inevitable munchies.

Hinchliffe is a home herbalist in Humboldt County, and the founder of She’s also an allergy chef, an autoimmune disease survivor and an inventor of things for people with sensitive constitutions. She uses her background as an herbalist and medical Cannabis patient to create recipes designed to be both beneficial and delightful. She is also the author of the book The Cannabis Spa at Home, which brings together marijuana, spa and herbal healing.

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