Fill your cups with CBD !

So, the bars and restaurants are officially shut in the UK for the rest of December. NOBODY PANIC. Just because Boris has officially cancelled Christmas, it doesn’t mean we can’t try and enjoy ourselves at home, and wring out all that remains of the festive spirit. We’ve got you covered.

There’s been a bit of a buzz around CBD-infused cocktails in the capital lately so our next post will sort you RIGHT out for Christmas, with a couple of Hail Mary CBD cocktail recipes to get you through the rest of 2020 in an uplifting, delicious and relaxing manner.

CBD is pretty versatile, which means you don’t have to use CBD as just another part of your daily supplement intake. It’s entirely possible to make it far more enjoyable than that. We assume the drinking has already begun so why not go ahead and try out the recipes below over the next couple of weeks. We guarantee they’ll make you feel better about everything.


CBD Eggnog


  • 4 egg yolks
  • 50g Caster Sugar
  • 1tsp Vanilla Essence
  • 1 can of Condensed Milk
  • 100m Brandy
  • 1 pipette of Hail Mary 500mg CBD Oil

A naughty yet easy drink for the holidays, and these measurements will make a good jug full so you can go back for seconds (and thirds). Simply heat the sugar in the saucepan with 75ml of water, and simmer until the sugar has dissolved. Let it cool. Beat the egg yolks with the vanilla until it’s nice and smooth. Add the condensed milk, brandy, Hail Mary 500mg CBD Oil, and the sugar syrup, and mix. Let it chill for a couple of hours and serve over ice!


Mulled Sloe Gin, CBD and Apple


  • 50ml Sloe Gin
  • 150ml Apple Juice
  • 1 Cinnamon stick
  • 5 Cloves (Other festive spices such as cardamom pods or star anise are optional!)
  • Orange Slice to garnish
  • 5 drops Hail Mary 500mg CBD Oil


Don’t mess about. Stick it all in a pan. Gently heat the mixture and stir occasionally for a few minutes until your kitchen smells like Christmas. Strain into a glass, garnish with an orange and top up with gin if you’re feeling extra festive.

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