Somehow heartbreak feels good in a place like this

Absinthia Vermut is so enamored with absinthe she legally changed her name to reflect it.

Her line of small-batch absinthes are made with California grapes and organic botanicals, like wormwood and coriander from Oregon.

Q. What ushered you into the world of absinthe?

A. I was at a San Francisco Cacophony Society event that Miss P (P Segal, Burning Man's first host) put on back in 1996.

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Jews and Cannabis sponsored by Jews and Booze.

About the Speakers

Reverently given the nickname "Guru of Ganja" by High Times Magazine, Ed Rosenthal was deputized as an officer of the City of Oakland, where he oversaw starter plant operations so that medical patients could grow their own marijuana.

A co-founder of the Jewish Psychedelic Summit and host of the Set & Setting podcast on the Be Here Now Network, Madison Margolin has traveled from cannabis farms in Northern California to underground ceremonies in Brooklyn to the shores of the Ganges River reporting on the role of entheogens in religion, culture, and healing.

Adriana Kertzer is a founding partner at Plant Medicine Law Group, a psychedelics and cannabis law firm. Adriana [draws] on her love of contracts as an entrepreneur in the fields of contemporary culture, real estate, and cannabis. She runs JewWhoTokes, an Instagram account.

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