Queen’s farm shop flogging cannabis-infused drink with stocks selling out

Brits are snapping up a cannabis -infused drink from the Queen’s farm shop – with the product selling out.

Trip, which contains 15mg of cannabidiol (CBD), is on sale at the Windsor Farm Shop in Berkshire near Her Majesty’s castle.

Unlike the drug itself, CBD is fully legal in the UK and is used to treat a range of medical conditions.

An insider told The Sun : “The drinks are quite quirky but very unusual for a farm shop — especially one run by The Queen.

“They are selling out quick. People pick up about seven or eight each time.

"The shop started stocking a few months ago and they’ve been really popular.”

The £2.19 cans come in peach and ginger flavour or elderflower and mint.

Both flavours were sold out earlier this week.

Trip says its products are “infused with potent natural botanicals like ginseng, L-theanine, turmeric and chamomile to aid digestion, immunity and stress relief” on its website.

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It adds: “Find calm in the everyday chaos. Only the highest quality CBD so you feel more productive, less stressed and more you.”

A Windsor Farm Shop spokeswoman said: “The shop sells a number of widely-available soft drinks. Stock varies throughout the year.”

Last week, the Daily Star revealed that gangs are flooding the UK with “super weed” from California as drinkers turn to cannabis to get through Dry January.

Dealers are cashing in on a surge in demand from lockdown boozers getting high to avoid alcohol.

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We spoke to one who smuggles potent marijuana strains from the US state and sells it in Liverpool and Manchester.

He said: “I’ve had loads of new buyers who don’t normally smoke weed but need something to replace the hit they get off booze. Forget Dry January, this is high January.”

Showing us a box of several bags, ordered off the dark web, he added: “These are 3.5g bags, people are paying £80-£120.

“Demand right now is for the stronger Cali stuff.”

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