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What it’s like to attend a $90 ‘pot brunch’ where guest eat epicurean food and get high

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In a sunlit room in San Francisco, guest indent about while roaming on lemon spread tarts with succulent flowers. Then a gong sounds, signaling that the next turn of marijuana joints is being served on the patio.

In May 2015, chef and cannabis fan Coreen Carroll and her partner, Ryan Bush, hosted the first ever Cannaisseur Series event. The subterraneous pop-up grill invites medical pot patients to share intimate, epicurean dishes and weed with like-minded individuals.

In 2016, Business Insider attended the aptly named High Tea, an afternoon of food (both pot-infused and unmedicated), locally sourced cannabis, and community. Here’s what it was like.

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