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PLAYBOY.COM

"And while Messina Bitters could obviously be used as an additive to cocktails, Messina is prohibited from advertising that. “Cannabis-infused cocktails have been going on for a really long time,” she says. “There is a really smart way to consume booze and cannabis together. I’d love to talk about this kind of stuff with my customers, but there is language in the rules that forbids any of that kind of advertising.” Violating those rules would be grounds to revoke her license."

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Meridio News

Meridio News

Messina Bitters was interviewed by the news organization based in Sicily, Italy. "My father was a strong supporter of legalization, he used cannabis to treat pain from multiple myeloma, a type of cancer. Thanks to cannabis he was able to live out the rest of his life with dignity. Seeing how plants could make a difference in people's lives, I felt compelled to learn more. " This 36-year old has combined her passion for holistic medicine and drinks."

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Sip Northwest

Sip Northwest

Sip Northwest

 

"Camille Messina perfected her recipe for a concoction of marijuana-infused bitters that has put her at the forefront of cannabis-infused, boozy ventures in Oregon."

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Dope Magazine

"Combining an array of natural and medicinal herbs, these bitters provide medicinal benefits ranging from anti-inflammation to body cleansing benefits. At 5mg of THC per dose, these digestifs offer a great launching point for someone new to the world of edibles...

Camille Messina mixes into her bitters both a genuine love for botany and a dedication to creating the perfect culinary experience."

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Weed Blog

Weed Blog

"Not only are they one of the most delicious and amazing cannabis products we’ve seen, but they’re also in a unique product category that has the potential to be the future of how people consume marijuana. Oregon is already world renowned for its alcoholic drinks. It seems like only a matter of time until it’s similarly famous known for marijuana beverages."

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Willamette Week

Willamette Week

"Messina is at the forefront of a growing trend... Her bitters are good for more than just making cocktails more exciting."

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KGW Chanel 8 News

Messina Bitters talks about the legal challenges of owning a business in the cannabis industry.

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