If the martini isn’t classy enough for you, then try out a Tuxedo. No, we’re not talking about the dinner suit; we’re talking about the oft-neglected gin-based cocktail. With additions like absinthe, orange bitters, and maraschino liqueur, this martini variation has a lot to offer discerning drinkers.

For an extra touch of class, please don’t forget to add a dropperful of Tribe’s CBD oil. Just a hint of high-quality hemp extract is enough to keep you cool with this super-refined cocktail.

CBD Tuxedo Cocktail Recipe

A Snazzy CBD Martini Recipe — Try Tribe’s CBD Tuxedo Cocktail

If the word “tuxedo” sounds exotic to your ears, that’s because it’s not an English word. According to etymologists, “tuxedo” was originally a Native American term from the Algonquian tribes.

Interestingly, there are still debates over what this word refers to. Some people say “tuxedo” means “wolf,” while others say it refers to a “river.”

However, there’s no controversy over how this word became associated with the black-and-white dinner attire. Apparently, gentlemen at New York’s Tuxedo Park started wearing these suits to their swanky parties. These guys became so associated with dinner suits that Americans started calling them, well, “tuxedos!”


  • 2 oz gin
  • ¾ oz dry vermouth
  • ¼ oz luxardo maraschino
  • 1 – 2 dashes orange bitters
  • 1 dropperful Tribe CBD oil
  • Splash of absinthe
  • Lemon twist, garnish


  • Chill a martini glass
  • Once the martini glass is chilled, pour in a bit of absinthe
  • Swirl absinthe to coat the glass and dispose of the excess
  • Pour gin, dry vermouth, orange bitters, and luxardo maraschino into a stirring glass
  • Add ice and stir until well-chilled
  • Strain into absinthe-rinsed martini glass
  • Top with Tribe CBD oil and a lemon twist, if desired

If you’re a cat lover—or a fan of Dr. Seuss—then you know humans aren’t the only mammals that “wear” tuxedos. An entire category of cats shares this distinctive white and black pattern.

However, did you know “tuxedo cat” isn’t technically a separate breed? Indeed, the breed doesn’t matter; all that counts is the fur pattern.

Even more interesting, archeological research suggests the ancient Egyptians had a deep affection for these cats. According to some estimates, about 70 percent of cats depicted in funerary hieroglyphics had black and white colors.

No wonder these cats want to be pampered like pharaohs!

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