MAGICAL BUTTER (AND OIL) MAKER REVIEW

Thursday , December 27th, 2012 | Posted By: Bud S. Moker, Th.C.

Products: MagicalButter
Items Provided by: MagicalButter.com

Stoner Score: 5 out of 5 pot leaves!

 

SELLER’S PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

MagicalButter. There are other ways to infuse butters and oils-but there is no better way. For years people used a double boiler or a slow-cooker (crock-pot), we like to compare this technique to manual windows, they are terrible. Power windows were a revolutionary invention, a more pricey option but in the long run well worth the extra money. If you want to use 1930′s technology in a 2012 world MagicalButter isn’t for you. If you want to purchase the most fun kitchen appliance ever created click BUY NOW. We stand behind our product and are here to help.

 

SMOKING WITH STYLE REVIEW

High again my peeps! It’s time yet again for another SmokingWithStyle.com review. This time, as you’ve already read above, we’ve chosen a very unique product. I say unique because I’ve never seen anything like it. If you’re familiar with my site, then you’ve probably seen the section on how to make pot butter. While there have generally been two accepted methods for easy extraction of THC (namely a single or double pot method), MagicalButter is positioning themselves to make both of those methods obsolete.

The MagicalButter device works like this:

    1. Pre-melt butter (or use oil) and place it into the machine with your herb.
    2. Push the button and wait for program sequence to complete.
    3. Filter the butter and refrigerate (as needed per recipe).

Really it could not be simpler. Well, that’s not quite true… If you didn’t have to pre-melt the butter that would make it TOTALLY automated. The good news is, I’ve been told that a software update is in the works which will take care of that phase as well!

 

OVERALL EVALUATION/ RECOMMENDATION

I predict that the MagicalButter appliance will become a staple in the homes and businesses of many recreational marijuana users, “medible” chefs, and medical patients alike. It is not the type of device that a young newbie smoker would likely add to THEIR stash, but those with sophisticated tastes (and no time to waste) will be HIGHLY inspired by using this product.

***This blog post is a work in progress. Once I have had the opportunity to make a dessert from the finished product, I will blog about my experience with the infused better itself.***

 

BUD SAYS: More information on the MagicalButter device please visit their website.

Toke to ya soon,

Bud S. Moker, Th.C.

 

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  5. Terry Reed says:

    I bought it, they even discounted it, too! But alas, after making two batches of butter, it failed. It won’t turn off! The company said they would replace it with one of their neweer designs, back in February but here it is March, nearly April — no word, no working machine either. Not sure I can recommend something that didn’t last but for making two pounds of green butter for about $100 for the machine. Can’t risk the cost of losing any green since it won’t turn off either.

  6. MadManiZZo says:

    I am looking to buy this Magical Butter machine in hopes it takes away the tedious process if the 8 hour crock pot method I’ve been using for a decade.

    Any update to your situation , Terry?
    Very interested before I buy to see if they stand behind their product or not.

    Thanks,
    MadMan.iZZo

  7. MadManiZZo says:

    Thank you for taking time to respond.

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