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6.05.2014

THC-Infused Coffee to Hit the Market in Washington

Ever heard of a “wake and bake?” Soon, that will have a more direct meaning. Legal, Coffee infused with sweet, sweet, Tetrahydrocannabinol is expected to hit the Washington market in early July.






Product developer Adam Stites says that, “We want the experience to be more similar to that if you had a nice IPA or glass of wine. We don’t want to pack so much THC into every one of our drinks that it’s unpleasant, especially for people that are just getting into marijuana.” Stites explained that they infuse each bottle with about 20 mg of THC, which is enough to give drinkers a pleasant high without overwhelming them.


The drinks will come in plain, and cream and sugar. Stites is awaiting the final state inspection for his pending processor license, and will be on his way to creating a yummy way to wake up with Mary Jane! Final pricing is yet to be determined, but the 11.5-ounce bottles will likely cost between $9 and $11, Stites said. “We can produce several hundred bottles per hour, so the question for us really is how quickly are these retail stores going to be open.” Stites explained–a good question, given that retail stores are facing regulatory delays.


He plans an additional line of “Legal” sodas, featuring Rainier Cherry, Lemon Ginger, and Pomegranate–each made with fresh juices and different strains of cannabis.