These weed-infused K-cups let you get baked with your morning brew
Weed-infused coffee pods are here and they give a whole new meaning to "wake and bake."
It's worth noting that these products are only available in states where marijuana is legal. The cannabis coffee isn't a new trend, but these particular products are.
Catapult pods, which are made by Fairwinds Manufacturing, are compatible with standard, single-serve coffee makers and contain 10 mg of THC. Uncle Ike's Pot Shop in Seattle sells the product and one employee told Yahoo Business that the pods really work:
"I liken it to a Red Bull and vodka," said Jennifer Lanzador, Uncle Ike's sales manager.
She added that the coffee pods had a great balance: "I had more energy, but I still had the relaxation you get from cannabis."
Uncle Ike's isn't the only business getting into the weed-infused coffee market. Shops along the West Coast are trying to reap the rewards, according to the Daily Dot.
Tedd Wetherbee owns The Gallery pot shop in Tacoma, Washington and he told The Cannibist that the Catapult pods have been a big hit for his store:
People enjoy the novelty of it. As this market grows, people are looking for more and more products and more and more ways to enjoy their marijuana. Washington and coffee, Seattle and coffee go hand in hand, and the Fairwinds people came up with this idea that makes a lot of sense
Further south in California, House of Jane is making Jane's Brew Gourmet Cannabis-Infused Coffees, which is part of a long line of products from the company, which allows customers to "choose caffeinated or decaf and the dosage needed to meet your needs: focused and alert or relaxed and mellow."
And if you don't feel like getting high, Los Angeles-based coffee company Compelling & Rich offers an "herb conditioned" Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee beans (hint: the herb is marijuana).
Weed-infused coffee isn't entirely new. Coffee-drinkers in Washington could already get a little buzz with a cold-brew called Legal. But what makes House of Jane and Catapult stand out is their pod-like form, which makes them prime for Keurig usage.
Although, as Daily Dot points out, because of recent upgrades to the manufacturing, you're going to need an older Keurig machine for the pods to work as intended.
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