Just when people thought that the Keurig (Kcup) single serve coffee cups couldnt get any better with their variety of flavors they go and introduce this special blend….Cannabis, Well its not fully available everywhere but check this out.
While weed coffee isn’t a new concept, a few innovators on the west coast have started making weed-infused k-cups, Yahoo Business reports. One such coffee pod calledCatapult retails for $10 each, or $37 for a pack of 6. It contains 10 milligrams of THC, the compound in marijuana that produces a high.
Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop in Seattle, Washington, sells Catapult, which has been on the market since February 2015. Manager Jennifer Lanzador told The Huffington Post via email that drinking the weed-coffee combo “seems to give a kick from the caffeine, but it isn’t a jittery feeling because of the THC… You get a nice energetic high,” she added.
Recreational weed has only been legal in Washington state for just over a year, but it didn’t take innovators long to get crafty. A new kind of soda “drinkable” called Legal premiered last June to much fanfare, although a planned cold-brewed coffee versionwas stymied by the state’s refrigeration rules. Packed with 22 milligrams of THC, the soda gives drinkers a slight high.
Coffee and soda aside, the future of weed pairings also looks bright. “Obviously, we will never have gummy bears or lollipops — the [Liquor Control Board] determined they appeal to children — but sodas, nuts, chocolates, cookies, lozenges, pretzels, snack mix, even THC pills are being sold and/or developed,” Lanzador told HuffPost. “It is a very exciting time for this industry and providing safe ways to ingest THC is a great alternative to smoking.”
Can you imagine what will happen when this is completely available across the board. And how it may affect or increase a lot of offce productivity.