The drinks, called Legal, come in cherry, lemon and pomegranate flavours but are all infused with 10mg of liquid cannabis. The drinks cost around $10 (£6).Don't couch potatoes do that already?
They are being marketed as a gentler alternative to smoking that could be attractive to those still wary about cannabis.
"It's much more approachable, as opposed to 'Hey, mom and dad, do you want a joint?'" said Adam Stites, the founder of Mirth Provisions.
But the Washington-based company has not forgotten its more traditional stoner market. The Lemon Ginger flavoured drink is presented with the tagline: "Couch, meet butt".
It promises the drink is "so ridiculously relaxing that you may find yourself becoming one with your furniture".
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
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