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
Pot cola has arrived:
Have we really had to deal with these people for that long? The clan has lived with us for 10 years now, and just as an entire generation do...
The regulators are still at it: Using the "altFEC" twitter account, one of several "alt" sites set up by government work...
Were they the ancestors of piano players? The brain circuits that led to two-sided tools and weapons such as hand-axes and cleavers are the ...
They really are after everyone's job: The study found that 42 percent of UK consumers believe their job is likely to be replaced by a ro...