Now You Can Make Weed Coffee Right In Your Keurig Coffee Maker

Most people drink their coffee black or with a splash of cream and sugar. But there are some people—for reasons both recreational as well as medical—who take their coffee with a dose of THC.

As the world of dank edibles and drinks continues to expand worldwide, one company is giving an entirely new meaning to the phrase “wake and bake”. And it includes coffee. BrewBudz is introducing a new line of cannabis coffee. And the best part is that it’s fully compatible with your Keurig coffee maker.

Now you can start your day with the two things you love the most. Coffee and cannabis. And all you have to do is drop in your cannabis coffee pod and sit back and enjoy.

As reported by Quartz, Brewbudz will become available in March. Consumers will be able to purchase K-cups with either regular or decaffeinated West Coast Roast, and hazelnut and French vanilla blends are also in the works. For hot beverage sippers who prefer cocoa or tea, Brewbudz also sells marijuana-infused hot chocolate and a “Breakfast Blend.”

Cannabis coffee, Brewbudz suggests, stands to be a healthy, socially acceptable alternative to smoking marijuana. It’s discreet and odorless, and can be transported as easily as you can bring a thermos of coffee with you on the subway.

Brewbudz will also have zero impact on drinkers’ lungs. Roasted beans and other non-toxic, biodegradable materials have been used in the actual packaging, making each pod 100 percent compostable.

At $7 each (that’s the price per cup of coffee) consumers can expect between 10 to 50 milligrams of THC, depending on whether or not the coffee is intended as a medical supplement. Admittedly, it’s unclear whether the unusual combination of marijuana and caffeine is meant to wake you up or mellow you out.

Making weed coffee a part of an a.m. ritual isn’t as unusual as it sounds. At the new marijuana-friendly Nativ Hotel in Colorado, an on-site coffee bar crafts CBD hemp oil-infused lattes for a jitter-free pick-me-up. Also on sale in the pot-friendly Centennial State are cans of Thai-style iced CBD coffee and CBD-infused coffee beans from Unseen Bean.

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Author: m00nrock

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