Stoners, rejoice (again): waking and baking just got a whole lot easier, thanks to weed-infused coffee pods, which are in fact a real thing. So now you can get the alertness from coffee and the chillness from weed, all at the same time. How does that work in practice? Do the two cancel each other out? Do you get all the wakening power from caffeine, but none of the jitters thanks to the weed? If anybody has access to these weed coffee pods (which I will hereafter refer to as THC-cups…get it?), I would love your insight into the experience.
Don’t take off for your local grocery store or coffee retailer just yet, though. It looks like at the moment most (if not all) of companies that make THC-cups are located in California or Washington, for obvious reasons. Also, just to satisfy my own curiosity (purely for the sake of journalism, I promise), I checked the websites of two of the makers of the coffee pods, Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop in Seattle, and House of Jane in California, and confirmed my suspicions that if you want to get your hands on some THC-cups you’re going to have to go to Washington or California. Until then, you’ll have to stick to the old-fashioned method of brewing your coffee and then rolling a blunt. I know, life is so hard.
The founder of House of Jane, Ben-David Sheppard, told Yahoo! that the company has a THC-infused frappucino in the works, so soon Californians will be able to get fix of weed, caffeine, and sugar all in one go. What a time to be alive!