The legalization of marijuana has brought a bumper crop of weed-laced foodstuffs, from cookies and candies to sodas—and now, coffee.

For those who don’t have the wherewithal to brew their own from scratch, a handful of companies in California and Washington are offering cannabis-infused coffee products.

In January, California-based Ganja Grindz became the first company to sell their enhanced K-cups, filters, and beans in multiple states.

The owner of Ganja Grindz, who goes by the name Haze, says cannabis coffee “gives you the fired-up focus you get from that first cup of coffee in the morning,” but with the added calm that helps you organize and attack your day.

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AC Shilton ~ OutsideOnline.com ~

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