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Company brewing pot coffee

Company brewing pot coffee

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KGMI News Reporting
By Tracy Ellis

LONGVIEW, Wash. – There’s pot brownies, pot candy bars, and coming soon, pot coffee.

The Daily News of Longview reports a company called Mirth Provisions is in the final stages of getting state approval to mix cold-brewed coffee with marijuana oil extract.

Owner founder Adam Stites says he will name the product “Legal Beverages”.

A bottle of the pot coffee is expected to fetch anywhere between $9 and $11.

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