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Keurig Pods Can Now Deliver A Marijuana Experience

Your morning Keurig just got a lot sweeter. Whether you enjoy tea, coffee, decaf or hot chocolate, Brewbudz has that extra kick that mellows out coffee jitters and keeps you smiling all morning long. Their new line of Keurig and Keurig 2.0 pods are infused with doses of THC ranging from 10 to 50mg, depending on just how medical you want your beverage to be.

As cannabis becomes more and more mainstream, the stoner stereotype continues to be debunked. Though there will always be God’s given stoner, waking up to a fat blunt or two, the sophistication of marijuana edibles has leant itself to other cannabis lifestyles, such as that of the working professional, the weekend warrior, and, obviously those who want a little extra buzz in the morning.

Responsibly sourced Arabica coffee beans and a respect for the cannabis plant as a whole are two factors that really make Brewbudz stand out. It’s the artsinal shift that’s happening worldwide as cannabis consumers refine their pallets. The days of whipping up a batch of brownies for you and some kind friends are far from gone, but the options have blossomed into a thriving industry.

Melissa Etheridge has a “Know Label” line of marijuana infused wines and they’re being used for pairings at some upscale pot parties. Chefs can prepare almost any food with cannabis and menus have expanded to include filet mignon butter floats, dosed lobster rolls, intricate candies that look like they’re straight out of Willy Wonka’s and so much more.

The landscape is changing and change is good. And though you have to be a Nevada resident at this point to try Brewbudz, they’re coming soon to Colorado and California and it wouldn’t be surprising if the idea took off to all legal states.

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