The cold coffee will be sold in glass jars that each contains approximately 20 milligrams of THC, the component of marijuana that gets users high. The effect of that amount, product developer Adam Stites told the MyNorthwest.com, is comparable to "a nice IPA or glass of wine."
"The coffee drinks give you an uplifting head high. We call it the wake and bake drink," he said. "We want the experience to be more similar to that if you had a nice IPA or glass of wine. We don't want to pack so much THC into every one of our drinks that it's unpleasant, especially for people that are just getting into marijuana."