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Marijuana and coffee are coming together to perk up Washington

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In Washington, residents can soon begin their day with a different kind of coffee pot.

In July, a cold-brewed, cannabis-infused coffee called Legal is expected to launch, The Huffington Post reports. Product developer Adam Stites says that each bottle has close to 20 milligrams of THC in it, the mind-altering ingredient found in cannabis. His company, Mirth Provisions, has also created sparkling pomegranate, lemon ginger, and cherry juices with cannabis extract.

On the Mirth Provisions website, the description for Legal sounds like it was written by someone who had already sampled one (or five) bottles: "Drinking this coffee is like riding a cool avalanche of pure deliciousness down a tall mountain and landing in an ocean of good feelings. You'll swim off into a day of work or play filled to the brim with pure joy."

An 11.5 ounce bottle of pure joy will likely cost $9 to $11, Stites said.