Adam Stiles of Longview is currently in the application process for a marijuana producer and processors license, according to My Northwest, with hopes to have his THC-infused cold brew called Legal in stores later this year. The state legalized marijuana in 2012.
Stiles’ company, Mirth Provisions, is planning a five drink line, including a black cold brew, a cold brew with milk and sugar, as well as three fruit-based sparkling drinks (Ranier cherry, Lemon Ginger and pomegranate). Each of the drinks would have approximately 10 mg of THC from different lines — shall we call them varietals? — of marijuana per 11.5-ounce bottle.Here’s how Mirth describes the drinks. First, the black cold brew: