Pot-o-coffee Offers Cannabis-infused Coffee At First Ever Collective Cafe

“I look forward to the Pot-O-Coffee Cannabis Cafe expanding into all legal states. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 10, 2015 Pot-O-Coffee (POC), a leading producer of cannabid-infused beverages, in partnership with Surf City Collective, today announced the opening of The POC Cannabis Cafe. The first ever collective cafe, POC will offer the companys complete line of products: Pot-O-Coffee, Pot-O-Tea, and Pot-O-Coco. While the Pot-O-Coffee product line has been available at medical collectives and dispensaries, the Pot-O-Coffee Cannabis Cafe marks the first time it will be offered where Budristas will serve all of the brands blends, Pot-O-Coffee, Pot-O-Tea, and Pot-O-Coco at a dedicated coffee bar inside the Surf City Collective. Voted the #1 collective in Orange County, Surf City was a natural partner for the cafe, due to their welcoming environment, high traffic, and wide selection of cannabis strains, edibles, and concentrates. The partnership further distinguishes Surf City as a destination point and provides the Pot-O-Coffee Cannabis Cafe with focused service and a captive patient audience from day one. An indoor cafe was something we really wanted to try, said Jennifer Smith, Head of Business Development, and when the opportunity arose in our new Surf City Collective, we couldnt think of a better brand to partner with than Pot-O-Coffee. The Pot-O-Coffee product line features the highest quality ingredients, including 100% Arabica coffee, fresh cut tea leafs, and the finest chocolate. Each product is infused with either THC for a more traditional cannabis experience or CBD for medicinal relief without the high effect– always with the strictest quality control to ensure complete consistency of experience. Patients can choose between dosages of 10mg, 50mg, and 100mg. I am extremely excited about the opportunity to work with Surf City Collective on the first of many POC Cannabis Cafes, said Cass Riese, Head of Marketing and Business Affairs.

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