Mary Jane’s plan to open cafés in the Black Country and the West Midlands
A café that sells goods infused with cannabis has revealed plans to open TWO branches in the West Midlands.
Mary Jane’s, which has opened a café in Bristol, said it hoped to expand into Birmingham and the Black Country.
A spokesperson for the company, named after a slang term for marijuana, told Black Country Live it plans to open the new venues later on this year.
The eatery will offer goods such as coffees, smoothies and milkshakes that will include CBD oil if customers wish.
However, no locations or timeframes for the expansion have been established yet.
It is legal as it has less than 0.2% of the psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol in it.
Holland & Barrett suggests that users put a few drops under the tongue 2-3 times a day, maximum 15 drops per day.
It has a very ‘distinctive’ taste, so customers are told to have a small drink of water afterwards to get rid of the taste.
Mary Jane’s won’t be the only company in the West Midlands to be selling the oil in consumable products as Birmingham based company Green Monkey, who were the first company to sell a carbonated drink containing CBD.
The new drink is available in news agents and owner Serge Davies is hopeful that the product will soon be available to buy in supermarkets.