Db3’s ZootDrops come in two flavors: Yippee Ki-Yay which includes caffeine, and Kickback made with chamomile. The flavored THC-infused liquid is packaged in small discreet bottles and can be stirred into a beverage or consumed straight. Selling the drops, and sister-products ZootBites brownies, ZootRocks lozenges and ZootBlast energy shots at a rate of about half a million dollars in retail sales per month, Db3 has become the biggest seller of edible cannabis products in Washington state according to Tetratrak.com which analyzes data from the Washington Liquor and Cannabis Control Board.
The company aims to make products that offer a consistent, controllable high that consumers can use as a part of their everyday life. “We want to get away from the image of back alleys and dark parking lots,” Patrick Devlin said.
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