But how do the three 50-somethings manage the crippling guilt over their product corrupting the minds of innocent Washingtonians?
They deal with it very logically. The way the Devlins see it, criminalization of marijuana doesn't stop people who want to use it. They're filling the demand with a high-quality solution that doesn't require smoking, and whose dose is meticulously measured, ensuring that anyone who reads the packaging knows the exact potency.
Doesn't sound like these guys broke bad at all.
Dan Gentile is a staff writer on Thrillist's National Food and Drink team. He listened to Peter Tosh's "Legalize It" several times during the writing of this story. Follow him to some dank tweets at @Dannosphere.