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October 9, 2014 at 4:19 PM

Zoots edibles on shelves Friday

Nancy Coltom (CQ) with Db3 is in research-and-development of  consumable products including a honey lemon Zoot blast and green tea camomile drink.

Nancy Coltom works in research and development with Db3. The company will launch its products on Friday. (Photo by Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)

 

Seattle’s first edibles processor, Db3, will launch its Zoots products Friday. “It’s a huge milestone,” said Patrick Devlin, who owns the company with his brothers. Two Seattle stores, Cannabis City and Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop, will carry the Zoots brand. Herbal Nation in Bothell and Bellevue’s Green Theory also will have the product tomorrow.

Devlin said three products will be offered in stores tomorrow: hard candies called ZootRocks, two varieties of drink additives designed for relaxation or energy called ZootDrops, and single-serving shots called ZootBlast.

Patrick Devlin and his brothers, Michael and Dan, started Db3 after furtive discussions around their family’s Thanksgiving table in 2012. The company was the state’s first licensed processor to have products approved.  The company produces its products in a 25,000-square-foot space in Sodo.

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