Found Cafe offers a wide range of CBD products, and hopes to be fully operational by October.
According to Associated Press, the first CBD cafe of its kind has opened up in Hong Kong, skirting cannabis law in the process.
The new cafe, Found Cafe, is the first store in Hong Kong where citizens can purchase a variety of beverages and snacks that contain CBD.
Found Cafe is able to get around the law which bans cannabis due to the fact that none of their merchandise contains THC.
Fiachra Mullen, co-founder of Altum Asia Limited, which set up Found Cafe, said: “Hong Kong is actually one of Asia’s most progressive cannabinoid markets.
“Unlike other parts of the region – Australia, New Zealand, Singapore – it’s actually quite a progressive cannabinoid law in Hong Kong, so we can sell most cannabinoids in Hong Kong as foods as long as we don’t have any THC in the products.”
The cafe if not yet able to sell freshly baked snacks, or drinks, but hopes to be fully operating by October.
A bottle of cold CBD-infused coffee costs HK$80 (around £8), can of CBD beer costs HK$70 (£7) and a CBD-infused mooncake costs HK$38 (£3.80).