This news out of Wisconsin should make Todd Marinovich cry once he wakes from his yet another bender. A Wisky businessman recently won an auction for a Tennessee cave that served as a pot growing facility and will turn the property into a cheese aging plant.
“Cave-aged cheese is all the rage now,” the new owner tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
From a stoner’s dream come true to a cheese snobbery cave, this property has become a tourist attraction.
Besides using the cave for aging cheese, (the owner) hopes that its infamous, pot-plant history will make it suitable for agritourism.
The Roth Kase cheese plant in Monroe has become a tourist attraction for legal reasons, with its gift shop and specially constructed observation gallery over the cheese-making area.