Hartsville, TN -- There could a "bleu" future for a former pot cave. Cheesemaker Roth Kase USA has purchased the Tennessee property that had belonged to a jailed pot grower. Authorities found more than 850 marijuana plants growing in a large cave beneath a house.
The house and land sold at auction for $285,000. The Wisconsin-based cheesemaker is hinting on the property's future. The company says the cave will be used to make money in a tasty way. Caves have long been used to age cheese. The company makes European-style cheeses, including bleu cheese.