Cannabis brand Dad Grass is launching a product line honoring George Harrison’s 1970 album “All Things Must Pass,” according to a Billboard report. The collection, “All Things Must Grass,” includes CBD/CBG pre-rolls, rolling papers, an ashtray, a rolling tray, a limited-edition silk-screened poster, a button pack, a bumper sticker, and a stash box that looks like a cassette case.
Ben Starmer, co-founder and CEO of Dad Grass, said the company tends “to shy away from the high test blow-your-mind weed that kids are into today.”
“For this project, we set out to create a mellower kind of joint, something that blended together the type of high quality, low potency, and all-natural flower that was around when George was ‘having a laugh’ back in the early 70s. Just a classic smoke for a classic bloke.” – Starmer, in a statement, via Billboard
Joshua Katz, Dad Grass co-founder, said the CBD/CBG blend should take consumers “back to the good ol’ days when smokin’ a doobie helped you tune in, gave you a pleasant-but-manageable buzz and put you in a chilled out euphoric mood.”
The products are federally legal, containing less than 0.3% THC, and will be available online and in select stores later this month.
“All Things Must Pass” was Harrison’s first solo release following the breakup of the Beatles and was issued in a three-LP box set.
“We designed the Special Blend 5-Pack packs as a tribute to George and the diverse elements of his life’s journey,” Katz and Starmer told Vice. “The black Pantone you see throughout the collection is drawn straight from the ‘All Things Must Pass’ cover.”
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