George Harrison Inspired Cannabis Line Announced

George Harrison Inspired Cannabis Line Announced

Credit: Dad Grass

Cannabis company Dad Grass has just released a new collection of products titled “All Things Must Grass” in celebration of George Harrison’s 1970 breakthrough triple LP All Things Must Pass.

All Things Must Grass is a partnership with Harrison’s estate as George was known for his admiration of marijuana. The line includes products such as pre-rolled joints, rolling papers, a rolling tray, and a special edition “Dad Stash” pack of joints that resembles an All Things Must Pass double cassette box for those that want to hide their activities. Along with the cannabis products, memorabilia including posters, stickers, buttons, and matches are also for sale.

Credit: Dad Grass

Dad Grass described the Beatle-inspired product in a press release: “This peaceful balance of the two most enlightening cannabinoids, CBD for physical harmony and CBG for mental clarity, serves as an ode to George’s mystic blend of cultures, styles and times.”

Dad Grass CEO Ben Starmer went on to explain ,“We tend 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.”

Credit: Dad Grass


The website describes the product as:

“Classic toke meets classic bloke with our special edition George Harrison Dad Grass pre rolled joints, smoking paraphernalia, and merch.”

“In 1970, George Harrison released All Things Must Pass, his first solo album after the break-up of the Beatles. Just over 50 years later, Dad Grass is paying tribute to the man, the dad, his music and his enduring legacy by bringing the world some laughs and some grass.”

Watch George Harrison perform All Things Must Pass during his last live television performance in 1997 here:





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