Dad Grass

Dad Grass x George Harrison All Things Must Grass Dad Stash

$42

The Dad Stash is our revolutionary stashing system that lets you hide your grass in plain sight. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of George's seminal recording, we’ve created an “All Things Must Grass” 5 Pack Dad Stash that makes your Special Blend George Harrison Dad Grass Five Pack pack of joints look like the double cassette boxes released back in the day.

If you’ve still got a dusty shelf of outdated media, slide this Dad Stash between the Boz Scaggs albums and disco compilations your mom bought you in grade school. Nobody’s touched those things for years. Your kids don’t even know what they are. You’ll be safe until you finally get around to the remodel.

A classic toke meets a classic bloke with these signature George Harrison Dad Grass smokes. Crafted from a special blend of Organic CBD and CBG hemp flower. A perfect harmony for your smile and your heart. Nothing run of the mill. No cockamamie business. No extra texture. And absolutely no wah-wahs. Just 100% hallelujah to plug you in and turn you on. Om.

Like our Dad Grass and Mom Grass 5 Packs, the Special Blend George Harrison Dad Grass Five Pack comes with five .7G joints. Each one is handcrafted using only the finest 100% Organic hemp flower, responsibly grown right here in the USA. No additives or pesticides. No nicotine or tobacco. No sticks, stems or seeds. No trim or shake. A simple paper filter. All wrapped up in 100% natural papers and folded at the end to keep the good stuff in.

We gave the design of the Special Blend pack a little “extra texture”. How could we resist? We’re mixing it up with George Harrison after all! It’s still the same familiar flip-top hard pack with our E-Z slide insert. But if you look closely you’ll see some tasteful nods to the man and his music. On the front, just below George’s signature, we snuck in one of the gnomes from the cover of All Things Must Pass. On the sides, we proclaim the mantra of the collaboration, “Let It Roll” (an unintentionally apt joint-themed lyric borrowed from George’s Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp). The batch label, which contains information about the CBD and CBG concentrations and a QR code for the full testing results, is designed as an ode to George’s time spent in the East. And when you reach for one of your joints inside, you may just recognize the lush landscape of George’s Friar Park estate, also featured on the cover of All Things Must Pass.

"I’m a tidy bloke. I keep records in the record rack, tea in the tea caddy, pot in the pot box," said George to the London Times, after being arrested for having of 570 grains (36.9g) of grass laying about the house. Like most dads, George hid his stash. But way back in 1969, he oviously hadn't yet perfected the art of keeping his grass hidden in plain sight. Busted! We like to imagine that, if Dad Grass was around then, we would have had him covered

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