George to hide weed
Dad Grass is a company selling pre rolled CBD joints and various other smoking paraphernalia and merchandise. One item is the above cardboard box which can hold a 5-pack of Dad Grass joints and keep it hidden in plain sight. It is manufactured to look like the original double cassette box of the “All Things Must Pass” album, but is a tad too small compared to the real deal. The company’s website has a page devoted to the special collection. Dadgrass.com
Harrison, along with the others in the Beatles, was introduced to marihuana by Bob Dylan and Al Aranowitz in 1964. There is little to suggest that he ever stopped smoking “grass.” Images of George, animated gnomes and product images, along with George’s song “Let It Roll” are all used in a promotional film to promote the products.
George himself did little to hide his weed, he kept it in a stash jar atop his fireplace. The cops didn’t know about this, so when they raided the Harrisons they brought their own hashish which they pretended to find hidden in a shoe. “I’m a tidy man,” Harrison said in a 1969 statement: “I keep my socks in the sock drawer and stash in the stash box. It’s not mine.”
Dad Grass is not shipping internationally, only within U.S.A.