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Keep an eye out for these celebrity brands this year.
Soon there will be more cannabis brands than there are consumers.
With all the new brands launching in weed-friendly places, we want to ensure you’re only buying the best.
We always encourage buying from new, lesser-known, and independent brands to support your local community.
There’s something about buying weed from a celebrity brand that’s pretty irresistible. It helps that these brand owners know their weed well, meaning they only sell what they would use.
Check out the top celebrity cannabis brands of the year below, and grab some certified dank products while you’re at it.
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Brought to you by Rohan Marley, son of legendary Bob Marley, his company Lion Order is less of a brand and more of a movement. But don’t get me wrong, they still sell premium cannabis offerings, but in an effort to emphasize love, unity, and healing.
The Lion Order movement is deeply rooted in Rastafari values and principles, steering the business toward an ethical, welcoming movement that champions social change and personal enlightenment. The brand’s list of legendary strains and other potent products are infused with the Rastafari spirit, encouraging spiritual connection and mindfulness.
Rohan often refers to the brand as “Roots Luxury,” a concept that pays homage to his roots and upbringing in Jamaica while elevating it with a luxurious, modern twist. When you’re looking for the cream of the crop and strains that are Marley-approved, look to Lion Order and unleash the roar.
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Paging Dr. Greenthumb…we need some good kush STAT. Now available in several Dr. Greenthumb’s dispensaries around California, B-Real’s cannabis brand is keeping connoisseurs satisfied with premium quality strains at various prices.
While Dr. Greenthumb’s is a line of high-end California dispensaries, it’s also a flower brand that’s treating consumers to what B-Real’s been puffing on all these years. The brand has 3 tiers of flower:
Funny enough, not even B-Real could have predicted launching a successful cannabis brand when releasing Cypress Hill’s 1998 smash hit, “Dr Greenthumb.” Turns out, listeners wanted to smoke what he was growing, and the rest is history.
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Rapper and entrepreneur Berner launched Cookies in California in 2012. Since then, the brand has trampled the west coast cannabis scene as a frontrunner for diverse cannabis products.
It carries everything from flower and pre-rolls to cartridges and edibles. Cookies products are currently available in Washington, Oregon, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Idaho, Colorado, Ohio, New York, and Canada.
Berner signed with Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang Entertainment in 2019, and it’s no surprise that Wiz has also dabbled in the cannabis industry.
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Wiz Khalifa is always smoking something good. It started in the early 2010s when brands would tailor strains to Wiz’s desired experience.
The result was the renowned Khalifa Kush strain. Now, fans can purchase that strain and other potent products through the Khalifa Kush brand. It carries dank pre-rolls, powerful concentrates, and tasty edibles.
It currently sells products in California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah and is looking to expand into Michigan and Florida this year.
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You might have heard of The Blues Brothers before. It’s a musical duo between actors and comedians Jim Belushi and Dan Akroyd.
While Belushi has his own weed farm in Oregon, he grows cannabis for The Blues Brothers brand.
It strives to deliver the best possible stimuli to endocannabinoid receptors through potent products and groovy Blues Brothers tunes. The “Working Man’s Brand” currently sells pre-rolls in Illinois dispensaries.
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Bella Thorne’s Forbidden Flowers brand holds self-expression and individuality at its core.
It’s unapologetically sexy, cheeky, and free-spirited, like Thorne herself. She’s a firm believer in destigmatizing the plant and expunging records of the remaining 40,000 cannabis prisoners.
Forbidden Flowers has many unique products like flower, pre-rolls, vape cartridges, and even infused chocolate truffle edibles. Forbidden Flowers is only available in California dispensaries.
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Actors and screenwriters Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg launched Houseplant in 2021. The brand was allegedly in the making for ten years.
The company launched in Toronto but is currently only available in California. Canadians can only grab what’s left on dispensary shelves like the Indica strain 91 Krypt and the Sativa strain Chemdawg.
In California, Houseplant’s website offers beautiful home goods like vinyl box sets with music for each sesh, block table lighters, two-in-one lamps/ashtrays, potent cannabis products, and more.
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His first cannabis venture didn’t pack a punch. So, Tyson 2.0 is former heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson’s second jab in the cannabis industry.
Tyson is one of the most enthusiastic celebrity cannabis advocates. He would often smoke weed during some of his iconic fights or after the match to calm him down.
He has a bunch of high-quality products, like the “Mike Bites” ear-shaped edibles with a chunk missing. Tyson 2.0 products are available in California, Nevada, Massachusetts, Colorado, and Michigan.