Rohan Marley’s cannabis brand Lion Order is roaring with good vibes this week. The son of legendary reggae recording artist Bob Marley is celebrating his roots luxury brand with fellow cannabis users around Michigan today and tomorrow, April 27 and 28.
Lion Order debuted in Michigan, launching Rohan’s favorite strains like the hybrid King Clementine and the potent Indica-dominant hybrid Hurricane. Now, he wants to share them with connoisseurs in the brand’s home state.
Today and tomorrow, Lion Order is hosting meet and greets with Rohan at various farms and dispensaries throughout Michigan. He’ll chat with consumers, discuss the brand’s impressive strain lineup, and share his personal favorites.
See details about Lion Order’s meet and greets below:
April 27: Harbor Farmz – 503 S. US Hwy 131, Three Rivers, MI 49093 (3:00-6:00 pm)
April 28: Bazonzoes – 1760 E. West Maple Rd., Walled Lake, MI 48390 (1:00 pm)
April 28: Pleasantrees – 1504 E. Papalas Dr., Lincoln Park, MI 48146
April 28: Nature’s Remedy – 925 E. Drayton St., Ferndale, MI 48220
Lion Order’s flower is grown at 305 Farms in Lawrence, Michigan, bred by Heavyweight Heads with the finest genetics, and grown to perfection. He’s thrilled to bring his favorite strains to the masses in hopes of elevating your sessions with the highest-quality Marley-approved cannabis.
Besides premium flower, Lion Order will also launch accessories. Rohan tells Herb in an exclusive interview, “We put a lot of importance on having the best flower, and the best accessories for their storage, preparation, and consumption. Lion Order accessories are going to be thoughtfully designed art objects. Pieces to be proud of, with permanence that is useful, practical, and beautiful.”
With each endeavor, Lion Order strives to preserve Rastafari culture. The brand is an homage to Rohan’s roots and upbringing in Jamaica with a contemporary, luxurious twist. “Roots Luxury is growing up in Jamaica and watching a Rastaman smoking a spliff sitting on the hood of a BMW,” Rohan tells Herb.
He explains, “My relationship with this plant is generational. I grew up eating seeds off of my father’s surry board and smoking the chalice at age 7. Sitting in the circle with all the elders. This is my life. My father’s mission was to spread unity and oneness. This is my way of sustaining the mission.”