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Going Green: Premium Pre-rolls by Justin Bieber

by Joe Grande


Going Green: Premium Pre-rolls by Justin Bieber

by Joe Grande


CREDIT: palmspremium.com

 


Justin Bieber’s seventh song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart “Peaches” released on March 19, 2021. In celebration of his hit single, Bieber is collaborating with cannabis company Palms to release a limited-edition, premium pack of pre-rolled cannabis called “Peaches”. 


The pack contains 7 pre-rolled .5 gram joints and a free black Bic lighter that reads “Peaches” in peach-colored lettering. The pre-rolls are available in three different strands. The Indica rolls are intended for pure relaxation providing a body high perfect for chilling out. The mood enhancing Sativa pack is perfect for socializing and increasing productivity. The Hybrid is great for leisure activity. Peaches Pre-rolls sell for $50 a pack for a limited time only. 


Company Story:  

“Palms’ goal is to elevate the stereotypical “stoner” experience by providing a sophisticated and thoughtful product fit for a night on the town or a quiet evening at home. First time and casual consumers will appreciate the convenience, consistency,  and approachability of our products. Experienced users will appreciate the attention to detail, quality and thoughtfulness that was put into every pre-roll.

Palms pre-rolls were created to ensure that everyone has access to a high-quality cannabis experience. The entire brand, product and packaging has been thoughtfully created with the casual and recreational consumer in mind. The flower is mid-strength by design and provides a great functional high.”