Hana Meds, a vertically integrated cannabis company headquartered in Tempe, has announced its partnership with internationally recognized Willie’s Reserve®. Willie’s Reserve® is the brand brought to cannabis users by award-winning musician and activist Willie Nelson. Arizonans will now have the opportunity to partake in one of Willie Nelson’s sought after pre-rolls with a limited run of Willie’s Reserve® “High Five Packs” through Hana Meds.
Hana Meds has retained the exclusive rights to cultivate and distribute Willie’s Reserve in Arizona. Initially three strains will be processed, packaged, and distributed by Hana Meds. Each “High Five Pack” will contain five whole-flower, no-trim, half-gram pre-rolls in a collectible branded tin. The three strains that Hana Meds will produce are the Willie’s Reserve sativa-dominant Golden Goat, hybrid Headband, and indica-dominant Bubba Kush. The limited amount of packs will be available at Giving Tree Dispensary in Phoenix, Medmen Scottsdale, and Hana Meds Dispensary in both Kingman and Green Valley beginning January 25, 2021.
“When the opportunity to partner with one of the pioneers in the cannabis industry arose, the Hana Meds team knew we had to make it happen. During a viral time of change in our state’s cannabis industry, we wanted to be able to share something special with those that have been on this journey with us. The Willie’s Reserve® brand aligns with our mission and ways of producing high quality products, so it is a partnership that we see continuing,” said Matt Pinchera, CEO of Hana Meds.
The Willie’s Reserve® brand chose Hana Meds to partner with this launch in the Arizona market because of its dedication to the expansion of the cannabis culture, compliance, and community within the state. Hana Meds is a seed-to-sale company focusing on conscious cultivation practices with superior genetics, and use of 100% flower (no shake) in the small-batch production of its products. Hana Meds always has a third party lab that tests its products to ensure a safe and consistent experience for its patients.
AP Photo: Mark J. Terrill. Photo: Willie’s Reserve