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Country music legend Willie Nelson launches Colorado grown CBD-infused coffee

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Country music legend and well-known marijuana/hemp user, Willie Nelson, introduced a hemp-infused coffee bean as his first product in a new health and wellness line called, "Willie's Remedy." 

According to Nelson's website, the coffee is infused with "certified organic, full-spectrum hemp oil grown in Colorado" and the coffee is sourced from smallholder farms in Colombia. 

Nelson's brand is aimed at selling "non-intoxicating hemp-based products." His wife, Annie, helps in the curating of the brand that will roll out more "hemp-based health and wellness products" this year.

The couple introduced "Willie's Reserve" in 2015. The cannabis brand helps tap licensed cultivators for their legal, medical, and adult-use cannabis products. 

The company claims when brewed properly, each eight-ounce cup of Willie's Remedy coffee will contain seven milligrams of hemp-derived CBD. The product is not necessarily cheap, though. An 8 oz. bag costs $36.

To learn more about the coffee or to purchase it for yourself, visit Nelson's website


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