Ask Willie Nelson about his love of marijuana and he will likely direct you to his memoir, the awesomely titled "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die: Musings From the Road."
That, or he’ll delightfully tell you about that one time he smoked pot on the roof of the White House.
Soon enough, the legendary singer-songwriter will have something new to boast about: his very own brand of weed.
Yes, after being a longtime proponent and enthusiast of marijuana, Nelson is looking to get into the business of actually selling it. The product is called Willie’s Reserve, and it could be available to the public as early as 2016. It will also be distributed through physical stores, which Nelson and his family hope to open up across the US in states that’ve legalized marijuana.
In addition to signature strains grown under the 81-year-old musician’s guidance, Willie’s Reserve will sell other people’s products.