About the collection
We are in a new era of cannabis, and its history continuously develops, being written each and every day. After 100 years of prohibition and centuries of unregulated cannabis use, Lowell's Origin Collection is a celebration and recognition of California's fine cannabis appellations.
Inspired by the concept of "terroir" and the appellation structure employed by the wine industry, Lowell's Origin Collection recognizes the craft farmer and highlights how elements like soil, climate, sunlight, and moisture influence the taste, structure, and overall effect of a specific strain.
The Origin Collection pays homage to the lands from which our cannabis is grown, with their sun-kissed valleys, rich soils, and microclimates as unique as the flowers grown there. Our family of farms have been cultivating the land for generations and have a long history of producing some of the world's best cannabis -- these are their stories.
SATIVA – 25% THC
Genetics: Jack Herer x Lemon Kush
Lemon Jack is a strain that will have you craving more. Ideal for any time of the day, Lemon Jack marries a unique, focused Terpinolene dominant strain with heavy hitter Lemon Kush for a potent punch that produces feelings of excitement and optimism.Sweet Sisters Family Farm
A multi-generational farm nestled in a sun-drenched meadow amongst Mendocino County’s redwoods, Sweet Sisters has been operating off the grid, producing high-quality, sun-grown cannabis for nearly 40 years. By employing sustainable practices, building their soil’s health, and running their entire farmstead on solar power, Sweet Sisters works in harmony with the land.Origin: Mendocino County
Mendocino is prized for its distinctive Pacific Ocean coastline and is home to Redwood forests, wineries, microbrews, and cannabis. Several of the popular medicinal cannabis strains known worldwide were developed here. Distinguished for employing growth techniques that preserve the natural environment's precious land and water resources, Mendocino represents cannabis culture's ideal.
Indica - 27% THC
Genetics: Triangle Kush x Animal Mints
Like biting into a sweet and zesty blackberry, wedding cake hits your palate with an aroma of cake dough, black pepper, and lemon with notes of diesel. With an exhale that's equal parts creamy and silky smooth, wedding cake is the ideal balance of mental stimulation and relaxation.Telos Farms
Telos is a family-owned and operated collective of small farms located in Northern California. With a focus on sustainable and quality cannabis, Telos cultivates safe, clean, and effective flowers and concentrates that delight even the most demanding connoisseur.Origin: Trinity County
Trinity is rugged, mountainous, heavily forested, and lies along the Trinity River within the Salmon and Klamath Mountains. Its high elevation, which adds to the area's significant daily temperature variation, makes it cooler than the inland but dryer than the coast. Warm days are tempered by cold air from the surrounding mountains that permeate throughout the evenings.
INDICA – 24% THC
Genetics: Banana OG X Purple Mayhem
One of the most flavorful smokes on the market, Purple Banana is remarkably euphoric. While classified as predominantly Indica, Purple Banana offers a cerebral-forward experience and meets your palate with a sweet, fruit basket of pleasure mixed with soft flavors of mango, banana, and orange.DewPoint
Nestled in ancient redwoods and overlooked by the King Mountain Range with the Mattole River winding through sits the multi-generational family-owned and operated Dewpoint Farm. With a plethora of natural elements at their disposal, DewPoint follows a family tradition of legacy cultivation techniques combined with love and dedication to producing their craft cannabis.Origin: Humboldt County
With over 100 miles of coastline along the Pacific coast in Northern California's rugged Coast Mountain Ranges, Humboldt is a densely forested mountainous and rural county. In the hills surrounding a small town called Garberville, hippies landed in the nineteen-sixties after fleeing the squalor of Berkeley and Haight-Ashbury.