TORONTO, June 25, 2019
/PRNewswire/ - The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc.
("Supreme Cannabis" or the "Company") (FIRE.TO) (SPRWF)
(53S1.F), in partnership with Khalifa
Kush Enterprises Canada ULC ("KKE"), today launched KKE Oil, the
first product under the KKE brand line.
KKE Oil is a premium, recreational focused oil,
developed for the consumer who wants the convenience, high THC
potency and precise dosing offered by a cannabis oil. KKE Oils are
one of the first ever recreational-focused cannabis oils available
to consumers in Canada. Wiz Khalifa and
the KKE team specifically selected the Supreme Cannabis'
wholly-owned subsidiary, 7ACRES Sensi Star strain for the debut
of the line.
"I'm excited to bring our first products to
Canada and launch KKE Oils. They are an awesome,
high-in-THC product that everyone will love," said Wiz
Khalifa, principal of KKE. "This is a legendary moment that
will be followed by many more game changing releases KKE will
launch with Supreme Cannabis over the next year.
"We firmly believe that a high-quality input
supports high-quality output and KKE Oil embodies this belief. We
are excited to launch one of the first recreational focused
cannabis oils in Canada with Wiz Khalifa
and the KKE team. KKE Oils are easy to consume, effective and
deliver the aromatic terpene profile 7ACRES' Sensi Star is known
for. We can't wait to launch the full suite of KKE products,
including KKE Jean Guy Oil, later this year," said John
Fowler, President and Founder of Supreme Cannabis.
Canada will be the first country
outside the United States to experience KKE branded
products. KKE Oil is expected to be available for purchase in
British Columbia and Ontario by the end
of the week, Alberta in early July and released to
other Canadian provinces throughout the year. KKE Oils are the
first in a full suite of recreational focused products expected to
be created under the previously announced partnership between Supreme
Cannabis and KKE.
Learn more at KKE.CA and follow KKE on Instagram and Twitter at @kkeglobal for the latest
About Supreme Cannabis
The Supreme Cannabis Company, Inc., is
a global diversified portfolio of distinct cannabis companies,
products and brands. Since 2014, the Company has emerged as one of
the world's fastest-growing, premium plant driven-lifestyle
companies by effectively deploying capital, with an emphasis on
disciplined growth and high-quality products.
Supreme Cannabis' portfolio includes 7ACRES, its wholly-owned subsidiary and
multi-award-winning brand; Cambium Plant Sciences, a plant
genetics and cultivation IP company; Medigrow Lesotho, a cannabis oil
producer located in southern Africa; and a brand
partnership and licensing deal with Khalifa Kush Enterprises Canada.
Supreme trades as FIRE on the Toronto Stock
Exchange (FIRE.TO), SPRWF on the OTC
Exchange in the United States (SPRWF) and 53S1 on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
(53S1.F). Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
We simply grow better.
About Khalifa Kush Enterprises Canada
Khalifa Kush Enterprises Canada was
founded in 2018 and is the first expansion for Khalifa
Kush outside of the U.S. with plans for growth in additional
countries all over the world.
Khalifa Kush products were first
commercialized in the U.S. in 2015 by multi-platinum, Grammy and
Golden Globe nominated recording artist Wiz Khalifa
and his long-time business associates Will Dzombak
(CEO, Taylor Gang), Tim Hunkele (Vice
President, Taylor Gang) and Constance
Schwartz (Founder and CEO, SMAC Entertainment). The company
has achieved much success with the creation of high quality and
highly sought-after products in the legalized marijuana market and
are currently available for purchase in Nevada and
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and include, but are not limited to, the quality and
characteristics of the KKE Oils, the development and distribution
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by the forward-looking statements, including, without limitation,
the factors discussed in the "Risk Factors" section of the
Company's Annual Information Form dated October 2,
2018 ("AIF"). A copy of the AIF and the Company's other
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that the list of risk factors and uncertainties described in the
AIF is not exhaustive and other factors could also adversely affect
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