It all depends on your preference. Some smokers like to wrap their loud in something that provides an extra buzz like a natural tobacco leaf. Others want a slow smoke without any extra flavor or effects.
Our List of the Best Blunt Wraps for Weed
One of the oldest names in the game, and they make some of the best blunt wraps for weed, it has been around for a while. These blunt wraps make some of the best joints. The leaves that you find on the exterior will feel and look quite natural, even more than the competition.
These wraps come in a wide variety of flavors, but the White Peach one is the most popular. These are known to be a bit trickier to unpack than other brands; one trick is to completely cut of the “mouth” end, then roll the tobacco out from there. Rolling a White Owl is one of those blunt wraps that you have to split down the middle before you roll a joint.
The split must be in close proximity to the seam where the line can be easily seen. Get ready to roll by emptying the guts and tearing the paper.
To roll one, you need to split it down the middle close to the visible line at the seam. Empty out the guts, tear the double layer of paper, and you’re ready to start rolling. White Owls can be rolled as simply as a Phillies or as lengthy as a Dutch. It really depends on your preference
This brand of blunt wraps is nearly ubiquitous amongst stoner circles worldwide. Swisher Sweets sells blunt wraps that are easy and simple to split. These come in a wide assortment of flavors, but the recommended flavor is Blueberry. This is what many of the recreational smokers on the West Coast choose.
Many smokers simply cut a slit all the way down the blunt wrap, remove the tobacco, and refill it with their choice of cannabis.
One of the popular blunt wrap brands. These can be found easily at many pot shops and convenience stores. The strawberry flavor is highly recommended if you want a good smoke and slow-burning joints. You can roll this blunt by cutting and gutting it and using it after applying the cigarillo technique.
You can also loosen the outer leaf and use the inner paper to roll your joint and then you can wrap the leave over after you moistening it again. This method gives you a slower and smoother burn.
There are two ways to roll a Phillie blunt. For starters, you can be lazy and use the cigarillo method by cutting it and gutting it. However, a connoisseur would unravel the outside leaf, use the inner paper to roll the weed then re-wrap the leaf after re-moistening it. The second method should burn slower and smoke smoother.
Game Blunt Wrap
One of the blunt wraps that you could call classy. These kinds of blunt wraps are re-purposed and not used as cigars. The user takes out the tobacco and replaces the tobacco with the weed. The best recommended flavor is White Grape.
There are two ways to roll Games. For the Game cigarillos, we recommend cutting it down the middle from the jump. For the Game cigars use the same method as Phillies. Unravel the leaf, cut the paper, roll it up, and rewrap the leaf at the end.
Entourage makes one of the most convenient blunt wraps on the market today. They have more of a nicotine buzz than the previous items on our list. If you’re looking for simplicity along with some extra nicotine, Entourage is the way to go. They give the user “nicotine high,” more than other blunt wraps do. The Wine Flavor is the best recommended.
If you are looking for extra buzz from nicotine, then Entourage should be the choice. Prior to rolling, make sure you unravel this wrap. Dump the tobacco’s log once you get to the centre. After that, you would dust off the tobacco residue with your fingers. Fill it up with weed and then roll into a joint.
The Dutch master
One of the most classic ways to smoke a blunt. Dutch Master is a blunt-rolling classic. They’re known for their rather earthy flavor, and pair quite well with earthy strains of weed. They’re known for being difficult to work with and they’re expensive though, so beginner beware.
Palma is the recommended flavor. You could choose the chocolate flavors too as both are slow burners. Use the same method you use for the Phillies blunt wrap for the Dutch master.
Rolling a Dutch master is the same as a Phillie, Game, or any other cigar. Start by unravelling the leaf and cutting the inner paper down the line. Follow with gutting, stuffing, rolling, and re-wrapping the leaf.
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