what up W&B! it's a fucking gorgeous day. i'm gonna sow some veggies in my garden
after a quick bleezy and a cup o joe
Originally Posted by pezmasterelite
heady, I still am having trouble dealing with your rolling skills. You have really inspired me to roll more of a cigar than a blunt with your two paper/ diagonal outer leaf method.
This is an idea my friend and I came up with, have you ever dipped a blunt(cognac, brandy, other liqueur)?
(1) Instead of licking the wrap use a small sponge paint brush
(2) Instead of using water/sugar water to dip in, have little vials of like 1 shot each of some nice liqueurs.
I will post something in the cigar/blunt smoking club when I get around to doing this.
aw shucks --
you'll love what i've just started doin. i've been meaning to post it up somewhere, but i guess i'll debut here..
so i found a retailer that i bought a pound of premium CT shade leaf from (best natural leaf wrapper in the US, same as on dutchies). less than $50 bucks shipped to CA. 85-100 leaves per #, and each leaf gets me 10-16 wraps after i cut it up. that means each wrap is like a fraction of a cent.
no joke, i don't think i'll run out of wraps for like a year
i have tried flavoring my blunts. tried honey (no good -- burning sugars), cognac, bourbon, vanilla. same method as you just using it to moisten the outside leaf. never worked that great. i eventually gave up on the project.
however, i just was googling it the other day tho and i saw some interesting methods like leaving your cigars in a tupperware with a shot of cognac.
i'm pretty happy with the natural flavor of the shade leaf. it's very mild.
actually the best way to make your blunt delicious is to fill it with the most delicious weed. i have been luxuriating in skywalker og blunts recently (but only after 5pm lol).