Blunts are nostalgic for me, I've been smoking them since just before I was out of high school. I do enjoy the extra kick from the tobacco wrap mixed with the ganja - feeling that fire in the chest. The tobacco smoke can be a bit harsh, it's not for everyone, but for me it's smooth hits with no stress.
The Right Cigars for Blunts
Some cigars are more suitable for rolling blunts than others. I'm not a fan of natural leaf wraps, I find them a bit harsh. In the States I enjoyed Phillies Blunts and Swisher Sweets. White Owls have a decent wrap in a pinch. In Ontario they have the Century Sam cigars that are perfect for splitting and rolling blunts.
How To Roll A Blunt
First things first, gotta get that cigar tobacco out of the wrap. I used to open up cigars by pinching down with my finger nails, but these days I carry a knife in my pocket - around the property - for cuttin' rope and splittin' blunts.
Split Blunt / Empty Wrap
King Tut Shake for Filling
I'll be filling up the blunt wrap with some shake from the King Tut bag - ooh so nice and crystally. The Tutankhamon Indica was gifted from a friend, more details about the comfortably numb strain on this post: Highlight of the Week: Tutankhamon bubble hash.
Rolls up just like a joint, but I find the large cigar wrap much easier.
Next up is the finishing touch.
Bonus. Wood Stove Quick Dry
Not a necessary step, but I like to give the rolled up blunt a quick dry on the edge of the wood stove. A lighter to give it a quick dry works well to. A well dried blunt wrap doesn't collapse when you hit it, so it hits nice and strong and easy. Careful, blunts can hit hard, I remind people to sip on them.
Ready for Blazin'
Light It Up
Back in the day I remember rolling up an almost cigar size blunt at a party. At least a dozen people in the circle, after a half hour had passed it was only burnt down half way. I do enjoy sitting back, taking my time, sipping on a blunt.