Rolling a Primo Blunt Wrap

How to Roll a Blunt Like a Pro

May 29, 2024Zach Evans

The ritual of rolling a blunt is a tradition among many cannabis enthusiasts across the world. Whether you're a veteran stoner or a curious newbie, learning how to properly roll a blunt wrap is a valuable skill. In this guide, we'll take you through the step-by-step process of rolling a perfect blunt, from selecting the right blunt wrap to mastering the technique.

1. Choose Your Blunt Wrap:

The first step in rolling a blunt is selecting the right wrap. Blunt wraps come in various flavors and materials, including tobacco leaf, hemp, and flavored paper.

Here at High Society we only use Primo Wraps. We saw a demand in the market for higher quality Connecticut Broadleaf Tobacco Wraps with unique flavors that compliment the terpenes in cannabis. 
Primo Wraps come in 8 popular flavors which are: Banana Crème, French Vanilla, Natural Sweetleaf, Spiced Rum, Tupelo Honey, Strawberry Creme, White Grape, and White Russian.

These blunt wraps have been blowing up on social media with cannabis celebrities such as Weavers, Koala Puffs, and Odd Squad Family rolling up Primo Wraps on the daily. 

2. Prepare Your Herb:

Once you have your blunt wrap, it's time to prepare your herb with your High Society 4 piece Grinder. Grind your cannabis to a consistent texture using a grinder. Make sure to remove any stems or seeds. Anything other than herb can affect the rolling and smoking process.


3. Fill the Blunt Wrap:

Take your Primo Blunt Wrap and hold it gently between your fingers. Begin by sprinkling your ground herb evenly along the length of the wrap. Be careful not to overfill the blunt, as this can make it difficult to roll and may cause it to burn unevenly.


4. Roll It Up:

With your herb evenly distributed, it's time to roll up the blunt. Use your thumbs and index fingers to tuck the edge of the wrap under the herb, forming a cylinder shape. Once the wrap is tucked, begin rolling the blunt between your fingers, applying even pressure to ensure a tight seal.


5. Seal It:

Once you've rolled the blunt, it's essential to seal it properly. Lick the edge of the wrap and press it down firmly against the rest of the blunt. Use your fingers to smooth out any wrinkles or bumps, ensuring a tight seal that will prevent the blunt from unraveling.


6. Bake It:

Before lighting up, it's a good idea to "bake" the blunt to help seal the wrap and enhance the flavor. Hold the blunt over a flame, rotating it gently to heat the entire surface. Be careful not to burn the wrap or scorch the herb. Once the blunt is evenly heated, it's ready to smoke.

7. Sesh Time:

With your blunt rolled and baked, it's time to sit back, relax, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Light up one end of the blunt and take slow, steady puffs, savoring the flavor and effects of your handiwork.


Remember, practice makes perfect, so don't be discouraged if your first few attempts aren't flawless. Keep honing your skills, and soon you'll be rolling blunts like a seasoned pro. Happy rolling!

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