Backwoods are a type of cigar that have become quite popular among the smoking community. They are made from natural tobacco leaf and come in a variety of flavors including Honey Bourbon, Original, and Sweet Aromatic. The most appealing thing about them is that they are a unique-tasting alternative to rolling papers. Rather than tasting the paper, one can taste hints of vanilla bean, dried fruit and more through the wrapper of the cigar.
Although many people think that Backwoods are hard to roll, they actually roll quite well if you know how to do it. The key to making them roll is a lot of licking and then using the tried-and-true method of tucking in each petal as you go. The process is fairly quick and easy, especially if you already have rolled Backwoods before.
Once you have a pretty tight flower blunt, it’s time to put your weed inside. Be sure to pack it in fairly evenly. You can also choose to curve the wrap slightly to help it stay in place.
After putting in the weed, wait to let it sit for a few minutes before lighting up. This will allow the petals to dry out and seal up more, ensuring that your rose blunt doesn’t go out or burn unevenly. It’s also a good idea to take it out of the oven once again to ensure that no moisture is left behind. This will help your rose blunt hit as strong and potent as possible.