The cigar has a lot of history, a lot of trivia, and a lot of interesting facts. However, it’s often easy to become so consumed with actually smoking the cigar, the luxury of its aroma, its flavor, its essence, to remember any of the legends and tales cigars light a match under. But, to miss out on these is to miss out on a lot of the cigar’s culture, miss out on its extravagance, and destroy its past. So take a moment every now and again to enjoy some cigar tidbits…before they go up in smoke.
The equipment’s required to roll it are:
- You need a Cigar or a Cigarillo or a Blunt Wrap, it depends on how much you want to take or how big it should be.
- Grinder is a requirement to roll the blunt properly. Many prefer it to crush it with hands but it requires a little more time instead use a grinder to crush the weed. If the cannabis is crushed properly then it will burn evenly and rolls easily.
- Herbs are required to roll a blunt, and the herb should be of a good quality.
Cigars can embody several different flavors. They can taste like Earth or spice. Perhaps they can even taste like chicken. But, no matter what, they should never taste like dirt. Dirt, is just not a popular flavor. If a cigar happens to taste stale, musty, or like you are scoping soil from the garden and placing the shovel in your mouth, you will know you are smoking a cigar that has gone bad or a cigar that is was born bad. Most cigars are not faulty. But every now and then a bad one may pop up. Sometimes you may be able to spot them, other times you may realize they are flawed a puff too late. Roll a blunt and enjoy it.