Blunt

ˈblənt | Noun

A cigar that has been hollowed out and filled with cannabis. Blunts are generally rolled with the exact same tobacco leaf wrappers used for cigars. The term traces back to an American brand of cigars called Phillies that made a cigar called a blunt. Blunts are visually distinguishable from joints because of the dark brown cigar paper that encases them as well as a greater thickness. The thickness of the paper allows blunts to burn longer than joints, and it offers an experience to savor. Depending on how a blunt is rolled, it can look either smooth or give a veiny appearance.

 

Roll me a blunt from that tobacco leaf wrapper over there.

 

I’m in the mood for a long, slow smoke, so I’d rather have a blunt than a joint.