Did You Say Honey?
Wait a minute… you mean I can add honey to my blunt? Yes, honey! That gooey, sweet delight bees are always buzzing to create!
As far as how to create a honey blunt, there are a few suggestions floating around in cyberspace. Here are our favorites.
Add a very, and we mean VERY, thin layer on the inside of the blunt to help roll It. If you do it this way you may still need a little licking power at the end to seal the deal, but it might be a little less slobbery. Slip that mug in the freezer for about an hour, take it out, then enjoy a slow burn.
Roll your blunt like normal, then put some honey on your finger and slide it across the closure. If you want to get creative, you can use a small utensil to swirl honey all around the tip of the blunt.
Pop it in the freezer (tip side up, maybe use a Styrofoam cup to keep it facing upwards, yes it’ll droop a little) to harden a little. Take it out after about an hour, and enjoy that honey goodness!
The Jury is Still Out
Now, I’ve heard mixed opinions about honey blunts. Some smokers enjoy using honey to seal their blunts instead of slobbering all over it like a golden retriever, but others have mentioned how it can get things a little sticky – and not the kind of sticky they enjoy.
Some people also say honey blunts burn nice and sweet. They take a little while to burn, which isn’t the worst thing in the world if you’ve got the time. Others have mentioned that the honey tastes burnt and leaves a bad taste in your mouth, and may leave your throat feeling a little irritated after a while, depending on how often you’re adding the sweetness to your Jay. I can’t imagine constantly smoking sugar can be good for you, so tread lightly.
Other sticky adhesives for blunts include:
- Maple Syrup
- Corn Syrup
Whatever you end up slabbing all over your joints, just make sure it’s safe and okay to smoke along with your bud.