Hey guys, I'm David from California and I've been smoking a few times daily for the past two years roughly - about 80% of my smoke sessions have been blunts. I've found I love some, and hate others, so here goes nothing. Swisher: Where I live this is THE standard of blunt rolling. Swishers are sold at every single little gas station, and very reliable. I've only ever received a few dry and shitty ones in my life, and I have bought -alot- of swishers. Grape is my preferred flavor, as it leaves a delicious little fruity taste on your lips. (strawberry/peach taste just like the regulars) Optimo: This is my favorite blunt, peach specifically. I have never, in my life, gotten a bad peach optimo in either a box, or in singles. They roll easily, they burn slowly, and hit way less harsh then most blunts. If you are new to blunt rolling, I highly recomend you give peach optimo a shot. Blunt wraps: I'm grouping all blunt wraps in the same catagory for one reason - I dislike them all. I know they are huge and can fit an 1/8th no problem. You dont have to slice open a cigarello, which makes them real easy to roll. My problem with them is that they are so damn soft. I am morally against rolling blunts with crutches - I find it ruins the experience. However blunt wraps are so bloody soft at the end, no matter how long you spend crisping the mouth piece of the blunt, it still goes soft on you after just a few hits. I also dislike heavy flavoring in my blunts (swishers and optimos are next to impossible to taste) and bluntwraps are just loaded with weird chemicles that flavor it. Backwoods: Backwoods are the granddaddy of ghetto blunts. If you dont know what they are, they are blunts that are rolled with a heavy tobacco leaf on the outside and more tobacco in the middle. To roll them you dont slice it open and roll, you need to unpeel the leaf slowly, scrape the tobacco out, repack your ganja inside, and roll it back up. I like backwoods in the sense that it is something different - it breaks the regular monotony of rolling/smoking, but if you are not comfortable with a HEAVY tobacco buzz (which I am not) then these are not for you. Unless you smoke tobacco regularly, you will get extremely lightheaded and dizzy from a backwoods blunt. Garcia y vega: These things are legit. They are like a swisher, except on the outside instead of the brown tobacco material there is a green tobacco leaf wrapped around it. As amazing as they smoke, I've had a few problems with them. The first ever Garcia y Vega I bought was a box, and every single blunt inside was hard as a rock (not exagerating, it literally felt like a rock). To roll these I planned on unwrapping the green tobacco leaf, rolling it like a swisher, then wrapping it back up in the leaf. What I did was boiled some water, and then let the blunt sit on a grate with was ontop of the boiling water. After about 20 minutes of letting my blunt soften up in the steam, it was back to normal. Nice and soft, it was easy to unpeel the leaf and roll as usual. this blunt hit and tasted AMAZINGLY. If Garcia y Vega's were a more reliable blunt, I would get them every time granted and I have a bit of time to roll it (takes longer then a swisher no doubt) White Owl: Sadly they dont sell white owls anywhere near me - if you have a little review on them it would be greatly appretiated...I've only heard good things. Dutch Master: The classic in blunt rolling I know, yet sadly I've never had one. Review would be greatly appretiated If you know any other great blunts to try please tell me! My experience is rather limited to the blunts I posted.