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How to roll a tulip

An Amsterdam specialty, the tulip is often found (usually half-smoked) in the hands of an unconscious tourist. A good tulip is deceptively smooth to smoke and easier to roll than it looks.


Make a roach about the length and diameter of a pencil and seal it with a couple of large papers.
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Take two more large papers and stick them together to form a square with gummed strip running along one side.
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Fold corner A over to corner B to form a triangle, leaving the gummed strip uncovered.
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Wet the strip and fold it over to seal the triangle. You should now have something resembling a flatenned paper cone.
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Open up the cone and tightly pack it with layers of carefully blended mix.
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Gently crimp together the excess paper at the end of the cone.
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Place the roach in the centre of the cone, using the crimped paper to hold it in position.
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Finally, secure the roach by tying thread around the crimped paper, (a rubber band works well too)
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keeping everything as tight as possible. Blooming tulip-tastic!
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