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Just like joints, the color of a spliff depends on the type of rolling paper you choose.

Most spliffs will be white or light tan. But there’s no reason you can’t go wild and wrap your weed/tobacco mix in a fancy color if the feeling strikes you.


The size of your spliff depends on the size of the rolling paper you choose. Most spliffs will be about three inches long and the same thickness as your typical joint.

Some sources like to claim that a spliff is (or should be) bigger or smaller than a regular joint and that that’s how you can tell them apart. To that we call B.S. Here’s why.

Let’s say you set out to roll a joint. You sprinkle all the marijuana you want on the rolling paper and are just about to close when you think, “Wait a minute. I think I’d rather have a spliff.” What do you do?

You scoop out some of the weed and replace it with tobacco. Essentially, you’ve got the same amount of ground material on the rolling paper (for your spliff) as you did for your joint. The end result will be the same size regardless of whether it’s a spliff or a joint.

In this case, size doesn’t matter (thank goodness).


The flavor of a spliff will be dramatically different than a joint but quite similar to a blunt.

Remember, the joint is pure Mary Jane, so the strain will dictate the flavor and aroma. The spliff is a mix of Mary Jane and tobacco, so it will taste and smell more like a cigarette than a joint.

You’ll also find that spliffs and blunts taste and smell a lot alike because they both have some part Mary Jane and some part tobacco. In the spliff, the tobacco is on the inside (with the Mary Jane). In the blunt, the tobacco is on the outside (in the wrapper).


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