Bottle Toke (BT)

Last updated: November 17, 2021

What Does Bottle Toke (BT) Mean?

Bottle toke, or BT, is a term that applies to both a method of smoking hash, as well as the size of hash pieces used in the smoking method.

Essentially, during a bottle toke, a hole is made in a plastic bottle, the hash is picked up on the lit end of a cigarette, and then the cigarette is inserted through the hole in the bottle so you can smoke via the open bottle neck.


Maximum Yield Explains Bottle Toke (BT)

There are as many ways to enjoy marijuana as there are people interested in exploring their options. You can smoke it in a joint, or use a hookah or a bong. You can roll a blunt, or bake it into foods. You can even mix it in cocktails. One method that may not be familiar to everyone is called the ‘bottle toke’.

Essentially, bottle toking is a method of smoking (cooking) hashish without the need for any expensive tools or equipment. All you need is some hash, a cigarette, and a plastic bottle.

To get started, bore, cut or burn a hole about halfway up the bottle’s side. The hole should be large enough for a cigarette to fit inside comfortably. Once the hole is made, use the lit end of a cigarette to pick up a small (5 mm) piece of hashish (also called a bottle toke or BT). Insert the lit end of the cigarette into the bottle.

Leave the cap in place, and allow the bottle to fill with smoke (a mix of tobacco and hash smoke). Once the bottle is filled, uncap it, remove the cigarette and inhale.

Note that some people have experienced trouble getting the hash to stick to the cigarette ember. To alleviate this problem, you can try to super-heat the cherry of the smoke, or tuck the hash under the tip of the paper so that it is held in place while the heat makes it sticky.


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