Types of Rolling Papers for Tobacco

January 8th, 2013

 

 

It has to be added  that depending on tobacco brand, cut and humidity, thicker or thinner papers might work better, in terms of burning.
Thank you to expertvillage for the valuable suggestions. Feel free to add a comment.

Cheers,

Andrea


One Response to “Types of Rolling Papers for Tobacco”

  1. Joey T. Grant on July 9, 2013 3:40 AM

    When using filters, care must be taken not to use too thin a paper, and you mustn’t wet the paper too much when licking, otherwise there is a risk the paper will tear where the end of the filter meets the tobacco, rendering the cigarette useless for smoking. This problem also exists with roaches, although to a lesser degree. The advantages of cut cornered papers for tucking in the paper as the roll begins is negated when using filters and roaches, although the advantages for rolling in the dark remain.

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