i roll my cannabis in BambÃº papers. they are made in spain and have been around since 1764. i figure since they have been around longer than the US has been a country, they have to be pretty good. recommendations or suggestions?
I've had great success with Club rolling papers, nearly no ash. A good test is to take the paper and burn it with nothing in it and see how much ash is left over. I haven't used any good green pot with the clear rolling papers so I can't tell you the benefits of them, but I hear only good things, maybe its just because they are clear.
I like Skunk Brand as far as hemp goes, but if you're looking for an even cleaner smoking, rice-based paper, I have to recommend Elements. They burn about as clean as anything I've ever smoked, and they have really cool, colorful glossy sleeves with sweet graphics. It's a win-win
After trying over 25 different types of papers I can tell you who the real contenders are. If you are going for taste, slow, burning, ash quality, and other very specific aspects then you must first ignore ALL types of flavored papers and anything with printed designs on it. Although they may taste or look good, the added flavors and inks are just ruining the taste of your weed and the quality of the smoke. Also, anything that ends up burning unevenly or comes unglued must be taken out of the running as well.
With that said... the classics are still the best. My favorites are, Club (squarepack gummed) Zig Zag (All), J.O.B.(french light, 1-1/2), EZ-Wider (Slow burning, pure hemp), and Swan (Green Cut Corners--> 50 papers per pack for $1 :60: ). But my top #1 choice is Zig Zag orange slow burning 1-1/4, thats why those wear the armor.
I used ZigZags for years now I use Elements rolling papers.
I buy the 300 leaf packs, and like the papers, and the price.
ZigZags have become too costly, and the Elements when bought in bulk on amazon are less than $2.25 a pack.
100% rice papers ultra thin, and leave almost a zero ash, and 10 times the papers for the money.