Cid Lysergic

Rizla Blue Kingsize Slim Rolling Papers

3.4/5, 3.4 from 2 reviews

Recent Reviews

  1. Lostandlonely
    Best Quality
    4.75/5, 4.75 out of 5, reviewed Nov 2, 2017
    • + Easy to use
    • + Thin
    • + Perfectly sized
    • - Too pricey for what they are
    • - Not as good health wise as hemp papers
    I've never been one to use bongs or pipes to smoke weed although I have tried them, as someone who smoked cigarettes before trying weed, rizla was a natural progression for experimenting with weed.
    The only rizla available at that time were red and short so you would need 3-5papers to roll a joint. Quite tricky when you're too young to smoke in the house and ur in the park trying to stop the wind blowing away your precious herbs, which wasn't skunk and needed cleaning before making said joint. It got to the point I'd pre-roll a couple before going out!
    Reds were thick and impractical, then came the blues!!
    Blue rizla was thinner and came in a joint sized pack eliminating the need to construct a paper big enough to build a nice fattie!
    I found that the weed smoked better without a taste of paper accompanying it. Admittedly, blues burn faster than reds but that's easily sorted by dubbing it out between blasts.
    I have tried red, green,blue clear and blunts and until the appearance of raw organic hemp rizla I was loyal to blues, I only use the hemp because of the same thinness and the organic factor, However I find blues still top them when it comes to roll ability, raw' are slipper and hard to use smoothly often resulting in a loose joint, but blues always produce the perfect joint for me so in my humble opinion they are the best quality for smoking weed with.
  2. Cid Lysergic
    Rizla rolling papers
    2/5, 2 out of 5, reviewed Nov 2, 2017
    • + When you got nothing else, it will do the job
    • - Rip too easily
    • - Pricier
    • - Faulty glue strip
    • - "Run's" (doesn't burn evenly)
    In high school, back when I was just beggining my stoner days days, everything was new to me, & everyone had opinions on which rocked and which sucked. I opted for metal pipes, while my friends preferred glass for example.

    For rolling papers, I got to say, I really don't like Rizzla papers. Here is why:

    They rip too easily, the glue strip seems cheap & does not hold, & some packs a lot of the time come with half the glue strips either in the wrong place, missing, or already glued to the next paper. It's like an accordion. I had a friend be like "WOW! You got rizzla's!!" & immediately I gave him all I had as I had received them as a gift from another person who disliked them.

    It's personal opinion though I suppose.

Paper Details

  1. Rizla Blue Kingsize Slim Rolling Papers are the same fine weight as the Blue Kingsizes but are longer and slimmer (108mm x 44mm). Blue Slims will burn slower due to them being thinner but are slightly harder to roll with, due to the thinness.

    Rizla papers are FSC Certified, which helps to maintain the world's most important forest resources. Rizla use only the finest quality gum on their papers. A paper slip folded in with the leaves reminds you when you're running low. One single pack contains 32 rolling papers.
    • Rizla Blue Slims
    • Fine Weight
    • 32 Leaves Per Pack
    • Box Contains 50 Packs
    • Size: 108mm x 44mm
    • Material: Rice Paper

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