Do different types of papers affect the taste of your hemp blunts when smoked?

Remember that the role of smoking hemp can influence the taste of your joint. However, this flavor is mild and natural, which may appeal to certain people. Rice paper has very little influence on flavor, while wood pulp paper is easier to roll than hemp but can have a harsh taste. The role of smoking has many different effects on the smoking experience.

The pre-rolled material affects the flavor of the herbs, the speed at which they are smoked and your ability to roll them. Hemp paper tends to burn more slowly than its counterpart made with rice and is known to be turned off less frequently when smoked. These rolling papers have a light (and distinctive) aftertaste that tends to be milky and musky. While most people won't notice the difference, some experts feel that persistent musk detracts from their overall experience.

If these papers taste too strong for your taste, there are alternative options that won't affect the scent of the burned herb. Zig Zag hemp papers are made from 100% organic, vegan, non-transgenic hemp fibers and feature all-natural Arabica gum sealing lines. Some materials that make the popular pre-rolled joint papers on the market are refined white paper, unrefined brown paper, palm leaf, organic hemp wrap and organic hemp paper. Bob Marley's pure hemp rolling papers are made from natural hemp and feature all-natural rubber lines for high-quality healthy smoking experiences.

Zig-Zags organic hemp rolling papers are unbleached and are derived from 100% natural hemp ingredients. Industrial hemp has proudly resurfaced over the past 20 years, and hemp smoking papers were immediately appreciated by the community.

Leland Kail
Leland Kail

Hipster-friendly zombie geek. Incurable pizza nerd. Hardcore twitter maven. Hipster-friendly musicaholic. Wannabe coffee fanatic.