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Rizzla make several different types of paper but this is the only one with a flavour. The others are all plain white papers of different thicknesses.
These are packed in a flip up pack which makes then easy to use even one handed, very handy when you are the papers are packed so that each time you pull one out the next comes half out ready for next time.
These are a thicker paper than most, so if you prefer extra thin papers these may not be for you.
These aren't the type with the corners snipped off, I would rather they were to be honest.
To roll I find them reasonably easy, apart from when I have just washed my hands. I guess there is less grip on my finger tips.
As for the way they smoke they don't add that much taste to the smoke itself it is more that they leave a sweet taste on your lips. I find that they are nicer than normal papers for this reason. They make a roll up seem more mellow and smooth although I cannot quite put my finger on why.
They retail at 23p per pack at the moment. A pack contains fifty papers. They do have a warning paper when there are either five or ten left, I don't remember which. This paper is the same size as the others but is not useable. This paper is a great reminder to buy more papers so that you cannot run out.
I always opt for these over other papers and if you haven't tried them and you smoke roll ups then do give them a try as it is a cheap way to have a change.
I always try to buy these papers for one reason, they are thicker than most papers that I have come across. While my husband prefers the green and red packets I much prefer the liquorice.
The papers come in a pack of (I think) 50 though it doesnt actually say on the packet. The packet is orange in colour with rizla + in large gold lettering on the front.
The papers themselves dont really taste much like liquorice so if thats what your after I wouldnt recommend them. Saying that though, if your a machine roller (i've never been able to roll a cigarette by hand despite my husband trying to teach me) then these are great as theyre a bit thicker so I find easier to use.
The papers themselves are a dark brown colour and the gum is in my opinion pretty good. I've never had a cigarette unroll on me anyway.
The price is an average of 35p - 40p.
While I recommend these for their thickness if your after a liquorice flavour then these probably arent for you as the taste isnt strong at all. Hence the reason im only going these 3 stars despite them being my first choice in papers.
My favourite rolling papers are zig-zag, but if I have problems getting them, it would be rizla liquorice I would buy. Mind you, I have only been able to find them in Tesco.
I use menthol tips and along side the liquorice papers you tend to get an interesting taste.
The papers are black in colour.... well maybe more a dark brown
They are available in single packs of 50 papers.
The gum to seal the papers again is not very good, although this could be due to them being a thicker than most paper.
I personally being a smoker, rarely smell smoke from others but my husband has pointed out that when I use the liquorice papers there is a reduced smoke smell from my clothes.
I do myself however find that when I use the liquorice papers that I do not have an after taste from the tobacco, instead, I taste liquorice!
Interesting combination, needing the gum increased though.