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Easy to roll, optimum thickness and free from chlorine. Not as readily available as others, however.

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      29.04.2011 15:18

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      I am living in Clonmel,Co Tipperary,Ireland,I have been using Rizla white papers but cannot seem to get them anymore,Is there a reason why ye do not supply them to us anymore.They are a brilliant paper.Hope ye will reply.thanking u

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      22.02.2006 21:53
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      Awesome in every way!

      White rizla are very rare and little is known about theese unusual papers, so are they worth buying?:

      Whats so special about theese papers:
      All rizla brand papers (and indeed any other brands) have been treated with chlorine to make the paper thinner. Although this does make the paper thinner, it also makes it covered in chlorine, now considering the amount of harmful chemicals you are about to inhale during smoking is chlorine really something else you want to add to the list? If not then theese are the papers for you as they are totally chlorine free and whats more they get around the problem of that extra paper too by having many small perforations in the paper.

      Thickness:
      Rizla whites are as thick as rizla reds (yes thoose papers i gave a poor review for their thickness) but with rizla whites this really doesn't matter, in fact it makes them what they are. This thickness gives a nice easy roll thats perfect every time so even the most inexperienced of users will love them. They also stay alight really well, i personally think this is also due to the little holes letting air circulate.

      Perforations:
      So they can stay alight well and it may be due to theese little holes, but you would be wrong to believe that is all they do, they also improve the taste of the smoke by allowing a small amount of air to mix in as it travels down the rollie. This is ideal for anyone that has trouble rolling with thinner papers but hates the taste of the thicker ones.

      Length:
      70mm in length they are again the same as a red rizla. Unfortunately though unlike the red rizla they do not come in a kingsize variety also, so those of you wishing for a longer smoke will have to improvise and increase the length by joining a few together, they do work very well for this.

      Width:
      Again theese rizlas fit the norm at 35mm, which is ample for a nice rollie.

      Gum:
      Rizlas arabic gum is usedf on theese papers and works well, a lot better than on some of the other coloured paper, i thinbk this is due to the absorbancy of the untreated paper and its more fluffy texture, either way youre on to a winner with theese.

      Pack size:
      As with all Rizla there are 50 papers in each packet and also a handy slip to inform you when you are 5 papers away from running out. The pack contains a piece of green card which can be quite useful for making your own filters and unlike some brands the packet is not too thick to roll effectively either (not that you will want to as the white packet looks awesome in every way).

      Conclusions:
      Theese papers are awesome in every way, easy to roll and smooth to smoke, they cost a couple of pence more than your standard papers but i would highly recommend paying it (mine were 30p). The only downfall with theese papers is that you are'nt likely to find them at your local newsagents, instead try a tobacconist or an online retailer, they are well worth the extra hassle.

      I will review several other papers over the coming week (in case you can't find theese) to help you make the best decision for you.

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