“ Cigarette papers „
Now then i have used a multi array of rolling papers down the years and i can safely say that Zig Zag are top of the bill in my eyes. They are hte daddy of the rolling paper world, the king biffta's, well they are the best rolling papers money can buy and for 15p they make smoking a whole lot cheaper. Well not that mush cheaper but every little helps. Anyway noe Zig Zag rolling papers have one major characteristic, and i mean major, this is the fact that you could probably stick anythign together with the gum from these papers, well not quite but almost. They really do have probably the best gum you will ever find on a rolling paper. And its a nice orange colour which is fairly easy to see :). For you people out there who like to smoke long rollies, with the old WACCY BACCY, well they go excellent with 3 papers, they stick a treat, they roll well, they don't taste to bad, unless you use a extra paper (safety skin) although which skins don't taste bad when you use an extra one and they never match up. Its very rare that you get 2 zig zag next to each other in the packet that allign properly, which can be a bugger when you want the ultimate 3 skin set up. Well you people out there could say, they aren't supposed to be used for thatm but hey i bet the majority of rolling papers that are sold are by people who smoke the good old waccy baccy. The thing is you ask any 'dope' smoker which skins are the best and they will probably tell you Zig Zag. Why you may say, well try them out for yourself, test each rolling paper (ie swan, rizla and so on) and i bet you they won't stand a chance against Zig Zag. Oh yeah they have a nice looking pack, a great bloke on the front and a nice 5 leaves left. All in all they are a excellent paper that cost less than most brands. :)
At last a cigarette paper that actually sticks. I have tried most other brands of papers and they never quite manage to do the job. Rizla has to be one of the worst papers ever. I am a cannabis smoker as I have already said in other opinions and there is nothing more frustrating than getting your papers stuck together and ingredients added, and then it all dropping to pieces when you start to roll it. I find Rizlas the worst and Swan come a close second. Zig Zag papers have a running out slip at the end which is useful and the larger size Zig Zags are great for making party size joints without having to have an O level in origami. They don't rip too easily either. I quite often tend to put my finger nails through the papers when I am rolling, but this doesn't seem to happen so often with Zig Zags.
Before I start this opinion, I want to make it clear that I smoke roll-ups, the main reasons being that proper cigs are too expensive, and also I actually enjoy them more. I first discovered the Zig-Zag brand, when a new cheap shop opened in my village, it's the type of place that sells household items at bargain basement prices. Anyway I normally pay around 17p for Swan, but I saw Zig-Zag for 9p, so I bought a few packets to try them out. And they are just the same as any other brand, you get 50 papers altogether, it has a natural gummed edge, cut corners, and they are easy to roll. Now I buy about 30 packets every 2 weeks, and I save a complete fortune. I also discovered that markets, sell about 15 packets for a £1, so if I'm round that way, I save even more. Zig-Zag, also do other products, such as filters, so that you don't inhale so much nicotine. They also sell a rolling-machine for £1.79, this is a really invaluable product, and I find it more reliable that others, that are a lot more expensive. If you smoke rollies, try these papers, they save you hell of a lot of money.