A bad workman always blames his tools, but in some cases this can be true of some rolling papers. The most vital piece of a spliff, after the green of course, is the paper that you use to roll your masterpiece.
There are many different types of skins on the market, some good, some bad. Different length spliff, speciality spliffs burn-offs etc all require a good quality skin to stand any chance of success.
So here is the guide to the most popular skins on the UK market, of course if you pop into your local tobacconist you will find a plethora of paper delights. Ease of rolling increases with paper weight/width, and the gum has to be reliable else the bastard will fall apart in your hands.
The mainstay of successful caning for years, they produce the best papers. Quality subtle tasting paper and ultra reliable gums.
The gums don’t stick, the paper tastes bad.
Good quality skins with a smaller width and 1.5 rizla king size length.
A long roll of paper, gummed but not very effectively. You can literally pull the paper to the desired length.
5. Highland Skins.
Interesting due to their common two skins pack, and of course the pack of roaches you get that as you use slowly reveals a stripping police woman.