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Zigarettenpapier: Arten, Unterschiede und Qualitätsmerkmale

Guides

You can find a great variety of rolling papers at Smoking Paper, as there are for all tastes!

If you are already part of our community, you will surely have your preferences. But, whether you are not or if you want to discover all the options we have for rolling paper, we offer you a small guide with which you will solve all your doubts.

Common characteristics of rolling papers

Each rolling paper model has its own characteristics so that you can choose the one that best suits your taste.

However, there are some common characteristics that you will find in almost all types of Smoking rolling paper. They are the following:

  • The Smoking watermark guarantees that it has been made with our quality seal. Only a few exceptions such as vergé paper do not carry it, but it is just as good.
  • Most types of rolling papers in our catalogue offer slow-burning, so you can enjoy your cigarette for longer.
  • Ultra-thin paper is a Smoking classic, but in reality, you’ll find different grammage options for almost every alternative.
  • The FSC certification you will often see is because the paper comes from forests and plantations that preserve biodiversity.

Types of papers and their differences

Let’s get down to business! In Smoking Paper, you generally have these types of rolling paper. Don’t forget that each of them has more options that vary a little in the final result!

  • Rice rolling paper: the most traditional, produced since the 1920s, with 100% natural vegetable gum and slow-burning.
  • Blue rolling paper: a classic format that everyone usually likes, especially for its ultra-thin paper and its excellent bonding.
  • Brown rolling paper: unbleached, which means that it is more environmentally friendly and also with classic format options.
  • Deluxe rolling paper: with a patented anti-slip system, ultra-thin, and slow-burning. A real pleasure for your senses.
  • Gold rolling paper: one of the most attractive options, combining a substantial sheet size and ultra-thin, slow-burning paper.
  • Green rolling paper: With vergé paper that makes it look more like a manufactured cigarette. A sticky tab is included to stick the paper to your tobacco pouch.
  • Liquorice rolling paper: a very particular option which adds a liquorice-like flavour.
  • Corn rolling paper: with a characteristic yellow colour that makes it stand out, as well as slow-burning and 100% natural vegetable gum.
  • Master rolling paper: another classic, with flat leaves without interlacing with less paper, ideal for experts in the art of rolling.
  • Orange rolling paper: with improved free-combustion and patented anti-slip system. It is also very similar to a conventional cigarette.
  • Organic rolling paper: the most ecological one, made with 100% hemp with a BIO certificate and Tree Free seal.
  • Red rolling paper: a super classic, with all types of options, such as the outstanding King Size for those who wish to flavour it longer.
  • Thinnest rolling paper: the thinnest paper of the house, with a weight of 10 g/m2, maximum transparency, and sufficient resistance.
  • Thinnest Brown rolling paper: the perfect combination of ultra-thin and unbleached paper, a more environmentally friendly option.
  • Tree Free rolling paper: made from textile fibers and, like all the other papers, free of dyes and other additives.

How the paper is made

The process of making cigarette paper requires a lot of time and, although it has improved with the new technology, the basis is still the same.

Firstly, the original material is chosen and the pulp is moistened. After that, it is stretched and very thin leaves are created.

We let the thin leaves dry and then cut them to the right size. The last step is to pack them into what is now called paper booklets.

There are many factors within this process that influence the final result, such as the original material chosen, the size of the cut, the grammage, and many other elements, which make the experience with each model different.

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