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Skunk Brands Skunkalicious Hemp Papers Reviews

Skunkalicious Rolling Papers Review



Founded in 1995, Skunk Brands is one of the oldest brands of hemp rolling papers on the market.  Skunkalicious papers are manufactured in Spain using pure hemp.  Skunkalicious tobacco or marijuana rolling papers are simply delicious in nearly every way.  Skunk Brand Skunkalicious papers use all natural plant based gum, which makes each joint rolled with Skunkalicious papers slow burning and high quality (so long as the joint is rolled correctly).


Skunkalicious

I picked up a pack of Skunk Brands Skunkalicious rolling papers at The Herbal Center (THC) a Colorado medical marijuana dispensary that I visit regularly.  Truly, I'm very impressed with Skunkalicious rolling papers.  Not only are they quality, slow burning rolling papers made from pure hemp with the use of all natural plant based gum, but Skunkalicious papers by Skunk Brands have an excellent texture, firm to allow smokers to roll joints with ease, but with thin papers that prevent smoking extra paper, instead of the weed you desire.

Skunkalicious

Skunk papers do not only serve their function exceptionally well, but their cosmetically attractive and unique as well.  The color of Skunk Brands' Skunkalicious papers packaging is a solid brown with "Skunk" spelled out in a hip font and a light green circle around Skunk Brands' classic cartoon skunk logo.  All in all very nice packaging.  

But that's not it.  The design on the rolling papers inside the packaging are unique as well.  Skunkalicious papers are white, like most rolling papers, but unlike most tobacco rolling papers they feature images of several light green cannabis leafs on each paper.

Skunkalicious Papers
Skunkalicious Hemp Rolling Papers

To sum it up, using Skunkalicious rolling papers by Skunk Brands have quickly become one of my favorite methods of smoking weed.

Comments

  1. Anonymous2:02:00 AM

    i dont understand why everyone seems to think these are so great, i tried them, they hardly burn.. really, i rolled up a joint and had to relight it at least 10 times, and yes i know how to roll a fricking joint..

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