I have decided to do a Joker Rolling Papers Review for a couple of reasons. The first reason is that Joker was the very first rolling paper I ever used. And the second is to do an unbiased review that will shed light on what a Joker is, and whether or not you should go out and buy a pack.
My very first joint I smoked while I was still in the 7th grade. Oh yes, we started young in the 1980s. I only took a few hits because it really burnt. And as a result, I did not get high. This was the same for me until I finished 8th grade. By the time I got to high school I was a real weed smoker.
In those days it was all joints. Every once in a while we would have a cheap metal pipe or one hitter. But we smoked joints every day for my entire high school career. The only papers we had then were Jokers and Zig Zags. At the time I was young and inexperienced. I had nothing on which to base the “quality” of the joint. Now I do.
Joker Rolling Papers Review
If you’re looking for reviews or information on Joker Rolling Papers it’s surprisingly hard to find. A few words I saw on advertised sites were “finest quality” and “French-made.” Well, it turns out neither of these things are true. First of all, the paper’s made in Belgium. So, I guess technically they could be French. But that really doesn’t matter.
What does matter is quality. They also claim to burn evenly, and be strong. Again, neither of these statements are true. Each time I rolled a Joker joint it burned unevenly. Not only that, but the papers are so thin you can see the weed. And good luck not tearing the paper. You better grind that weed up real good.
In closing, I would say stick to Zig Zags. They cost about the same and burn much better. They’re both massively produced. So, there is really nothing high end about either. The paper’s bleached. They’re not made from natural products. I would only use a Joker if I were in a Mom and Pop store and needed a pack of rolling papers and the only brand in the place was Joker. Otherwise, the Jokes on You!