You might want to call up the rellies and throw one on the barbie before you sit down to roll yourself a joint. That’s right mates, today’s Tally Ho Rolling Papers Review looks at “Australia’s Finest.” It says so right on the outside of the package.
My nephew Mikey moved to New Zealand a bunch of years ago on his globe-trotting adventure.with his wife. Their favourite places ended up being New Zealand, Australia, and the Phillippines. It really is a remarkable part of our planet. The oceans and the islands are so untouched by the evils of mankind. Australia is a bit different. As the British colonized Australia. So it has that European feel that we have so much of to this day in the States.
One of those old time traits is capitalism. You know that whole “anything for a buck.” mentality. The idea here is to make a product. Then not give a shit about the quality. And finally, try to make as much money as humanly possible, before you get found out. The USA thrives on this principle. But I digress. Tally-Ho is a scam. Like so many other products, Tally-Ho is not what they claim to be.
Tally Ho Rolling Papers Review
I asked Mikey to bring me something back from Australia that was authentic and that I would enjoy. He brought me a pack of Tally-Ho Papers. I tried them and didn’t like them at all. So, I did the research. The packaging proudly boasts “Australia’s Finest.” So, I figured they must be somewhat decent. But that was not the case.
Tally Ho is “distributed” by Imperial Tobacco Australia. But that is where it ends. Belgium actually manufactures these papers. The damn packaging too. There is nothing Australian about them. It is all a ruse. The papers have all kinds of Australian trivia and quotes and silly ploys to promote Australian nationalism. But they are not “Australia’s Finest.” They’re not Australian at all.
Try a real rolling paper made with quality materials. I think I will stick to my Bob Marley’s. They’re actually from Jamaica. Read our review here https://420.reviews/bob-marley-hemp-rolling-papers-review/. I also like Smoking’s Corn Papers, which really do come from Spain. Read that review here to learn more https://420.reviews/smoking-maiz-corn-rolling-paper-review/.
Tally- Ho mass produces these chemically treated sub-par paper. It’s a gimmick. And it’s all a lie. Next time my nephew goes to Australia I want a dingo!
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