Official Review – Elements’ Rolling Papers
The process for making rolling paper has generally remained the same throughout the years. But Elements has changed things up with their dynamic emphasis on health and the environment. Their signature rolling papers are produced in Alcoy, Spain, and their production is 100% windmill powered. The papers are made from environmentally friendly ingredients like rice and sugar, and are created without the use of harsh chemicals or burn agents. These rolling papers aren’t just better for planet Earth, they’re better for you.
Looks and Design
The papers feature Elements’ proprietary crisscross watermark and are available in King Size and Ultra Thin.
Those crisscross watermarks? They’re designed to decrease runs, and the design works beautifully. Another great aspect of these papers is that they burn with no ash. Aside from a little residue left from the sugar, they burn cleanly, with no taste.
There are different sizes and thicknesses. The King Size is $3.99 apiece, or $59.99 for a box of 50 packs (32 sheets a pack). The Ultra Thin is $2.99 apiece, or $39.99 for a box of 24. The package features a magnetic closure to keep it closed when not in use, but they are also available in a plastic “roll” which dispenses the papers one at a time and is refillable.
If you are looking for a paper that is easy to roll, slow burning and tasteless, you should definitely check out Elements. The fact that the company is environmentally conscious makes them all that much more appealing.
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