Here at 710pipes, we offer every type of smoking product. With JUULs and other vaporizers, pipes and water pipes, hookahs and much more, you’ll find everything you’re looking for at our Denver or Northglenn smoke shops. While our long-lasting, quality glassware is the best bet for most customers, some may only be looking to drop a little pocket change, or to enjoy a weekend in the 303 without bringing home paraphernalia. And for that, we’ve still got you covered with a wide variety of rolling papers. While papers tend to be pretty similar in shape, size and pricing, there are important distinctions between packs that significantly impact your smoking experience. Below, we’ll break down the upsides and downsides to several popular rolling paper materials, to help you find the perfect papers for you.
Shakespeare famously quipped “that which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” The same could be said about your favorite strain of flower. Still, many of the most popular strains in Denver are arguably enhanced by their catchy names, especially those verging on the silly and strange. Who gets the fantastic honor of bestowing Squiblica or Schnazzleberry into our lexicon? What goes into the process of penning the perfect name? As a writer for a smoke shop and lover of the ridiculous, these are the questions that keep me up at night. While the science behind growing and cultivating the very best bud is incredibly intricate, naming is formulaic and thoughtful in its own right – though seemingly much more fun. We’ll briefly answer your top questions about strain-naming and hit you with the highlights of its history.
Here at 710 Pipes, we have every imaginable smoking product and accessory. Our Northglenn and Denver smoke shops (on Colfax and near D.U.) are packed with hundreds of quality vaporizers, pipes, water pipes, hookahs and so much more. Still, sometimes it’s refreshing to go back to basics by rolling up a little paper. We recently reviewed the different types of rolling papers and the biggest advantages of each. But once you’ve bought your papers – then what? There are three basic categories of rolled cannabis: spliffs, joints, and blunts. Even the newest cannabis smoker on the block has usually heard these names dropped in passing, but the divisions between the three groups can get a little hazey. First, we’ll go over the basics of each category, and the pros and cons to each type. Then, follow our seasoned smoke shop expert’s step-by-step instructions to roll the perfect joint.