Frequent visitors of head shops like 710 Pipes tend to appreciate our mainstays, such as pipes, hookah products and rolling papers. While the love of smoking products permeates popular culture, very few of us are versed in the origins of the staples we rely upon today. We’ve reached deep into the past this week, exploring the respective journeys of tobacco and rolling papers to the popular forms we know and love.
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.
Here at 710Pipes, we have every imaginable smoking product and accessory. Our Denver and Northglenn smoke shops are packed with JUULs and other 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 paper and the advantages to 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 smoker on the block has usually heard these names dropped in passing, but the divisions between the three groups can get a little hazey. Today we’ll go over the basics of each category, and the pros and cons to each type.
Where I’m from, people really don’t smoke a lot of joints. That’s mostly because pot is an incredibly scarce commodity there, like a lot of places in this free country. Pipes and bongs were the standard in my neck of the woods, and it wasn’t until I’d moved to Colorado and fraternized with some European aficionados that I began to appreciate all that a well-rolled reeferette has to offer. There are generally two styles that I employ when I roll a cannabis cigarette. We’ll take a look at both.