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Smoking Thinnest Medium Rolling Papers Review

Thinnest Medium by Smoking are 20% thinner than average rolling papers on the market.

Earlier this week we reviewed Pure Hemp’s Classic Regulars and thought they were a little too thick for our taste so today we’re going in the opposite direction with a paper that’s 20% thinner than competitors – Smoking Thinnest Medium Rolling Papers.

These Thinnest Medium papers by Smoking brand are an incredible 10 g/m2 and combine transparency with optimum strength. They also a use glue compound made of natural vegetable gum, with no colourings or other harmful additives.

Let’s see how these compare to Smoking Thinnest Kings.

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The product arrived in a standard red booklet with 60 leaves.

Although these papers are much thinner then what you typically see, they’re sturdy enough to roll a joint without any issues as long as you take your time. If you try to rush or pack it too much then you’re going to get frustrated and rip the paper easily.

Smoking also FSC certifies their products which ensures the paper come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits.

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Obviously thicker rolling papers are easier to roll with because they don’t tear easily.

You just need to remember when using this product or any ultra thin rolling paper that slow and steady wins the race. If you prefer to taste your bud and not the paper while you smoke then taking your time is well worth it.

However if you’re just learning how to roll then you might want to start with something thicker just to get some practice under your belt. Experienced rollers will have no issues with these.

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In terms of overall value, that really comes down to your personal preference.

If you’re someone who likes using as little paper as possible then you’re going to love the Thinnest category by Smoking because they’re some of the lightest papers available. You’re going to pay about the same price for this brand as any other name brand rolling paper.

We like this product and so far think it’s one of the better papers we’ve reviewed. However we preferred Smoking’s Unbleached Regular Size Papers just a little more overall.

Smoking's Thinnest Medium Rolling Papers are 20% thinner than average papers on the market. Measuring only 10 g/m2, they combine both incredible transparency with optimum strength and are FSC certified to ensure all the paper comes from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. If you prefer minimal paper in your joints then you're really going to like this product.
  • 20% thinner than average papers
  • Natural vegetable gum for glue
  • FSC Certified
  • Tears easily when rolling
  • Might not be available locally
  • New rollers might find difficult
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Since high school my friends and I have been recreational cannabis users so we decided to start Merry Jade after legalization in 2019. We review and photograph the different products then share them on this website. The rating system we use is called “SAFE” which stands for Smell, Appearance, Flavour and Experience. Each category gets a score out of 10.

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