Rolling Papers and wraps are a bonafide ritual for lovers of all things 420!
Freshly Baked is committed to giving you the best rolling experience, and with that in mind, we only sell our papers and wraps by the box. Why? Two reasons. One, you save money buying a box in bulk vs hitting up the store multiple times a month. Two, you always know your papers are fresh.
We roll up... A lot and this is how we ‘roll’. We don’t do it any other way and we know that you’ll see the value in this too. When we look at savages like Dr. Greenthumb, Berner, Snoop, and others, they aren’t coming in with a booklet of papers, those boys got the box.
Our papers & wraps come from top-tier brands like RAW, King Palm, Vibes, High Hemp, OCB, and more!
Our wraps are all tobacco-free and are mostly hemp or banana leaf-based.
We also have the largest selection of grinders and rolling trays, all of the essentials that you need to roll up like a fucking superstar. Check out the most popular paper sizes and materials below!
1 ¼” Size Papers
One-and-one-quarter-inch (1 ¼”) rolling papers are one of the most popular sizes available. Once rolled, they are similar in size to your standard cigarette. At maximum, you can fit approximately 1.5 grams in this size of paper.
1 ½″ Size Papers
If you’re looking for a larger paper that can fit more material, opt for the bigger one-and-one-half-inch (1 ½”) rolling papers. Once rolled, these papers yield a joint that is larger than a cigarette but not quite as big as a blunt. You can fit approximately 2.5 grams of the herb in this size of paper at most. These are great for beginner rollers, although you’ll want to nix any excess paper.
King Size Papers
Essentially King Size is a paper that is slightly less wide than a 1 ½” paper. It’s got a longer length so it's great for those who like a bigger jay. There are also King Size Slims, these are the same width as a 1 ¼” paper, but have the same length as the traditional king-size (between 100-110mm).
The King Size can fit at most 3 grams of herb, while you’ll be at around 2 grams for the King Size Slim.
White or Brown?
Rolling papers may have different porosity to control ventilation and burning rate. Apart from this, the paper can contain additional substances that slow down the burning, stabilize the paper itself, its smoke, and its ash.
White rolling papers usually have a chemical aspect because of the presence of chlorine or calcium carbonate, which helps slow down the burn.
Flavored and colored rolling papers also contain chemicals or even natural substances that have no real reason to be inhaled. Nowadays, many papers from respectable brands are made without chemical treatments or materials that improve combustion, reducing the possible harm and aftertaste of your smoke.
Wood Pulp Paper
Wood pulp rolling papers were the most popular papers; this had been true for more than a century. Wood pulp can be blended with other fibers which make their texture easier to handle. On average these papers are thicker than modern types although they are available in a few different thicknesses—bleached or unbleached.
Whitewood pulp papers are bleached while brown ones are not. Wood pulp is solid, and the substantial texture of these papers makes them good for beginners as they hold their shape well even in presence of a little humidity or shaky, sweaty hands. Wood pulp papers have a medium burn rate and create heavier ash.
Rice Is Nice… For Rolling Papers
The best rice papers are made from all-natural ingredients, meaning it’s basically just processed and pressed rice. These rolling papers are usually thinner than others. This may require a little more effort when you’re rolling as it’s a bit harder to control the paper. This smooth paper might not grip well between your fingers and it’s pretty vulnerable to certain conditions, especially damp air.
Forget smoking with these papers when it’s raining outside. Rice paper is thin, yet burns slowly. The little material used for a single sheet makes it a good choice for your health and for enjoying your weed without almost any external aftertaste.
A similar result can be reached with flax, which is sometimes used in rolling paper blends. There are indeed rolling papers made from 100% flax that can be considered a nice alternative to rice papers with analog characteristics. Rice papers create very little to no ash! The only ash is usually from the herbs within the paper (depending on the blend).
First off, these papers help save trees since they are made from hemp fiber. Their color is mainly light brown because the bleaching process is usually not appreciated by cannabis consumers. Hemp papers are thicker and tougher than rice ones, providing a good grip when rolling.
However, they have a similar tendency to absorb (and eventually release) humidity. They have a medium burn rate and go out less often than rice papers. Joints made with hemp papers might take on a slight aftertaste that won't spoil the aroma of the herbs. Some prefer this alteration to the taste.
These also tend to canoe less than other papers. Canoe refers to when a paper starts to burn unevenly across the length of the paper.