Rolling Like A Boss: $100 Bill King Size Rolling Papers By Empire Rolling

Rolling Like A Boss: $100 Bill King Size Rolling Papers By Empire Rolling

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Empire Rolling Papers

When It come to Organic rolling papers, the first thing that comes to mind is $100 bills right? I didn’t think so!

Zig-Zag, OCB, Raw, If you smoke weed chances are you have come across one of these brands in your life. As cannabis becomes more and more accepted. People are rolling more joints. Naturally, more rolling paper brands are emerging from the smoke.

In this blog I’ll be rolling up some of the coolest luxury papers on the market. Empire $100 Bill Rolling Papers!

Pass The Benny!

Empire $100 Bill Luxury Papers are USDA certified organic vegetable paper, USDA certified organic non toxic vegetable coloring and a proprietary sugar glue.

Empire rolling Papers Benny Pack

Classic Benny Pack

They come in packs or “Wallets” of 10 Luxury $100 Bill Papers or a “Benny”. They also have tips or “Filters”.

I enjoyed these papers alot!

They are a bit thicker then I am used to, but I feel it helped more than it hindered me.

They are very large rolling papers.  You can really roll up a fatty with these Bennies. I did smoke the joint I rolled all to myself , however I feel “Passing The Benny” and sharing  in a session would be the way to go for these.

Also, they are a little on the pricey side. $20 will get you 40. At 50 cents a piece, I don’t think I will be rolling to many Bennies on my own.

I will be saving these papers for times I’m out on the town and looking to impress and share some good times with others.

A Sticky Situation

One thing I have heard people talking about is the glue. Or lack of glue for that matter. I am happy to say I did not run into this problem.

My experience was the glue held just like it was supposed to! I do make sure to make my glue very wet when rolling my j’s. Now I’m not sure if this was an issue with old batches of product, or maybe they listen to there consumers and made some adjustment to there proprietary glue.

Either way they are sticky!

Check out this video as I go over the finer point of Empire’s “Benny”

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Published at Fri, 06 Oct 2017 11:01:02 +0000