I did not have high expectations with this one, but I was positively surprised. I used Brown Sugar Cognac & Honey flavoured rolling paper. I guess Brown Sugar is the brand, and cognac and honey are what it is supposed to taste. Honey tasted clearly, cognac less so, but you could sense some booze-related aroma. With these papers you basically get the same effect as with 50% cheap booze-flavoured pipe tobacco, such as Caravelle. I could be nice to try these papers with 50% some extremely neutral pipe tobacco such as Peterson Sherlock Holmes. There’s no point using these papers with any pipe tobacco that has a dominating aroma in itself.
The downside of these papers is that they are so thick that they are difficult to manipulate. It is practically impossible to roll a tight cigarette with them. Also, due to the thickness of the paper and the weakness of the glue, getting the glue stick was quite difficult. The papers are also a bit pricey. In this cigarette, the paper costed a bit more than the tobacco itself.
Since we are not expecting any gourmet smoking experience, Bonus Red is a good enough rolling tobacco.