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List of rolling papers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Several brands of rolling papers

Rolling papers are small sheets, rolls, or leaves of paper which are sold for rolling cigarettes either by hand or with a rolling machine. When rolling a cigarette, one fills the rolling paper with tobacco, cannabis, cloves, damiana, hash or other herbs. The paper for holding the tobacco blend may vary in porosity to allow ventilation of the burning ember or contain materials that control the burning rate of the cigarette and stability of the produced ash. Civil War re-enactors often use cigarette rolling papers to make combustible cartridges for cap & ball rifles and revolvers.[1]

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Rolling papers

Notable rolling papers include the following

MacDonald Export Aquafuge cigarette papers
A box of Laramie cigarette tubes
An early 20th century pack of Rizla rolling papers, (no glue strip)
A pack of king size Smoking Slim rolling papers
French rolling paper OCB
Name Country Description
Bambu Spain Established in Spain, with production now in Argentina.
Bugler France In the United States, 115 leaves (folded) per book; competes with Rollit and Top. Was once popular in U.S. jails, back when smoking was allowed.
E-Z Wider Began in 1972 to create a wider rolling paper. Now owned by Republic Tobacco (Republic Technologies Inc).
Juicy Jay's United States Flavored rolling papers sold in North America. Owned by BBK Tobacco & Foods, LLP (HBI International).
Laramie A brand of cigarettes and cigarette rolling systems
OCB France Originally a Bolloré brand, sold to Republic Tobacco (Republic Technologies Inc); popular in Germany and Sweden.
Pay-Pay Spain Pay-Pay rolling papers company was formed in Spain in 1703. This official website states the first papers were produced in 1764. It is the oldest rolling paper manufacturer still in operation.[1] PAY-PAY is produced in Alcoy, Spain. The paper is made with ecological gum arabic.
RAW United States Owned by BBK Tobacco & Foods, LLP (HBI International).
Rizla Began in 1532. Originally French, they are now made in Belgium for Imperial Tobacco.
Smoking (Spain & Argentina) Manufactured by Miquel y Costas.
Tally-Ho Australia An Australian brand of rolling paper distributed by Imperial Tobacco Australia.
Top France In the United States, 100 leaves (not folded) per book; Owned by Republic Tobacco (The Republic Group).
Zig-Zag France
B.E Hemp India India Starting off as a small company in 2011, B.E Hemp India was known for selling hand-made Hemp Products ranging from fabric, fiber to food and accessories. They started their rolling paper business in 2014, and now selling paper and rolling paper and filter tips exclusively made from hemp. They now make premium King Size Hemp rolling paper + Tips with 32 leaves and tips each.


See also


  1. ^ Wilder, Zoe (2016-07-01). "World War IV: Joints Are Better Than Spliffs, But Why Doesn't Europe Agree?". Retrieved 1 December 2018.

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