Ocb Slim Rolling Papers
Ocb Rolling Papers
OCB Rolling Papers have a long proud history. The original factory was created in 1822 near the river Odet in France. Since then the brand has developed and introduced many new rolling papers. OCB Rolling papers are now sold worldwide, being one of the largest suppliers of rolling papers with an excellent reputation of high quality cigarette papers.
The original even thinner paper than the ultra range comes with a holographic logo on the packet. The king size paper allows you to roll a big cigarette. Each booklet of OCB contains 32 leaves. Size of OCB Premium per leaf: 110 mm x 44 mm.
OCB has gained and maintained a reputation for consistent excellence and high quality. From the selection of the raw materials, to the holographic lettering on the sleek black and silver packaging of the “Premium” range, every stage of the manufacturing process is carefully monitored both to guarantee the quality of the product and to improve the manufacturing techniques themselves, striving always to lead the field.
Each paper is ultra thin, lightweight, easy to roll and burns slowly. These high quality OCB Rolling papers are close to transparency and burn down evenly.. A paper slip folded in with the leaves reminds you when you're running low. One single pack contains 32 rolling papers.
Our vast selection of OCB Rolling papers will surely cover the most avid smoking enthusiast needs. These approximately 110mm in length rolling papers are very popular around the world and available in many different brands.
With so many smoking papers on the market the choice is bigger than ever and Slim Rolling Papers seem to be the favourite choice for many. OCB Slims rolling papers are around 44mm in width, but this can slightly vary up or down depending on the brand you choose. The standard length is 110mm but with the availability of rolling papers on a roll you can go as wild and long as you want. Using Slim Rolling Papers will give you less paper to roll with, you can choose from Hemp to Flax for your paper material, there are also rolling paper brands that offer ultra lightweight paper. With less paper all round this creates a slow burn so more air can pass through which in turn makes the paper burn slower.