Invisibles Flavoured King Size – produced by Dragonfly and available in a range of no less than 16 flavours, including favourites such as maple, grape, honey, citrus, raspberry, orange, mango, sour apple and smoked coffee, these papers are interleaved, are thinner than normal papers but have a have a high tensile strength and are devoid of ink. Available in booklets of 25 leaves and boxes of 25 booklets.
Some of the most popular brands of transparent rolling paper are listed below:
Translucenogenic Chrome King Size – another rolling paper made from transparent 100% cellulose, which because it is chemical free, leaves no aftertaste. Leaf size is 112 x 30mm wide.
You can’t be accused of having no taste when using 1 Back’s Brazilian made papers (even though they’re flavourless). The 100% cellulose content permits slower burning so you can sit back and enjoy at your leisure.
Revoltionise your cigarettes with Aleda Transparent Cigarette Papers. Well the aren’t actually papers. They are made from 100% natural cellulose (non-plastic). No bad taste. No chemicals. No glue.
The key benefits in terms of rolling papers are that cellulose has no odour when burned and is virtually taste free, so does not affect the flavour of the tobacco or herb being smoked. In addition, combustion is slower than many other types of paper and no adhesive is required as the leaves stick together when rolled and slightly moistened.
Aleda Transparent Cigarette – this brand of rolling papers is sold in packs of 40 leaves and boxes containing 40 packs. As with similar transparent papers this product features a biodegradable, lick and stick film, which burns slowly and has no aftertaste. The size of each leaf is 110 x 30mm wide.
1 Back Kingsize Slim – these Brazilian made transparent rolling papers are each 115 x 43mm wide and are completely chemical free. They are also biodegradable, which just has to be good for the environment.
Transparent rolling papers are made out of 100% cellulose, a long chain of linked sugar molecules that form the major part of the cell walls of plants. The purest form is cotton, though in papermaking it is mainly sourced from wood.
Transparent Rolling Papers Categories Brands You can’t be accused of having no taste when using 1 Back’s Brazilian made papers (even though they’re flavourless). The 100% cellulose content