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Bambu 1 1/2 Extra

SKU: BAMBU1/2
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Bambu was created in the year 1764 in the nation of Spain. With over 200 years of paper-making experience, you can be sure that you are getting a very quality rolling paper. Bambu is the paper that many of our grandparents first used, an instant classic. Bambu is gummed with the finest Arabic gum harvested from the Acacia plant.



These 1 1/2 extra rolling papers are quite wide. 56mm wide, so wider then your standard 1 1/2 rolling paper, hence the "extra". Same standard 78mm length.


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  1. review by Calum on 8/27/2014
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    Excellent skins that don't fry up quickly like others

  2. review by Austin Chase Tanner on 7/22/2013
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    When my Dad was stationed in Germany during the Cold War, he was on the tight and surveyed lifestyle of an Army Tanker. When things would get tough, or if he had a rough day in the barracks, he used to tell me the only way to relax and unwind was with these Bambu papers. A lot of his German friends recommended the use of these papers, and the trend carried on for years until he came home from active duty four years later. Up until recently, he had all but forgotten about the Bambu papers. Reason being, he couldn't find anywhere to buy them in the states. I bought him a pack of these for Father's Day 2013; needless to say he was overjoyed with excitement and nostalgia. Now I'm back buying him some more for his birthday, and I can't wait to surprise him with them all over again.

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Packs in Box 24
Qty in Pack 33
Size 78mm
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