Bambu Regular Rolling Papers

by Bambu
11 reviews
$2.29 - $139.99
Classic 1 1/4 rolling papers. Buy some today for the scrap book if not your herbs.
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The standard square pack rolling paper from Bambu. Every new smoker would start with a pack of these classic rolling papers back in the day. Bambu were even featured prominently on a Cheech and Chong album cover. Unfortunately, availability & pricing are both pretty suspect these days :-(

Easily roll up these Bambu rolling papers by hand or use any 79mm or larger rolling machine.

Paper Size:
1 1/4
Paper Style:


  • 5
    His favorite

    Posted by Sherri on Mar 25, 2019

    My husband likes these because they burn smoothly and don’t have a harsh taste. We’ve bought these many times and are always satisfied with the freshness.

  • 5
    Great and very fresh

    Posted by Frank on Aug 14, 2018

    papers are always fresh and glue sticks

  • 3
    Ole Fav

    Posted by Gabriel on Jul 26, 2018

    Ole Favorite for a skinny

  • 4
    Always good

    Posted by Cheryl on Oct 31, 2016

    Good old standby

  • 5
    Classic papers

    Posted by Tim on Aug 01, 2014

    "Thicker style papers. Easy to roll,slow burn,no paper taste just the goods you put into it."

  • 4
    Great for rolling big

    Posted by HeavyToker on Dec 19, 2013

    "These bambu papers are not the big bambu papers now am I saying they are tiny no but these wont roll you the long spliffs unless you know to extend the papers. The bambu papers require more moisture than the average paper out there because of its thick papers and supposedly made from an Africa acacia tree anyway after siming it down and stuffing it right this paper will not only burn slow but it gives what ever you are smoking an extra kick why? the bleached additives from Alcoy,Spain burns extremely slow making Bambu a classic household name for rolling papers associated with slow burning smoking."

  • 4
    Big paper

    Posted by Mark on Dec 09, 2012

    This is another great paper for rolling fattys

  • 5

    Posted by Andeep on Feb 21, 2012

    Great papers to use and roll

  • 5
    Always true

    Posted by Barbara on Dec 27, 2011

    The small bambus are a constant star in my book<br>some people believe the paper is too thick<br>but i am true to my little bambu

  • 4
    Good papers

    Posted by Smoke on Jul 05, 2011

    These are all and all good papers but my only problem is its creased in the wrong direction so when you are trying to roll you have to re fold and it becomes kind of a hassle.