JOB 1 1/4 rolling papers have a natural gum, burn smooth and clean, and are made of pure rice paper. The Job brand was invented in 1838 in France
, quickly becoming one of Europe's most popular brands of rolling paper thanks to its simple rice paper. These are 1 1/4 papers.
In 1838, Jean Bardou was inspired to make a booklet of rolling papers made of pure, thin rice paper. The craftsman from France came up with a million-dollar idea; the papers were a success, and the initials JB were known throughout the towns. On the papers, the J and the B were separated by a diamond, so consumers began calling the brand JOB. The brand name followed shortly after, and by 1849, Jean Bardou filed for a patent for "Papier JOB". In the 1890s, many renowned artists were brought into design advertising posters for the brand. The brand can be seen all over the world, even starring in early films! Try a classic and see what the hype is all about.