OCB Solitaire Slim with Tips
Looking for high-quality papers that are ultra tin and provide a smooth slow burn? These are the papers for you! OCB Solitaire Slim with Tips rolling papers are made with the finest quality gum which helps with adhesion when rolling up. OCB Solaire Slim + Tips rolling papers are a premium high quality rolling paper brand that was created for the ultimate thinness – so thin that they are transparent, which creates a nice slow burn. Each OCB Solaire Slim + Tips rolling paper premium booklet contains tips that can be rolled up for your tobacco or for your favorite herbs. OCB Solaire Slim + Tips is a fine super light and soft paper that makes for a great smoking experience. Each booklet comes with 32 leaves and 32 tips.
- Each packet comes with 32 leaves and 32 tips
- Slow Burning
HISTORY OF OCB:
OCB stands for Odet-Cascadec-Bolloré. The letter O for Odet comes from the Odet River, as the founder first created the Papeteries Bolloré (a paper mill) on the bank to make a rolling paper in 1822. C for Cascadec, on the other hand, comes from the expansion of the company in 1917, when the founders bought the Mill Cascadec and built a rolling paper plant. Lastly, B for Bolloré comes from the surname of the founder of OCB himself, Rene Bolloré. In 1918, the brand OCB was officially created, beginning the reputation of OCB Rolling Papers you know today.
1822: FOUNDING OF THE FIRST ODET PAPER MILL
This is when it all began. René Corentin Bolloré (1793-1838) and his older brother Guillaume Claude Bolloré, opened the mill, laying the foundation for a line of Bolloré “paper-makers” that was to extend over 6 generations.
1918: THE OCB BRAND WAS ESTABLISHED
OCB quickly developed into the leading rolling paper manufacturer in the world, setting the standard of quality and thinness for rolling papers.
TODAY: OCB IS SOLD WORLDWIDE
You can find OCB on 6 continents, with huge popularity in metropolitan cities across the globe. All good things get discovered. The American rolling community has come to love OCB, with a growing base of loyal OCB rollers.