Iberpapel. Specialised rolling paper factory

Frequently Asked Questions

Answer the most common questions about rolling paper and Iberpapel.

About my order at Iberpapel

Iberpapel manufactures for more than 40 brands of rolling papers worldwide. One of the brands manufactured by Iberpapel is Pay-Pay, the oldest rolling paper brand in the world.
At Iberpapel we manufacture for wholesalers in the sector or other people or entities that want to manufacture their own brand. We have minimum quantities depending on the product you choose. To find out the minimum quantities, fill out our form and ask for a quote. Iwant to create my rolling papers.
The delivery time to distributors may vary depending on several factors such as the quantity or the country to which the shipment is made. Orders can be ready within two months from the time all the characteristics of the order have been established.
Iberpapel has customers all over the world. Our rolling paper mill is located in Spain, but we serve any country.

About rolling paper

Rolling paper is a Spanish invention, invented in Alcoy, which is in the province of Alicante, at the end of the 18th century. See History of rolling paper.

The inventors of rolling paper were the first paper producers in Alcoy, who began to manufacture this thinner type of paper around 1764. In the early days it was called ‘encigarrar paper’ and replaced the sheets of newspaper that had been used until then. t was sold in large sheets and the pieces were cut by hand for smoking. Around that time, a monk from Xátiva, Jaime VIlanova Estingo, came up with the idea of folding these large sheets in the form of a booklet, which is why he is credited with the invention of booklets of paper. The first booklet factory was opened in Alcoy in 1815.
See History of rolling paper.

The classic rolling paper is made from pulp from different plants. Today you can find other varieties of rolling papers such as hemp, linen, and bamboo. See Types of rolling papers.
The difference in colour of rolling paper usually lies in whether or not bleaching agents are used. White rolling papers have bleaching substances added to them to obtain their characteristic colour. Brown papers do not contain any type of bleaching agent, so they have the natural colour of the fibre they come from. For example, hemp or bamboo rolling papers have a beige tone. See Types of rolling papers.
The best rolling paper will depend on consumer preference. With ultra-thin, low-porosity papers, you get a low burn rate and the experience lasts longer. Meanwhile, with thicker papers and with higher porosity, we have a higher burning speed which allows for a faster consumption.

Do you want to create
your own rolling paper?

Choose booklet format and type of paper and we take care of manufacturing it. Fully customized and ready to market.