Rizla is a brand of cigarette paper, created in 1867 by Leonide Lacroix, and is named after the Lacroix Brothers family. The term Rice refers to the material that can intervene in the composition of the paper, Leonide Lacroix created several brands using the word Rice, Chinese Rice, Arabian Rice, Blue Rice (colored paper) and the + Rice. The Rizal brand invented the first pocket rolling machine in 1928. The eraser on paper appears in 1942. The final name of the brand, Rizla is created across the Atlantic in 1881. The paper appears in 1977. The brand is now owned by the British company Imperial Tobacco. The brand name is sometimes pronounced "rizla Plus" instead of "Cross Rice" ignorance of the name of origin, the "+" being a cross.
Smoking Rizla rolling Papers
The Rizla Smoking Papers are the favorites for daily smokers, because these papers are so inexpensive you can easily use 2 or 3 papers to roll a big fat joint. Rizla rolling papers and tubes are available in many thicknesses and sizes. You can identify these by the color of the packaging. The different thickness level of the paper determines the rate at which the cigarette will bun. A thicker cigarette will result in more paper burning, so also a faster bun.