Lets Go Dutch Established in 1858 and started making waves in 1944 when fine paper used for printing Bibles of all things was found to be suitable for rolling paper, which at the time was in short supply. So can we say Mascotte papers are endorsed by religion? Maybe a stretch too far but if you’ve got a light imagination you can chose if you want to believe it! Unfounded claims aside, Mascotte have been perfecting their products in the rolling capital of the world for 70 years and now they feel it’s time to give the world access to their products as they are finally released in the UK.
Mascotte Premium Metal Hand Rolling Machine It’s new to us but we reckon the Mascotte metal roller is going to be the UK’s favourite in no time at all. The main problem with other rolling machine brands is the quality of the blind. The Mascotte Rolling Machines seem to have got the right balance between flexibility, strength and grip with their textured blinds.