RAW Tips Maestro Cone 32/Pack
- Allow perfect cone rolling
- Longer cone tip for larger filter
- Chlorine & chemical free
- 32 Tips/Pack
- 24 Packs/Box
RAW Maestro Tips are made with the softer hemp cotton paper. They're easier to roll and cut longer with the cross perforations for extra support and trick rolling ease. Although the Maestro tips are longer, both tips have the same width.
Rolling Paper Tips are an important part of rolling your own cigarette. Some people mistakenly call these ‘filters’ but they are NOT filters (they don’t filter anything out, they’re just a tip / spacer).
RAW has the largest selection of tips in the marketplace. You can choose from RAW Classic tips or RAW Hemp Cotton Tips. We now even make gummed tips and pre-rolled tips (Josh made these for himself b/c he was getting old and lazy…).
- Prevents having soggy, sloppy, clogging cigarette ends.
- Conserves your tobacco, no wasted ends.
- Strengthens your cigarette and gives if better shape.
- Prevents tobacco from going into your mouth (no “PAH-TEWing”)
RAW Prerolled Cone Tips are made naturally and completely unrefined. These tips are not filters, they act as a spacer to prevent your cigarette from getting soggy, sloppy or from clogging at the end. They also prevent you from wasting the end of your cigarette.
By using a stable filter at the smoking end of your cigarette it also allows for a more comfortable smoke (less tobacco falling out the back end) and shape. The RAW Filter tips come pre-rolled for both immediate and easy use
U.S. Patent No.: 9,072,319
RAW Tips are made on an antique Fourdrinier paper machine. Whereas RAW papers are made in Alcoy Spain, we only have machines to produce thin paper in Alcoy. For the thick tipping paper we had to travel to an old paper mill in Northern China that was still using an original Fourdrinier. This was the only place we could find that still had one of these old machines in use, which we needed to make the special long-fiber paper for RAW tips.
Want to know more? Modern paper mills use small-structure cellulose to make paper. The original paper mills used fiber instead. For tipping paper to perform best, it needs to be made from fiber – not just boiled cellulose. Fiber-based tips roll smooth AND have enough structural rigidity to both keep its shape in your mouth AND to not dissolve. There are precious few of the original Fourdrinier paper machines in use because they’re antiques and expensive to operate. We were lucky to find this old mill, it’s the only one in the world that can produce RAW tips to our specifications.