Fronto Grabba Leaf

Fronto Leaf and Grabba tobacco leaf are the finest quality tobacco for RYO/MYO smokers. It provides users a smooth and pleasurable smoke. Above all, these leaves are 100% natural, premium tobacco, providing a unique smoking sensation.

History of grabba leaf

For decades, smokers have used Grabba tobacco as cigars,  blunt wrappers and fillers. The name is a popular alternative to Fronto leaf. Grabba leaf (grab-a-leaf) is widely linked to ganja (marijuana) smokers in Jamaica where it grew in popularity.
 
Other name variation includes Fanta Leaf, Franta Leaf, and Funta Leaf.  Additionally, the leaf varies in quality, size, color, and thickness. Where it is grown, processed and harvested has an impact on the strain.
 

How to use Grabba leaf

Smokers use the fronto grabba leaves in various ways. Not only is it used as a nicely rolled cigar, some smokers will tear the whole leaf into smaller pieces and and use it as a form of rolling paper. In addition some users will crush it into tiny flakes for blending with the cannabis flower in making their blunts.
 
As a substitute for paper wraps, Grabba leaf continues to grow in popularity. Besides, in its natural form, it is a slow burning leaf, with no chemical taste 
 
Leaves are packaged as a whole leaf and also pre-cut for rolling. Purchasing as a whole cigar is also possible. We invite you to give it a try and enjoy. 
 

As a reminder, fronto grabba tobacco leaf contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical. This product can expose you to chemicals including tobacco smoke, which is known to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. To purchase this product you must be at least 18 years old.

Contact us on product availability and how to purchase. Finally, you can find more information on Fronto grabba leaf, on our FAQ page.

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Whole leaf rolled cigars

Grabba leaf mini cigars

Grabba leaf Minis

fronto/grabba tobacco wraps

Grabba whole leaf and pre-cuts

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