Pineapple paper is paper made from the fibers of the various parts of the Pineapple tree. Most manufacture of pineapple paper occurs in Thailand, where pineapples are considerably easier to find than say, Norway.

The paper itself is a muted yellowish-brown in its unbleached state and it is not unusual to find chunks of the pineapple rind that were not converted to slurry in the paper. It turns nearly transparent when wet and disintegrates quickly. The paper has a very subtle, odd odor that smells like a cross between dried fruit and snake skin.

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