Linen paper

Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. Similar to wood, there are two primary flax fibers, short and long. The short is used for a coarser final product, and the long fibers for higher quality products. Most of these high-end products are the result of hand sorting the raw flax to get the safely separate the longest fibers without damage. This process is expensive.

As information, most national currency printers utilize a combination of cotton and linen fibers in their processes to produce banknotes. This guarantees the highest quality final product that is also durable.