These papers are made using the traditional Nepalese method of pouring the pulp onto a mould and spreading it over the surface. This produces a sheet with an interesting cloudlike formation. The pulp is produced by separating the bark fibres with soda ash (not caustic soda as is generally used) and this produces a strong sheet with a natural tan colour.

The papers are not sized but the fibre is naturally non-absorbent, making them good for pen and ink and various printmaking techniques.