Ecofire Sawdust Charcoal, 10kg - £15
Buy 10 for 10% discount - £13.50 - with
Sawdust charcoal is made from high density wood briquettes
is generally agreed to be the best charcoal available!
It lasts up to 5 times longer than normal charcoal and is used
by Japanese restaurants, Turkish grills and many other
discerning restaurant & home users. Although slightly more
expensive than regular charcoal it will significantly reduce
costs because of it's long burn characteristics!
Packed in airtight 10kg boxes for easy transportation and long
Normandy Beech Briquettes (food
safe, suitable for Pizza Ovens), 12kg - £7.50
Buy 10 for 10% discount - £6.75 - with
Made from 100% beech sawdust compressed under very high pressure so that the end product is both very dense and ultra-dry.
Each box contains 6 x 2kg logs.
They are HACCP approved as a fuel for cooking and very popular
for use in both commercial and home pizza ovens where they
maintain a very high temperature. They also make an ideal fuel
for log burners and open fires, especially in smaller units
where the briquettes can be easily broken up by hand.
The briquettes can expand when burnt, we recommend breaking the
log into 2 or 3 pieces and not overfilling the oven or stove.
Lumpwood Charcoal, 5kg
£4 ; 80p/kg
by burning wood in a low oxygen atmosphere. Lumpwood looks and feels like burned pieces of
wood and can come in sizes up to 8 inches (restaurant quality). Lumpwood is the most natural form of charcoal and burns
slower and hotter, produces a lot less ash, easier to control
its temperature and burns smokeless with a woody flavour so automatically
adding a charcoal flavour to your food. Itís also pleasing
to note that itís pretty environmentally friendly due to the
technique of coppicing which allows wood to harvested from trees
in a way that promotes further growth in the tree.
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BBQ Briquettes, 5kg
£3.50 ; 70p/kg
Produced by crushing charcoal typically made from sawdust or
other wood by-products and mixing in additives such as nitrates,
clays and binders and other additives. Briquettes is a recipe in
itself and it is difficult to know from brand to brand what
additives are added. They leave more ash than lumpwood, take
more time to get alight and burn quicker. They also add no woody
flavour, they are a heat source rather than an added ingredient.
Build a pyramid shape with the charcoal (whether
lump wood or briquettes) inserting firelighters or soak with
fluid afterwards. Light and wait for 45 minutes. Youíll
have lovely glowing coals and youíve minimised the chance of
flames starting and burning your food. (
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If youíve got any BBQ charcoal left over from
last summer use it sparingly with some fresh charcoal and never
try to have a whole fire with last years leftovers. Charcoal is
a natural desiccant therefore it absorbs moisture and it never burns as well six months down the line - youíll just end
up getting frustrated.
Instant Lighting, 2 x 1kg
One kg bags of lumpwood charcoal,
impregnated with kerosene based igniter for easy, clean and
excellent results every time - just light the bag!
Instant -vs- Lumpwood/Briquettes. Instant's easier to get going and saves messing
about with lighters. But, the paper can create a light ash
which may rise up and stick to your food. And at 1kg, it
may not last very long.
Mini Grills, Small: £2.00 (~0.7kg), £22 box 12
Party Grills, Large: £5.00 (~1.8kg)
to cook after just 15 minutes and hot, even burning make these
ideal for picnics or that impromptu event - all you need is a
The advantages of the grills over the other
products is obvious, you don't need a BBQ. Everything is
contained within the box. All you need is a match or
BBQ Lighter Fluid: £2.20 (1 Ltr)
Low odour and easy to use fluid makes BBQ
lighting easier than ever.