Sawdust Pressed

1. Sawdust

Have you ever seen a kind of charcoal with four-sided squares, with holes in between when you go to barbeque? Most often in Japanese bakeries.

This coal is called "Coal Sawdust". It is charcoal pressed from sawdust.

This coal looks unlike wood charcoal but it is also made from wood. The difference with charcoal is the...

Briquette Charcoal

The charcoal briquettes are the perfect choice for cooking and baking. Very easy to handle and has an extremely warming value. This is the best choice for baking.

Material: Wood
Shape: Pillow
Size: 50 mm (length) x 40 mm (wide) x 26 mm (height)
Maximum humidity: 8.00%
Maximum ash content: 15.00%
Heating value: 31.38 - 34.19...