KK Coconut Shell and Coffee wood Charcoal

Unlike other charcoals, KK CoCo Char has no wood flavor profile (volatiles) which lets you cook smoke-free. This lets you add a target smoking wood and get only its profile, not a mix of the charcoal you are using and the target flavor. It produces only 2-3% ash by weight. Burns at 1,200ºf. 
Shisha quality, 98% Charcoal. 2% food grade tapioka binder.
This latest version is 10% denser, now 22 lbs not 20 per box. 

Komodo Kamado LUMP Coffee Wood Charcoal is hand boxed/bagged selecting only larger and medium pieces that have more organic material to impart more flavor to your cooks. The larger pieces should actually give off some smoke. This charcoal's flavor is beautiful. Now available in large 44lb polypropylene bags too.
You can change the number of boxes you want in the checkout

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it charges for grills (class 70) and the charcoal is class 50..
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Nothing could have prepared us for 2020. We were completely sold out of our large grill inventory in the US warehouse by the end of May. We have been building grills to order since May. Most of our tiles are not uniform, we sort them for shade and tone. Once sorted, we bag these tiles for the different size Komodos then give them a serial code. Today customers are able to select the exact tiles their grills will be created from. This also lets us offer grills in more unusual colors that we might not have wanted to ship for inventory.
How long it takes depends on when the next container leaves. It’s a month on the water and about 2 weeks to clear customs and get through the port.

The last day to order for the next container is:
January 8th for grills available Stateside in early March