Premium+ Coconut Grill Cube Briquettes - the innovation on the charcoal grill!
Coconut Grill Briquette Cubes are an innovative way of firing the charcoal grill. Charcoal briquettes made of coconut fibres have a long glowing time and high efficiency. They burn almost without residues and have a high calorific value. Thanks to the compact cube shape, these briquettes are ideal for small grills or Dutch ovens.
Things to know about Kokos Grill Briquettes!
For one barbecue run you usually only need approx. 0.5-1 kg of coconut grill briquettes cubes. The number of cubes can be calculated optimally for Dutch Oven and is easy to handle. Because this type of briquette reaches a much higher heat, you need less coconut grill briquette cubes than standard book charcoal. This saves you valuable energy.
Which advantages do Kokos Grill Briquettes offer?
The formation of ashes is much lower. This is an indicator of high carbon content and low amount of binding agent during production. Cleaning the Dutch Oven is easier. The briquettes are easy to handle.
How are Kokos Grill Briquettes made?
This fuel has been produced in a very environmentally friendly and energy-efficient way. Coconut fibres are waste products and therefore a very sustainable raw material for briquette production. Compared to charcoal, no trees have to be felled.
What are Premium+ Coconut Grill Cubes briquettes suitable for?
They are very suitable for Dutch ovens, direct grilling and BBQ. They burn longer and leave almost no residue, compared to beech charcoal.
What are the characteristics of a Coconut Briquette Cube?
Coconut briquette cubes do not leave a certain smell, nor does the barbecue food take on a coconut flavour. The briquette burns with little smoke and soot and almost without residue. It only accumulates ashes up to a maximum of 4 percent of the product weight. The Dutch Oven generates up to a third more heat than charcoal.
What is the shape of the Premium+ Coconut Grill Briquette?
The natural charcoal in the form of a cube is approx. 50-60 mm long and has a diameter of approx. 25x25 mm. To light the natural charcoal, we recommend our bio barbecue lighter based on wood and wax or a Bunsen burner.
How do the good briquette properties come about?
Coconut shells have a high density and a higher carbon content than wood. Hence the higher heat development and longer burning time. You therefore have to refill less often. The higher heat also gives the barbecue food colour and a nice crust on the outside. Due to the higher heat development, the coconut fibres burn better and less residue remains. The natural charcoal keeps almost indefinitely when stored in a dry, cool and dry place.
This type of grilling gives twice as much pleasure with the briquette cube as usual. They recycle a waste product and release almost no ash or smoke into the environment. So you also protect the environment in two ways. In addition, the heat development provides an excellent cooking result in the Dutch Oven. In addition, you need to use half as much force to clean your Dutch Oven. The use of natural charcoal is very economical because you need to refill less often. The purchase is therefore worthwhile.