Wood Charcoal

Different between Charcoal briquettes and hard wood Charcoal

Whenever Fine Cooking runs a story on outdoor grilling, it seems that our expert authors always recommend cooking over natural hardwood charcoal (sometimes called charwood) instead of the more easily found charcoal briquettes. Is this just barbecue snobbery? Hardly. There are some very real differences between hardwood charcoal and briquettes that do have an effect on grilling. Hardwood charcoal • ... Read More »


When you choose Blackwood Charcoal not only will you be getting some of the highest quality charcoal in the world, you will be supporting the environment. You will notice that both our hardwood lump charcoal and hardwood charcoal briquettes consistently burn hotter and longer than the competition and give you the reliable high heat you need for great cooking results. ... Read More »


Black Wood is a premium, organic charcoal made from hardwoods grown in our own reforestation and replanting program . Using only dense hardwoods and carbonizing to very high temperatures, Black Wood Charcoals reaches cooking temperatures very quickly, cooks for a long time and is virtually smoke free. Black Wood burns cleaner than our competition allowing you to start cooking sooner ... Read More »

Black Charcoal and White Charcoal

Did you know that there are various ways in making charcoal? Normally, we have two kinds of charcoal, the “black charcoal” and “white charcoal”. These charcoals are made by different methods of burning. Although, they are produced in a basically similar manner, the quality of the charcoal differs totally depending on how the fire is extinguished. We have been receiving ... Read More »

What is Binchotan?

Binchotan, also called White Charcoal, is the most advanced charcoal produced by the Japanese. Binchotan used in cooking will give the food better, completely smoke-free, odorless, burning time 3 times more than regular black charcoal … In addition, Binchotan – White Charcoal also has many useful such as water purifier, exhaust filter, deodorant, skin care, metallurgy, used in battery manufacture ... Read More »

Charcoal in Japanese life

In the past, charcoal was an important fuel in Japanese families. Nowaday, along with the development of electricity, gas and gasoline, it is thought that charcoal will disappear. But it still exists as an integral part of this country. In the Middle Ages, Japan’s high-quality charcoal making method was passed on to China and some other countries in the region. ... Read More »

Charcoal, wood pellets – “Hot” woods on the export market

While many of our commodities such as rice, seafood, agricultural products are facing difficulties in export, some products such as charcoal, wood pellets … are being preferred by foreign customers. Great demand In the area of Phung Hiep canal, Dong An hamlet, Tan Thanh commune, Nga Bay town, Hau Giang province, there are hundreds of charcoal kilns in operation. This ... Read More »

Charcoal Vietnam’s export is increasing to Japan, Korean

Charcoal Vietnam’s export is increasing to Japan, Korean because of favored cuisine barbecue Japan and South Korea are two countries preferred barbecue dishes, so the quantity of charcoal exports in 2016 increased dramatically. In 2016, Vietnam is known as a major exporter of charcoal. The charcoal importers of Vietnam are mainly Japan and South Korea because the two countries have ... Read More »

Wood Charcoal

Mangrove charcoal   Nacre charcoal:   Specifications: – Color: Black – Diameter: 3cm-10cm – Length: 3cm-10cm – Fixed Carbon : 73.80% – Heat: 3.50% – volatiles: 40.44% – Ash : <3% – Fire Time: Over 4h. – Made in Viet Nam   Specifications: – Color: Black – Diameter: 3cm-10cm – Length: 3cm-10cm – Fixed carbon: 60.80% – Heat: 2.50% – ... Read More »