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Charcoal is one of the most popular fuels for grilling and barbecuing, as it imparts a smoky flavour to your food. 

There are two main types of charcoal: charcoal briquettes and lump charcoal. Briquettes are made from sawdust or other wood waste that has been dried and compressed. They typically contain binders and other additives, which can give them a longer burning time. One of the most popular types of briquette charcoal is HotRods by Flaming Coals. They are a  100% natural wood Japanese grade charcoal that burns with INTENSE heat and lasts much longer than regular lump charcoal

Lump charcoal, on the other hand, is made from whole logs that have been charred. It has a shorter burning time but produces less ash than briquettes. We highly recommend Flaming Coals Lump charcoal as it is pure hardwood coal that produces very little smoke and minimal sparks which makes it ideal for restaurants, indoor grilling as well as your home BBQ. 

Regardless of the type of charcoal you choose, be sure to light it properly and give it time to reach a high enough temperature before adding food to the grill.

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Author: Jacques dela Porte   Date Posted: 1 March 2019

We put the new Flaming Coals HotRods Charcoal to the test against all other types of charcoal, testing specifically for temperature over time. and we are impressed with the results. ...