Samba Coco Shots. Briquettes 5kg

$17.95 per bag

Barbecue Grade Coco Shots Briquettes.

Sustainable & Renewable Source | 100% Natural | Coconut Shell

Steady Heat & Longer Burn Time.


Authentic charcoal Barbecue Flavour.

$17.95 inc. GST (max per pack)

SKU: 6811 Category:
Brand: Samba

Description

Samba Barbecue Grade Coco Shots. Briquettes

Sustainable & Renewable Source | 100% Natural | Coconut Shell

Steady Heat & Longer Burn Time.

Samba Coco shot briquettes are made from coconut shell. They are carbonised, then ground and mixed with vegetable binder to make a charcoal briquette. No trees have been cut down which makes Samba Coco Shots briquettes a great green alternative to regular wood charcoal and fossil coal. Thanks to their high percentage of coconut shells these briquettes have a large fixed carbon content and a minimal ash content. This allows a high cooking temperature and a longer burning time, making Samba Coco Shots briquettes very economical.


Lighting Instructions:

The recommended method is to use a Samba Chimney:

Fill the space under the Samba Chimney Starter with 2 -3 Samba Firelighters, then fill the chimney starter with briquettes.

Through the holes in the base of the chimney starter, light the firelighters under the rack.

Approx 15 – 20 minutes after lighten, when the charcoal is fully burning and the grey ash covering appears, put on heat proof mitts and safely pour coals into your desired location.

Or alternative method:

Spread several Samba Firelighters on the base grill of the barbecue and arrange Samba Coco Shots Briquettes in a pile on top of firelighters.

Light the pile in several places with Samba Safety Matches or a Samba Gas Lighter and wait up to 25 minutes for Samba Coco Shots Briquettes to turn ash grey or fire red – leave barbecue vents open.

Evenly spread Samba Coco Shots Briquettes with tongs into the desired location on the grill.

YOU ARE NOW READY TO GRILL!


Product of Indonesia.

WARNING:

Burning BBQ fuel inside can give of carbon monoxide which has no odour and can kill you. NEVER burn any BBQ fuel inside homes, vehicles or tents.

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