This is one of the world's best hardwood (birch) charcoals sourced sustainably in Eastern European forests.
Cooking food on charcoal is a fun process. However different charcoal will bring a different flavour to your food. That’s where the tannins come in. The more there are in the wood, the more bitter and burning flavour you get. Karelian birch has 15% tannins, while most other European trees have 50-60%. So with birch, we can get the food to taste just as it’s meant to.
|Charcoal grade||A, grade 1|
|Density, g/cm3||Not less than: 0.37|
|Mass fraction of ash, %||Not more than: 3.0|
|Mass fraction of carbon, %||Not less than: 78|
|Mass fraction of water, %||Not more than 6|
|Mass fraction of rebrands, %||Max 2|
|The mass of 1 dm3 of coal, g||Not less: 210|
|Heating Level, Kcal/kg||6800|
|Burning Time||980 sec/cm3|