Product Specification – Olive Firewood
African Hardwood Charcoal Supplier
We stock quality hardwood charcoal obtained using the right carbonization process, which minimizes smoke and sparkling. Most of our clients have found that the local carbonization process used in Nigeria produces high quality charcoal known for its easy ignition and burning evenly without smoke, odour and flame
Nigerian special charcoal made from Ayin/Acacia trees carefully sourced from states in Kwara and Niger which is then carbonized using traditional methods.
Our Strict supervision ensures that we only bag the exact grade of Charcoal requested, the exact quantity per bag to obtain the desired tonnage during loading and we always ensure that our Charcoal is 100% dry.
Made from Oakwood, Rosewood or Citrus Trees.
Once the wood is reduced to charcoal, it’s left in its original rough shape. In fact, the best way to determine the quality of the charcoal is to look at it—if you can recognize the shapes of real wood, you’ve got the real thing.
Lights more quickly.
Burns hotter (around 1,000°F), so you should make a smaller or more spread-out fire than you would with briquettes.
Creates less ash.
Imparts a purer, wood-fired flavor to foods.
We offer three types of Vietnamese charcoal; Khaya, Coffee and CDS, details on each below:
KHAYA charcoal is derived from khaya wood ( narce charcoal). The charcoal comes in large pieces making it perfect to be used in HORECA.
Coffee charcoal is made from recycled material to product an excellent natural charcoal product, although a lower burning time than Kaya and CDS.
CDS charcoal is manufacutured using a mix of hardwood trees.
We are a charcoal supplier to hundreds of clients across the Gulf and are always happy to offer assistance when it comes to picking the perfect products for your operation. From Josper Ovens to Grill Works masterpieces we have a product that will suit you perfectly, just a matter of sampling to find your fit.
Not happy with your charcoal supplier? Why not give our team a call and give the whole range a try?