Coshell Charcoal COSR33 Coconut Briquettes, 3.3-Pound
- Eco Friendly
- Burns hotter and Longer
- Ash is a natural fertilizer
- Less Carbon emissions
Enjoy a guilt free, high quality outdoor experience by using Coshell coconut briquettes for your BBQ cooking. Coshell coconut briquettes are made from 100-Percent recycled coconut shells which makes the briquettes burn hotter, longer and cleaner than standard briquettes. Coshell's manufacturing process uses no petroleum or harmful ingredients that could be passed along to your food, making it better for your family and flavor. Coshell briquettes use a material that traditionally goes in to a landfill. It has the added benefit of burning cleaner so fewer greenhouse gases are emitted and no trees are cut down to produce the raw material.
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My boyfriend had no issues bbqing with Coshell Charcoal Briquettes. The burn time did not noticeably last longer, compared to Trader Joe's Hardwood Briquettes, our usual choice. I love that the only ingredient is coconut shells and not trees. Coshell Charcoal Briquettes is neutral and does not add flavor to food like wood briquettes.
I did not re-order solely because of the price. However, Sprouts now sells 9 pound bags of Coshell Charcoal Briquettes for $5.49! I can now afford to purchase Coshell Charcoal Briquettes.
Currently, I get mine from Bed Bath & Beyond's online store. I order it at the retail store (and use my coupons) and the warehouse ships it to the store for pick-up or my home address. I have not ordered it from Amazon yet - maybe I will try that next time!