A couple weeks ago, while visiting one of the many newly opened Mercaditos in Tulsa's "little Mexico", I came across this brand of charcoal. Old Mexico Mezquite Charcoal--Carbon Vegetal. Is anyone familiar with it? I used it and loved it. Not much spark, long burning, big chunks. Where all the other lump I've used looks like it was made from scraps from the sawmill, this stuff is just mesquite that's cut up and burnt to ccoal. The only thing I didn't like was the $5.99 for 6.6#. There was a phone# on the front of the bag, so I called it and when the phone was answered, it was answered "Bueno". Ends up, it was a cell phone in Mission, Tx. and this fella didn't speak English any better than I speak Spanish, so not much was accomplished. I finally managed to contact one of our suppliers that's located in Mission, and now I have 350# on it's way to me at a cost of $1.50/bag, add another $1.10/bag for freight, and it's still not a bad deal. Turns out this guy goes to old Mexico and buys it, then brings it into Texas and sells it. My next step is to find the Mexican connection and buy it direct. I bet I could buy it for $.50/bag.............. oops, there goes that ADD again.