A new type of charcoal

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Master of the Pit
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Aug 17, 2007
Bradenton, Florida
Saw this while reading and wondered people thoughts on it.
No chemicals, burns cleaner, hotter and longer. Pricewise its similar.

Does it have a use in a smoker? or is it best to use it for grilling?

Has anyone used it? Hows the flavor?

Thanks for your input!
6 briquettes...$12....no thanks!

it says that 4 bricks = 10-12 lb bag of charcoal...however, I can get 11lb bags for $5.00...so, it more cost effective to just buy hardwood charcoal.
Thats what I was wondering and thanks for the input.
I would really like to hear of the taste they provide and such.
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