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Our Alder firewood gives off a stunning
perfume - similar to Birch but fruitier, the
wood is also quite an orangey brown colour.
This Alder is from England and has been
naturally air dried, it gives a terrific heat
with yellow and purple flames
Popular choice for smoking, barbecues
and fire-pits especially if you are using salmon.
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Quite a dark coloured wood,
very dense with good flames
especially when first lit.
Our Almond is from Spain and
has been naturally air dried
Clean burning firewood, and
excellent for cooking - it imparts
a sweet smoke flavour and
compliments all types of meat.
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Cooking with Beech
My own personal favourite!
The Silver Birch has a delicious heady
perfume with good flames.
Naturally air dried from England
If you use it for smoking it gives
a mildly smoky, somewhat sweet
flavour and is splendid with
pork and poultry.
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Burning Silver Birch
Cooking with Silver Birch
Highly aromatic fragrant
wood used extensively for
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The inside of this wood has shades
of pink and red - spectacular!
Our Cherry is from England and has
been naturally air dried
Our English Cherry is the cultivated variety
The fruit from the Wild Cherry is edible
but tiny and not as sweet as the orchard
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Cooking with Cherry
If you want to bake bread in the traditional
way then this is the one for you.
Arguably one of the hottest burning
Combine the Hawthorn flowers with Rhubarb
to make a superb vanilla flavoured wine
15% - 18% Moisture Content
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Cooking with Hawthorn
It almost seems a shame to burn
these logs when the wood has
so many other uses, but it
does make a good fire.
Not very long lasting but produces
a good charcoal base quickly.
Ideal for a fire-pit or
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Cooking with Hazel
This is the “King” of Smoking Woods.
Hickory is the wild version of Pecan, it
is a very hard wood with enormous amounts
of heat and it also has a remarkable aroma
Hickory is perfect for cooking, smoking
and the perfume is delicious
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Cooking with Hickory
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This is the “Queen” of Smoking Woods.
This wood burns relatively fast but
a really high heat and a
long lasting coal bed.
Produces a strong sweet bouquet
and if used
for cooking gives a
good earthy flavour to most
meats and fish.
5% - 15% Moisture Content
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Cooking with Mesquite
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This Holm Oak is from Portugal it is an
evergreen tree which has been
naturally air and sun dried
Oak like it used to be with a good
straight dense grain, excellent heat
and charcoal - highly recommended
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Burning Holm Oak
Cooking with Holm Oak
This Olive Firewood is from Portugal
and probably the best Olive firewood we
have ever had!
The greatest heat and the best flames,
with superior coals after a long wait
for the flames to die out.
Unique olive oil flavour imparted
to certain foods.
Excellent fuel for wood burning
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Cooking with Olive
These logs produce terrific flames
and a quiet long lasting fire.
An excellent choice for
cooking as it imparts a delicate
flavour to your food.
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Cooking with Orange
Pear is very similar to Apple
and gives a good heat with a
steady, slow burn but we did
not really notice any perfume
Excellent with pork and poultry
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Cooking with Pear
When you want to cook Jerk anything,
then you need Pimento - simple as that!
If you do not use Pimento wood
for your cooking it cannot be called Jerk
All the way from Jamaica
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