Expert Wood Charcoal

A smokeless, chemical-free charcoal, made from 100% natural wood. It imparts no taste or flavour of its own, so the only taste you get is the one you choose to add. Food tastes better with Redheads® Natural Charcoal.

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Additional information

Weight N/A
Size (Kg)

3, 4

Features and Benefits

Longer burn time (5+ hours)
No additives
Smokeless burning

Directions of Use

Kettle BBQ
1. Place 4-6 Redheads® Firelighters on each side of the fuel tray.
2. Position Redheads® BBQ Charcoal over firelighters.
3. Ensure vents are open and the lid is off.
4. Ignite and leave for approx. 20 minutes.
5. Charcoal is ready to use when there is a layer of grey ash covering most of the coals.

Open Grill BBQ
1. Place Redheads® BBQ Charcoal on top of Redheads® Firelighters before igniting
2. Leave the grate undisturbed for 20 minutes before spreading BBQ Charcoal evenly over the grate

Suitable For

Cooking and Outdoor Use

Redheads®
Expert Wood Charcoal

Unlike many other wood charcoals, Redheads BBQ Charcoal is a smokeless, chemical-free charcoal, made from 100% natural wood. It imparts no taste or flavour of its own, so the only taste you get is the one you choose to add. Could there be anything more important when serving up food to the people you love the most?

Food tastes better with Redheads® Expert Wood Charcoal.

A bulk pack of Redheads Wood Charcoal exclusive to Bunnings.

 

Redheads®
Expert Wood Charcoal FAQs

What is the best way to light the Redheads Charcoal?

The best way to light Redheads charcoal is with a standard chimney starter. Simply place the desired amount in the chimney starter and hold over 3-4 lit Redheads Firelighters with plenty of airflow and then leave for roughly 20 minutes or until the charcoal is mostly ashed over. If you do not have a chimney starter, simply place the desired amount of charcoal over 3-4 Redheads firelighters with plenty of airflow and then leave for roughly 20 minutes or until the charcoal is mostly ashed over.

How can I maintain heat on the charcoal?

Airflow is incredibly important to solid fuel BBQ. With more airflow comes more heat. It is important to have lots of airflow when preparing the fuel so that it has a healthy fire brewing.