Royal Oak Chef's Select Hardwood Charcoal Briquets - 192-104-026


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40 Lb.

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California - Prop 65 Warning

WARNING: CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD Burning charcoal inside can kill you. It gives off carbon monoxide which has no odor. NEVER burn charcoal inside homes vehicles or tents.


Manufacturer Part Number 192-104-026
Manufacturer Description 40LB BRIQUETTE CHARCOAL
Country of Origin Code United States of America
Package Quantity 1
Weight 40 Lb.
Material Charcoal
Type Briquets
UPC 00016800104268

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Premium quality Chef's Select brand by Royal Oak. Ridge design briquets are fast lighting and long-lasting. Value priced. Excellent choice for commercial accounts and restaurants.

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Customer Reviews

  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Use. Royal.Oak.Chef's. Select Harwood Charcoal - DON'T sleep on this!

    If you're not grilling with these charcoals - you're not grillin'! I am trying to become a grill master (in my mind, lol), and ran out of a Kingsford briquets one day, couldn't find it, stumbled upon Royal Oak's ...Select Hardwood Briquets - and never went back! It's that good, seriously!! From the subtle charcoal scent, to the clean burn, these are a MUST if you do any quick grilling, or smoking meats. I've cooked everything from quick burgers, veggies, et al, to my favorite smoking meats, low/slow ribs, beef brisket, to from-scratch homemade bacon - these are my go-to charcoal briquets. And the scent you get when you do a low/slow smoke with wood chunks - MAN! Nothing beats that smell. That's not me talking - testimony from my neighbors when that smoke is billowing in the air! Again, they hold up long, burn nice and clean, without that sooty taste you get on your food with some brands. So the short of this review is this - RUN, don't walk to buy these charcoal briquets. I guarantee you won't go back to those other brands. Buy these - and you're at the pit-master level!

    Oak Park, IL

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than Kingsford

    We use a lot of charcoal in our bbq catering business. I have found the Royal Oak to be a much better product than Kingsford. It burns longer with less ash. Love the 40# bags.


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