Cowboy Charcoal Hardwood Lump Oak & Hickory

Cowboy Charcoal Hardwood Lump Oak & Hickory

8 lb bag




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.


Oak & Hickory (Made from predominantly Southern Oak. May include hickory and small amounts of other southern hardwoods). Best for ceramic grills, smokers, kettles. Easy lighting. Burns hot & long. Low ash. Why Lump Charcoal is Different! Compare Cowboy Lump Charcoal to Briquets: 1. All natural, 100% charcoal, no coal, fillers, or chemicals! 2. Quicker, hotter fire, with more heat than briquets! 3. Easy lighting, starts in half the time of briquets! 4. Great taste with no starch or petroleum off-taste and flavor! 5. Charcoal can be added to fire without smelly fumes! 6. All natural charcoal means less ash, clean up is minimal! Great charcoal. New package. Lump Charcoal means premium flavor. To get the most authentic wood smoke flavor from your BBQ, the best option is Lump Charcoal. Cowboy Hardwood Lump Charcoal is made from one ingredient – wood. Our lump charcoal burns hotter and cleaner than briquets for higher searing temperatures and less ash. It’s perfect for ceramic grills, smokers, and kettles. It is the professional choice for proteins from the land or sea. Lump charcoal burns hot for quick searing and holds the heat for those all-day smoking recipes. Saddle up cowboy. It’s time to get cookin’! All natural BBQ flavor. Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. For grilling tips, recipes, and comments, please visit: We would like to hear from you about your barbecue ideas and experiences.

Lighting Instructions: Cowboy Hardwood Lump Charcoal is an all natural charcoal product that burns cleaner, lights easier and generates hotter cooking temperatures that briquets. This allow for more effective and efficient cooking. Charcoal Tips: Cowboy Charcoal is sensitive to air and will light and burn quite readily! Note: Make adjustments in your air vents and grill lid to control the rate of burning. Suggested Starters: We suggest using starters such as a charcoal chimney, electric starter, or paraffin coated sticks. They are economical, ecological and easy to use. Using a Charcoal Chimney: We highly recommend starting your fire with a charcoal chimney. It uses newspaper as a starter, so it is easy to use and does not give food an after-taste.

Country of Origin



Duraflame, Inc.


Stockton, CA 95203