Thread: Kingsford
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Old 03-29-2013, 07:27 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by mbshop View Post
i used up two bags just to see so i could comment on it. firstly i think its a bit expensive. two its not that bad to light nor do i think it really burns that quickly at all. ash is less but not by that much. but if you don't control it, that stuff will burn hot like a blast furnace. i hate kingsford with a passion but if this was a bit cheaper and made by someone else i could see myself using it. i think you will find it to be just fine once you get a handle on it.

Good feedback. I believe it's the best high end briquette made. It cooks clean, it's dense but not too dense (unlike stubbs), it's really, really hot, it lasts a while, no sparking, leaves less ash and what is left is a heavy ash that not not fly around when you open the lid, and used briquettes don't fall apart. I don't know of another briquette that can beat it.
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