Honeybrix - 10kg
The Best Spit Roast Charcoal Melbourne Has To Offer
Cook with genuine Honeybrix Premium Briquettes to get the best results for any bbq meat, seafood or poultry. Use a "Dizzy Lamb Spit" and experience the convenience and tradition of a Mediterranean spit as you cook tasty cuts of lamb, beef, pork and whole chickens.
Honeybrix is a long burning briquette (pronounced “Bree-Cat”) excellent for BBQ grilling and cooking. It produces little smoke and ash, and cooks food more evenly when compared against lump charcoal. Honeybrix is a superior substitute to traditional charcoal, since the standard size and shape makes it burn more reliably and consistently for longer periods of time. Its unique honeycomb shape also means that it can be stacked, which makes carrying and storing easy.
Made completely from sawdust with no artificial chemicals, additives or bonding agents. Our sawdust is bonded using state-of-the-art high pressure compression technology to form a dense high quality briquette. Honeybrix is odour-free and 100% natural.
With no additives, chemicals or bonding agents (such as starch), Honeybrix burns cleanly, giving off no smoke and low ash. The highly compressed briquettes holds together tightly to eliminate sparks.
High Heat Intensity
Honeybrix burns longer and hotter than any other charcoal used for BBQ. Our secret is that we use only hardwood sawdust in our briquettes. Hardwood sawdust burns at higher temperature than most fuels.
Honeybrix briquettes burn reliably for up to 5 hours, reducing the need for frequent changing. In contrast, palm kernel charcoal lasts only for 1 hour and other normal types of charcoal typcially do not last beyond 2 hours. Morever Honeybrix briquettes gives consistent heat emission for a sustained period. This translates into lower fuel costs with less hassle.
Honeybrix is widely accepted by countries with stringent quality standard requirements including Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, and Greece. We commit to producing the best charcoal while being good stewards of the earth’s resources. Sawdust, which would otherwise be discarded, is collected from nearby timber factories, to manufacture our environmentally friendly charcoal.