Big K Restaurant Grade Charcoal 15kg, 3 for 2 Ocado £51.98 / £25.99 each - Ocado
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Big K Restaurant Grade Charcoal 15kg, 3 for 2 Ocado £51.98 / £25.99 each - Ocado

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Edited by:"sotv"Found 12th Sep 2017
This is one of the best lumpwood charcoals out there, for BBQ'in or smoking, that I have tried, Different from the smashed up bit and pieces you get with the Home Bargains, Diy stores and supermarket £3-£5 bags for 5kg you get.

These are branch shaped pieces of charcoal which provide great airflow. They are about 8-10 inches long and usually 3-4 inches in circumference. I have never received a box which contain smashed pieces of charcoal in tiny little bits. and next to no dust, They burn for so much longer than the cheap stuff, 6-8 hours for an initial load in my charcoal basket of my smoker. So quite economical in the long run when comparing to the supermarket bags also.

This offer works out at £51.98 for 45kg and delivery as low as £1.99 which is great value for a quality charcoal, or if you are a first time customer and order 6 you can get up to 30% of your first order (depending which voucher offer you use) giving you 90kg for £72.77 which should qualify you for free delivery, with certain timeslots.

I have posted a picture of this charcoal in the comments. If you have a large BBQ or smoker and use it over 10-15 times a year this sort of quantity is usable. If you only BBQ once or twice then probably not so practical.
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Thats why its in Home bargains and the pound stores, its cheap because its smashed up and seconds!
Switched to this after using other charcoal. It is far superior to any other charcoal out there
Edited by: "cpet23" 12th Sep 2017
Excellent, thanks.
Giving 90kg a go for £78.96. Works out about the same price as the coals2u restaurant grade charcoal I use for my weber smokey mountain, although I find some of the chunks painfully large and need breaking up and loads of unusable small bits and dust...sounds like this Big K should be better quality
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benoj1 h, 21 m ago

Giving 90kg a go for £78.96. Works out about the same price as the coals2u …Giving 90kg a go for £78.96. Works out about the same price as the coals2u restaurant grade charcoal I use for my weber smokey mountain, although I find some of the chunks painfully large and need breaking up and loads of unusable small bits and dust...sounds like this Big K should be better quality


I think it is, I got the same charcoal in blue bags from coals2u last year and noticed the same, before moving onto Aussie heat beads at the begiinning of this year. Didn't really like the beads, But on my third box of the Big K ones now and think they are great.
How do I get the 30% code, can only find 25% as new customer which I am.
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Moreoliver21 m ago

How do I get the 30% code, can only find 25% as new customer which I am.



HUKD second one down, valid for the next 5 days according to the details
It says it can't be used on this product, has it worked for anyone else?
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Probably not then, try some of the 25% or £25 ones maybe you will find one. I am an existing customer, but just used a 15% one on it, yesterday, they sent me..
this stuff is soo good once its up to heat hardly any ash and no spitting thanks i now have 90kg of this which practically forces me to run the bbq constantly to regain some space in the garage
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It is good stuff, big outlay, but worth it imho
Go to any any jjfoood service deport click and collect for around £12
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