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Posted 22 August 2023

Weber Briquettes 8kg 3 bags

£40.80
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Decent price delivered with code if willing to order 3 bags (equiv to £13.60 a bag).

Key featuresexpand_moreYour cooking fuel can be the most important ingredient of a successful barbecue, and these may be Webers' most efficient charcoal briquettes to date! Far more effective than dusty coals that heat up and glow unevenly, Weber Briquettes are glowing and barbecue-ready in 20 minutes, and their large pillow shape means that you need fewer coals to get great results.

They are 100% natural - made from carbonised wood, starch and water - and will deliver a consistent high heat for up to 3 hours, making them perfect for grilling steaks or roasting joints.

The weather-protective packaging uses a resealable zip to keep your briquettes dry in damp conditions.

The Weber® Briquette is made from 100% untreated wood remains from the furniture industry. Weber's production process is as environmentally friendly as possible - they always obtain wood from local sources to ensure that transport routes are as short as possible.
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  1. umirza85's avatar
    thanks OP. Stocked up, was running low after the 12 I got from another deal
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  2. spembo's avatar
    I was willing Thanks
  3. malpass402's avatar
    Are these worth the cost, I currently use coconut ones as it gives a nice smell over normal charcoal, and they work out at around 70p a kilo when on offer, under £17 for same weight ? So are they worth the double the cost ?
    spembo's avatar
    Probably depends on what you’re cooking and duration you’re cooking for I guess.

    If I was camping and needed a bag from a supermarket I generally would choose coconut over their charcoal, although been a couple of years since I hadn’t taken enough with me.
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