CHARBLOX is sustainably created, all-natural, powerful grilling charcoal. Made completely from hardwood sawdust with no artificial chemicals. The result is more eco-friendly, longer lasting charcoal and smarter cooked, truly delicious food. Burning longer means virtually no refilling and monitoring while providing amazing hardwood flavor. Stop nursing your charcoal and enjoy your BBQs!
Charcoal 2.0. Average charcoal contains chemicals while lump charcoal burns out quickly. CHARBLOX is next generation charcoal.
Burns Longer. 20LB of CHARBLOX is equivalent in burn time to about 70LB Average Charcoal (briquettes or lump).
Even Heat. Uniformly sized blocks allow for even distribution of heat.
100% Natural. 100% Hardwood, recycled from whole lumber, no chemicals, no binders.
Clean Burn. Low ash and little to no smoke when cooking.
Reusable. Longer lasting means you are able to choke oxygen and reuse your CHARBLOX over and over.
Similar to Binchotan. More affordable alternative to Japanese Binchotan charcoal, used in yakitori cooking.
Extremely Versatile. Easily replace your old charcoal with CHARBLOX anywhere – grills, smokers, outdoor ovens and more.
Note: CHARBLOX is best lit using a charcoal chimney with firestarter. It may take a few minutes longer to get up to temperature due to its density but this is required to burn as long as it is. Broken down pieces work the same as whole blocks. In fact, some users prefer it for added surface area.
LightingCHARBLOX in your Home Tandoor:
Use a charcoal chimney with natural firestarters underneath. Place 5-6 logs of CHARBLOX into the chimney and light firestarters underneath. Wait approx 15-20 minutes or until charcoal is mostly white/glowing red. Then pour into the tandoor. Do this twice (another 5-6 logs). After the 10-12 logs are in the tandoor, you will be ready to roast on skewers. Wait another 45 minutes or so to bake bread on the walls.
Since 1993, the name GULATI has been synonymous with high quality and dependable restaurant supplies in restaurants, hotels, and banquet halls around the United States serving Indian, Pakistani, Nepalese, and Middle Eastern food. Food cooked in a tandoori clay oven delivers an experience packed with intense flavor, inviting texture, and a memorable sensory experience.