Wonderful food, a warm welcome and a beautiful location.

Shop

Firemasters Premium Hardwood <p>2 bags of the super-dry Kameeldoring Namibian hardwood, each weighing 14kg so that\'s 28kg for just £50.00.</p><p>Called by some the Rolls Royce of firewood, this aromatic hardwood is very dense and extremely dry (less than 2% moisture) which means it burns at high temperatures for a long time and creates a great bed of embers as well as producing flavourful cooking smoke at lower, slower temperatures. Perfect for woodfired oven cooking and for barbeques.</p><p>We have been using it here at the woodfired cooking school and love it!</p><p>The wood comes from farms in Namibia where it is cleared by the farmers from dead trees or fallen branches.</p><p>You can see David cooking with it <a href=\"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gB8fPtHYtyg\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">on our video here</a> where he is adding the smoke from the wood to the roast monkfish tails - delicious!</p>
£50.00

Home / Shop

Premium Hardwood

£50.00
Premium Hardwood
Premium Hardwood

Home / Shop

Premium Hardwood

£50.00
Model Number: MFD-FM-1
Maximum quantity exceeded
Minimum purchase amount of 1 items is Required
Maximum purchase amount of 2 is Allowed
50.000
5 Left in Stock
Maximum purchase amount of 2 is Allowed
Manufacturer: Firemasters
Facebook
Twitter
Email
Pinterest
Google+
LinkedIn
MySpace
Digg
Delicious
  • Description

2 bags of the super-dry Kameeldoring Namibian hardwood, each weighing 14kg so that's 28kg for just £50.00.

Called by some the Rolls Royce of firewood, this aromatic hardwood is very dense and extremely dry (less than 2% moisture) which means it burns at high temperatures for a long time and creates a great bed of embers as well as producing flavourful cooking smoke at lower, slower temperatures. Perfect for woodfired oven cooking and for barbeques.

We have been using it here at the woodfired cooking school and love it!

The wood comes from farms in Namibia where it is cleared by the farmers from dead trees or fallen branches.

You can see David cooking with it on our video here where he is adding the smoke from the wood to the roast monkfish tails - delicious!

Close
loading...