Royal Oak Charcoal 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump



Lighting Instructions: For best results, start your fire 15 minutes before cooking. Lighter fluid method: 1. Arrange 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal in a pile. Follow lighter fluid container directions. Open all grill vents and leave grill uncovered. 2. Light the pile in several places. 3. In approximately 10 minutes, or when pile is predominately ashed over, spread charcoal evenly. Wait 5 minutes and begin cooking. Natural light method: 1. Open air vents on grill. Tightly crumble or twist 3-4 newspaper sheets and place on bottom of grill below grate. 2. Place 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal on top of grate. Leave at least 1 to 2 inches of air space between paper and charcoal. 3. Ignite paper. When coals are ashed over, begin cooking (10-15 minutes). Add more 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal as needed. For best results, store this bag in a dry place.



Royal OakĀ® Charcoal 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump. Great for all grills & smokers. Ready to cook in 15 minutes. All natural lump shape. No chemicals added. Burns hotter. Sears in wood flavor. 17.63 lb (8 kg).

Other Description

What is 100% Natural Wood Charcoal? 100% Natural Wood Charcoal ... Charcoal Briquets. Appearance: Looks like wood burned after a campfire. No two are alike ... Pressed pillows of charcoal. Uniform in shape. Content: Only 100% wood is used. Made from oak, hickory, maple and other hardwoods ... A blend of woods and fillers. Only 100% if stated on bag. Heat value: Cooks hotter than regular briquets. Great for searing in food flavor ... Lasts long for extended cooking. Time: Takes 15 minutes to get to cooking temperature ... Takes about 30 minutes. Guaranteed Satisfaction: For over 60 years Royal Oak has been proud to provide you with premium quality natural wood charcoal. We at Royal Oak stand behind our product and offer our guarantee of satisfaction. We want your barbecue to be successful and if you have any Comments or Questions please write to us at: 1 Royal Oak Avenue, Roswell, GA 30076. Visit


Oak, Hickory, Maple and Other Hardwoods.


Carbon Monoxide Hazard: Burning charcoal inside can kill you. It gives off carbon monoxide, which has no odor.
Never burn charcoal inside homes, vehicles or tents.
Do not pour lighter fluid on burning wood charcoal.
Never use gasoline to light fire.
Burning of this product produces chemicals known by the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm.