El Marabu-Dichrostachys Cinerea- an invasive tree native to Africa but has been introduced to Cuba in the 19th century. In order to solve the invasion problem that occupies the agricultural plant areas In Cuba, El Marabu started to be used to produce hardwood charcoal that presents metallic sound with unique aromatic flavour. Useful for grills, barbeques, restaurants and hookah.
|Calorific Capacity (Kca/Kg)||7200|
|Moisture Content Max. (%)||8|
|Ash Content Max. (%)||4,83|
|Volatile Max. (%)||20-25|
|Fixed Carbon (%)||75-82|
|Shape||Lumps and Sticks|
|Package||15 kg kraft and 18/21 kg pp bags|
Handpicked and machine sieved highest quality Marabu charcoal from Camaguey , Ciego de Avila , and Ceballos areas are ready to serve clients in 15 kg kraft and 18-21 kg pp bags.