Who sells lump charcoal? We sell The Good-One, Humphreys, Real Montana and Devils Breath Lump Charcoal! They are four great brands of charcoal as documented in the Naked Whiz, charcoal database.
1) The Good-One Lump Charcoal – Charcoal and More is a dealer for this very good brand of charcoal and here is an excerpt of that
Naked Whiz review
The Good-One lump charcoal
The charcoal was very easy to light, taking 2.5 sheets to start in our chimney starter test. There was no sparking or popping while it was burning in the chimney starter, and the smell was the typical American hardwood smoke smell.
This charcoal burned at 1030 degrees in our maximum temperature test, which ranks high compared to other charcoals. When the fire was coming up to temperature, it spread rapidly as you would expect in light of the ease in starting this charcoal. Again there was no sparking or popping while the charcoal was burning full blast. Also, there was very little sparking and popping when starting with a MAPP torch, but of course exercise care when using a torch to start lump charcoal. The charcoal burn time was high compared other charcoals and the ash produced was low. We have no trouble giving this charcoal our “Recommended” rating.
2) Real Montana Charcoal – Charcoal and More is also a dealer for this fine
charcoal and here is an excerpt of that Naked Whiz review on
Real Montana Charcoal
Notes from the review on the Naked Whiz
We specifically asked the owner if all his bags were this good, and he assured us they were. More evidence of our belief that chips and dust are more a result of the manufacturer’s screening than they are of handling after leaving the manufacturer. Frankly, we have never seen a better bag of charcoal. There were no rocks in the bag, and no funny stuff that doesn’t belong in a bag of charcoal. Now on to lighting the charcoal. The charcoal took only 2.5 sheets of newspaper to start in our chimney starter test. This is very low compared to other charcoals. While it burned in the chimney starter, there was no sparking or popping. The smell of the smoke was a pretty strong smell of maple charcoal, reminiscent of Maple Leaf charcoal for those of you who have been lucky enough to get your hands on Maple Leaf.
So, having tied up all the loose ends, how does it all come together? Well, we have a charcoal that is 95% usable, has a fantastic size distribution, burns REALLY hot, is easy to light, burns a long time and produces relatively little ash. This one’s a no-brainer. We have discovered the Paul Pott of the charcoal world, and Real Montana Maple charcoal gets our Highly Recommended rating.
3) Humphrey’s Lump Charcoal
“The first thing that struck us about this charcoal was how light it was. It is about the same density as Cowboy charcoal and it burns good and hot like Cowboy. However, it is natural lump charcoal just like you find with Royal Oak and other hardwood charcoals. We found no scrap in the bag”…., See the review of Humphrey’s Lump Charcoal on The Naked Whiz