A disk style charcoal. Available in quick light and natural. The Quick light comes in 33mm and 40mm. The natural is only available in 40mm.

Belgian Natural Charcoal

Pros

  • They light fairly quickly for a natural coal
  • Long burning
  • Little to no flavor
  • Convenient and consistent disk shape
  • Very little coal dust to make your hands dirty

Cons

  • Higher CO production.
  • Sometimes they split apart and crumble.
  • Easily crushed.

Forum Member Reviews

  • Kalutika: These are a mid grade natural coal that I dont mind using when I am out of my favorite coals. I find that they give me a bit of a headache and have a tendency to split apart or crumble toward the end of their life but otherwise they aren’t bad.

Belgian Quick Light Charcoal

Pros

  • Quick lighting with very little effort
  • Medium burn time
  • Little flavor added to the session
  • Convenient and consistent disk shape
  • Offered in 33m and 40mm sizes
  • Very little coal dust to make your hands dirty

Cons

  • Higher CO production
  • Smells when lighting
  • Should be lit outside to avoid inhaling fumes
  • Sometimes they split apart and crumble
  • Easily crushed

Forum Member Reviews

  • Kalutika: I have used these in the past and I am not a huge fan of them. I prefer natural coals to QLs but these are decent in a pinch. Much better than a lot of other QL coals.
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