The Cuban charcoal MARABU is made from a fast-growing, invasive tree species with a dense structure.
This Cuban charcoal ranks between White Quebracho and Black Wattle in terms of hardness. The Marabu is relatively easy to light and due to its uniform density, it provides long-term stability during barbecue.
The Marabu gives off a lot of energy and is therefore also well suited for slow cooking. The charcoal makes a typical metallic sound when burning and gives off a unique aroma that is much appreciated by the connoisseurs.
Like the White Quebracho, very little white ash remains. The charcoal is also extremely suitable for the Big Green Egg, Yakiniku or other kamados. Can get very hot with little oxygen.