WA Mallee Charcoal

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WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by Davo » Fri Sep 25, 2015 11:28 pm

Ok for all you over in Perth side WA, there is a new Supplier who has approached me about placing his info on this forum and he has some WA Mallee Charcoal available in 15-17 kilo bags with the average weight being 16 Kilo.
Pending popularity, he may get a permanent listing in Vendors for supply reference...that will be decided later.
In the meantime I may make this a sticky.
This will be a edited copy and paste of the info they have sent me via PM about their product.
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WA MALLEE CHARCOAL is proudly West Australian
and is made in WA using only WA grown plantation Mallee.

WA MALLEE CHARCOAL
is an energy dense convenient cooking fuel
is lightweight and easy to handle
burns hotter and longer than briquettes
has no fillers or additives
produces less ash
virtually free of dust and small particles
is visually attractive
is thoroughly carbonised

WA MALLEE CHARCOAL is suitable for use in any solid fuel BBQ or grill
and will give that unique Australian bush taste to any food being cooked. Charcoal made from Mallee is the preferred cooking fuel of chefs Australia wide.

We sell our charcoal in clear plastic bags so that people can see exactly what they are getting. The bags are 800mm x 550mm

We deliver to Perth and south to Bunbury regularly.
A minimum order of 5 bags applies. Prices start at $40 per bag (delivery included)
Our contact details are Ralph 0427925608 and email is [email protected] or you can PM us for more details.
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WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by Nath » Fri Sep 25, 2015 11:32 pm

Interesting, but a bit pricey.


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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by Angryman65 » Fri Sep 25, 2015 11:59 pm

It'd want to be pretty good at that price.

Currently paying $1 a kilo for NSW Mallee
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WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by Nath » Sat Sep 26, 2015 12:34 am

Everything is expensive on WA!! Charcoal is a sparse commodity over here also. This would be one of only 2 locally made I know of.
The other being Jarrah charcoal @ $2:50kg.
This is $2:80kg. If they could get the cost down closer it $2 I think WAliens will be more interested.


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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by steinyboys » Sat Sep 26, 2015 8:28 am

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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by wamalleecharcoal » Sat Sep 26, 2015 9:41 am

Our Charcoal may seem pricey but cannot be compared to Jarrah. Jarrah makes poor quality cooking charcoal and is easier to source in comparison to our Mallee charcoal. Mallee stem burns hotter and longer than Jarrah and leaves very little ash residue to clean up after use.

Mallee Stem Charcoal (our product) is widely regarded as the best in the world. Our charcoal is made by Ralph who supplied the best charcoal into Sydney restaurants for many years. WA Mallee Charcoal is made by a superior method to that used previously in NSW. All other commercial Mallee charcoal made in Australia is made in earth pits whereas ours is made above ground in steel kilns. This means that our charcoal has no ash, no sand or stones and has never had direct contact with fire. All of Which makes our Mallee Charcoal better than anything else made in Australia.

Currently our product is retailing in Perth for over $50. We will deliver direct to your door for $45.

Angryman65 Yes mate, its good, its very good. The thousands of tonnes of Mallee cooking charcoal that I made in NSW still stands as the best that was ever available and the charcoal I am making now is far superior in quality. You cannot buy better Mallee cooking charcoal.

Nath if you'd like to PM or email us we can deliver to you a free bag for you to try.

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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by urbangriller » Sat Sep 26, 2015 12:03 pm

Nath wrote:Everything is expensive on WA!! Charcoal is a sparse commodity over here also. This would be one of only 2 locally made I know of.
The other being Jarrah charcoal @ $2:50kg.
This is $2:80kg. If they could get the cost down closer it $2 I think WAliens will be more interested.


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I sell it for $40 a bag, and it is seriously good!

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Post by Mrwater » Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:13 am

Hey Chris, do you always carry some in stock or should we contact you beforehand to order in?
10 bags is a bit much for a first try, be good to try one or two first :)

Good to see our options expand!

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Post by urbangriller » Sun Sep 27, 2015 10:07 am

Mrwater wrote:Hey Chris, do you always carry some in stock or should we contact you beforehand to order in?
10 bags is a bit much for a first try, be good to try one or two first :)

Good to see our options expand!

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Yes I will always have stock, just let me know when you are coming so you know I'm there and not in a class.

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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by SilentBoB » Sun Sep 27, 2015 12:37 pm

I didn't know you had Mallee in stock Chris,

I might have to swing by one afternoon before training next week for a bag. What time are you there until? I'll be in Bibra Lake Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday arvo after work and probably Saturday morning :D

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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by wamalleecharcoal » Sun Sep 27, 2015 2:00 pm

Picture of our Bagged Mallee Charcoal.

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WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by Nath » Sun Sep 27, 2015 2:01 pm

I do like the clear bag. Great idea


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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by urbangriller » Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:42 pm

SilentBoB wrote:I didn't know you had Mallee in stock Chris,

I might have to swing by one afternoon before training next week for a bag. What time are you there until? I'll be in Bibra Lake Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday arvo after work and probably Saturday morning :D
Just give me a call, Thursday is out but Tue and Wed are good before 4pm.

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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by SilentBoB » Mon Sep 28, 2015 10:06 am

urbangriller wrote:
SilentBoB wrote:I didn't know you had Mallee in stock Chris,

I might have to swing by one afternoon before training next week for a bag. What time are you there until? I'll be in Bibra Lake Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday arvo after work and probably Saturday morning :D
Just give me a call, Thursday is out but Tue and Wed are good before 4pm.

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Thanks mate. If I can get out of work on time and down there before 4 I'll give you a shout

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Re: WA Mallee Charcoal

Post by Gumb » Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:19 pm

SilentBoB wrote:

If I can get out of work on time and down there before 4 I'll give you a shout
That should be interesting. I wonder if he'll hear you. :)


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