Premium Smoking Wood Pellets

By DiamondKingSmoker

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These wood pellets infuse your meal with distinctive, smoky flavors like mesquite and sugar maple. The pellets are made from all natural hardwood with nothing artificial added.

  • Materials: 100% natural hardwood
  • Care: Store in a dry place
  • Includes 15 lbs. of smoking pellets
  • No artificial flavors or binding agents
  • Burns up to 49% hotter than other leading pellet brands
  • Low ash content which reduces grill maintenance
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 18" x 12" x 3"
  • Weight: 15 lbs.
    Flavor Profiles:
  • Apple: A mild flavor, with the sweet taste of Washington Red Apple trees, great with white meat
  • Wild Cherry: One of America's favorites, this mild and fruity wood is great for beef, poultry, and salmon, but is bitter for swordfish
  • Hickory: One of America's favorites, a classic bacon flavor. Great with all meats
  • Sugar Maple: Sweet and mild, a great smoke producer. Try it with pork and poultry
  • Mesquite: Very strong, spicy flavor. Try it with beef
  • Oak: Strong flavor yet more mild than Mesquite. Try it with beef or lamb

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This is a great alternative to using “real” wood. It’s so nice not to have to chop wood for the smoker also saves our wonderful trees. You really can’t tell the differenceMore > < Less

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About DiamondKingSmoker

Easy BBQ Smoker

Want to smoke meat or fish? This BBQ smoker box lets you use the grill you’ve already got. It streamlines the smoking process and works on any type of grill.

Patrick King paired over 30 years of experience in the forestry industry with expertise in wood science—not to mention a passion for smoking—to make a BBQ smoker that does the job easily at home. And his all-natural wood chunks and pellets lend distinctive flavors to the meat (like almond, cherry, and mesquite).

Just place your protein—ribs, chicken, or even fish—next to a lit box, and the smoker does the rest. It’s a simple process, but it does take some time to get that smoky goodness just right. But trust us, the tasty results are worth it.