Our Firewood

  • Pine burns well when seasoned and has a tendency to crackle and pop that some people enjoy because it is a soft wood. Pine should be avoided for cooking.

 

  • Walnut gives off a sweet nutty smell in the fireplace but also provides a good taste that is great for poultry and meat.

 

  • Almond is a little harder to light than the walnut but lasts longer. It is very hard with long-lasting high heat and a sweet nutty smell. An excellent fireplace wood.

 

  • Oak is a good slow burning wood with lots of heat and a small flame. If it is not fully seasoned the smoke can be very dense and bitter.

 

  • Eucalyptus is one of the best fire wood types. Like oak, it has higher water content and needs proper seasoning. There are many different varieties that vary somewhat but, in general, once seasoned, these are hardwoods that give good heat. Like pine, it should be avoided for cooking.

 

Almond

Almond

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

Oak

Oak

Walnut

Walnut

Pine

Pine