Coffee Logs are an unique product, made in England from waste coffee grounds mixed with sawdust from local sawmills. The coffee grounds are collected from cafes, offices, factories, universities etc throughout the UK, repurposing a waste product.
They’re very dense cobs and are a great, hot-burning fuel.
Coffee Logs burn long and slow under normal airflow conditions – more air will give a gentle flame and good heat. They perform very well mixed with other fuels.
Coffee Logs are Perfect for:
We find Coffee Logs work well as a ‘heat sink’ in the back of the fire, where they give you a very steady, consistent heat. They create a really good heart in your fire. Their nice size – a small cob – makes them ideal for smaller stoves. They’re not an ideal starter, however; use them on an established fire instead. They are excellent on open fires.
Our briquettes are all additive-free. Coffee Logs are made from untreated used coffee grounds mixed with pure wood sawdust and are held together by compression alone.
Composition: Waste coffee grounds from cafes, offices & factories in the UK mixed with sawdust from sawmills in England.
Compression: 1127 kg/m3
Calorific value: 5.5 kWh/kg
Max. ash content: 1%
Max. water content: 10-12%
Product Standard: EN ISO 17225-7A(2021)
Block: 700mm x 100-120mm (varies)
Weight: 437g approx.
Pack: 16 Logs = 7.5kg approx
Coffee Logs come in paper bag. Please check with your local authority for recycling facilities.
Manufacturers widely use plastic to wrap briquettes, ensuring that they stay dry. A damp briquette breaks up, making it unsuitable for burning. We genuinely care about the environmental impact of our products, and are constantly working to improve the sustainability of our packaging by using cardboard in place of plastic wherever possible. Environmental responsibility