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bio-bean Coffee logs, 8kg
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bio-bean Coffee logs, 8kg

£7.98
£1 per KG

2 for £14. Discount applied at checkout.

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Product information

Coffee Logs are eco fire logs made from used coffee grounds. They’re an efficient fuel for wood burners and stoves and they burn 20% hotter and 20% longer than wood. The used coffee grounds are collected from UK coffee shops and then recycled into this winter fuel, helping to reduce waste and reduce greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change.

  • Manufacturer guarantee: 2 years
  • Not suitable for outdoor fires or barbecues
  • Use with fire lighters & kindling.
  • Purpose: Fireplaces & stoves

Features and benefits

  • Eco heat logs made from recycled coffee grounds
  • Burn 20% hotter and longer than wood
  • Each log contains the grounds from around 25 cups of coffee
  • Around 10% moisture content
  • If you are looking for a fuel that can heat your home whilst helping the planet then Coffee Logs are the perfect choice
  • Fully recyclabled bag
  • If you are looking for a fuel that can heat your home whilst helping the planet then Coffee Logs are the perfect choice
  • Best used within 2 years
  • Safety feature – Do not disturb once lit
  • Natural aroma

Specifications

Brandbio-bean
MaterialCoffee & sawdust
Maximum burn time1h
Product weight8kg
Material percentage70% Coffee, 30% FSC Sawdust
Product code5060599680002

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3.28 / 5(32 reviews)

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LucyHarry - 8 days ago

They get really hot and are much easier to get going that logs. Perfect to use a combination with wood though to make it last longer too.

Excellent alternative to wood.

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Mickmarks - 15 days ago

Loving using these in my stove heater.
No smoke and lights easily once added to an established fire. Great low carbon footprint fuel that gives some flame and generates very good heat. Usually burns for around 45-60 minutes with air dampners set to low. Paper packaging equals no waste. As good or better than wood.

Good for Heat and Enviroment

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Craig80 - 18 days ago

Get a good fire going with kindling and dry logs. Once you have a good bed of hot embers you can use these for the rest of the evening. We, personally, find they burn hotter and longer. These usually burn on our stove for 45 minutes before we pop Two more on. Generally we burn Two at a time. But I really would get a hot fire burning first! I don't use Primary air and keep the 'air wave' open between 25 and 50%.

Not recommended for smaller log burners!

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Norahs66 - 19 days ago

I bought this product to try out on our newly installed multifuel fire and only used 2 logs on top of kindling and before they had burned out I head a crack and I discovered the back brick had cracked. We have a Parkray Aspect 5 compact.
When I called the fireplace company they said they had a few issues where people had used these as an alternative fuel and some had cracked the glass and some had bricks cracked like myself. Thankfully they will replace it for us, but the bricks do not come under warranty so be careful if using them.
I have rated them good for quality, value for money and ease of use because they are, however not great on this occasion.

Different to wood but great when used properly!

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JatHome - 1 month ago

I have now used several bags of these and I'm really pleased that B+Q are stocking them. They're a great idea/ eco-friendly (why not?) and actually MUCH better value than wood if you're buying that in small bags - as I do because I don't have the space to store a lot of wood.
I have used them in a wood-burning stove. I use some wood kindling and paper to get the fire going - probably a few more sticks of wood than I would with kiln-dried logs as the first one needs a bit of heat to get going. They do flame when they catch light but then settle sooner than wood into a nice warm glow. They do burn pretty hot so I usually only add one at a time when the last one is about half-spent. In fact they're so hot that if you leave it a bit long and the last one appears to be out you can throw in another and it will usually catch - with the same amount of wood that is less likely to happen. You can also combine them some-and-some with logs for a bit more flame. I do that sometimes if I want to sit and watch the fire.
Some other reviews have talked about smoking. I haven't tried them in an outdoor pit but I'm guessing that they haven't got up the initial heat needed to set fire to them properly.
Thoroughly recommended!

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