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I decided to try ordering from this company called Smokinlicious Gourmet Smoking Wood, from Buffalo. It's convenient for me as I'm in Canada that they offer both an American website and a Canadian website. 

Anywho, I once ordered Alder wood from Amazon US, as it's fairly hard to find companies selling Alder wood for smoking in Canada. The customer service that I experienced from this company is almost unheard of. Questions(by email) were answered in minutes, over long weekends and late nights. 

 

This wood was offered in 30lbs or 15lbs packages so I ordered the 15lbs, as I am trying it out. 

 

15lbs, cost me $31 CAD, shipping included. So no where near as expensive as the wood I ordered thru Amazon (5lbs/$40US).

 

Now after all this, the wood has a great aroma as does its smoke and it smokes for a long time. Chunks are the size of appr 2"x2x4",so a fairly nice size. 

 

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I will definitely order from this company again. They offer lots of different kinds of wood. 

 

Thanks for reading!! 

 

http://www.smokinlicious.ca

http://www.smokinlicious.com

 

 

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I was surprised to see they have a UK website but unfortunately I won't be ordering as I have just realized the price @ nearly £66 for the small box  including shipping its a stretch for smoking wood. 

 

I will have to find a good UK supplier

 

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4 hours ago, ndg_2000 said:

I was surprised to see they have a UK website but unfortunately I won't be ordering as I have just realized the price @ nearly £66 for the small box  including shipping its a stretch for smoking wood. 

 

I will have to find a good UK supplier

 

Wow yeah £66 is pretty much 3 times as much as I paid! :evil:

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