The Kamado grill is a egg-shaped outdoor ceramic grill. Inspired by ancient Asian indoor cooking tools. Introduced circa 1970, its earliest use was as a replacement for outdoor mobile stoves. With the upgrading of products, today’s Kamado grill is formed.
Kamado grill can be grilled and smoked by burning charcoal, making it possible to make barbecue delicacies in the courtyard. Unlike gas, grilling with charcoal will have the most original barbecue aroma, which is also the distinguishing feature of Kamado grill.
For better heat preservation and heat resistance, the core components of the kamado grill are ceramic products, which is also the reason for the high price. Intact ceramics can be preserved for more than ten years or even decades, and can accompany you for a long time.