DescriptionFlavour ProfilesThese smoking pellets are super easy to use and come in convenient single use pouches. Great for testing out a new flavour before committing to a whole bag. Just make a pouch out of aluminum foil, or toss them into one of our handy smoker boxes, and you're cooking with fire! Imagine. Just a 1/3 of a cup of these dense apple flavour capsules will produce a fruity aromatic smoke that leaves a hint of apple flavour on your barbecued beef, pork, ham, poultry and game Apple - Excellent with poultry, beef and of course pork Cherry - You know that guy who gets along with everyone? That's cherry. Cherry has a mild flavour and works for most meats. Hickory - Do you like bacon? Of course you do. Hickory adds a bacon-esque flavour to meat. Probably one of the most popular flavours of all. Give your food that authentic barbecue taste, especially if you're cooking with gas. Jack Daniels -Be cognizant of the fact that Jupiter rules Sagittarius. So when that planet is high in the sky, it's time for you to pour some JD pellets, that is on the grill and let its sweet smoke and aromatic tang influence the flavour of just about any cut of beef. JD also wafts well with pork, poultry and game. (That's game as in wild animals, kids. We're not talking Halo here.) Mesquite -When smoking with mesquite, you should turn towards the Southwest as that is where this spicy, distinctive smoke hails from. And since they use it on beef, pork, poultry, fish and game, you can probably do the same. Just make sure you're looking in the right direction. Oak - Adds a fine patina of flavour to beef, pork, poultry and fish Pecan - With your discriminating taste and sensitive proboscis, you will suss out the fact that pecan is perfect with beef, pork, poultry, fish and game. It tastes much like hickory but is milder, sweeter and nuttier. While others dither, you like to act and because you do, your life is interesting. Sugar Maple - We appreciate that the moon is in your fourth quarter but your creativity can overcome anything. Just try these pellets with pork and poultry and you'll see. Your friends will love your cooking. Even your wife will talk to you again. Maybe.