you guys were right
, it's not superior. he's selling stockton. he said it has ash of 8 to 10%. rice coal only , no buck. i will call superior and hopefully they have somebody in the area selling rice and buck.
I'm a long time user of Blaschak Coal and recently tried a batch of Superior pea, the Superior in my opinion produced more heat, burned slower and produced less ash than the Blaschak I used this season . It seems to like a bit more air after shake down to get going then can be cut back quite a bit to maintain a hot long burn it also seemed to produce a good bit more fly ash than the Blaschak but it's hard to confirm since I haven't opened the door on the stove since Oct when I lit it and I'm just going by whats piling up on the sill in front of the glass and there could be other factors involved other than the coal.
I'm not sure Superior is the type of operation that you can just call and get a list of retailers in your area like you do with Blaschak, they are a smaller regional supplier that deals in bulk only this is prolly a good thing as they are also priced $25 less per ton than Blaschak.