Binchotan is made by carbonizing oak wood inside the kiln at a temperature to about 1000 degree celsius to make the wood glowing red hot. The charcoal is then pulled out from kiln and cover with ash to cool it. It give the charcoal surface a white dusting appearance. This explains the name “white charcoal.”

It solid metallic feel, burns even more long lasting and give off no smoke with little ash.