Fruit Tree Firewood
A dense hardwood creating a nice sweet smelling fire
Cherry firewood is best used for open fire cooking or smoking white meats such as chicken or pork, hmmmm cherry smoked ribs anyone… Cherry firewood can give white meats a reddish or brown tint, and the smokey taste is usually mild and ads a slight fruity taste. Not as strong of a flavor as Apple, but still yummy none the less. It is a favorite of people and restaurants that do wood fire pizzas as the heat and coal beds it produces make controlling temperatures easier than woods that burn with flame and turn to ash.
Cherry firewood is also a rare and cherished firewood, with a higher price point so it normally isn’t used for fireplaces or outdoor firepits.
Apple is a very desirable wood sought after by many people. The dense hardwood creates a nice, sweet-smelling fire that generates a lot of heat. Apple wood is so desirable a vast majority of the wood never experiences the inside of a fireplace. Instead, this rich colored hard high heat producing wood with its delicious smelling aroma makes it a cherished wood for smoking and wood fired cooking. Apple also produces nice hot coal beds so controlling temperature without burning what you are cooking is of huge benefit to those e woof fired cooking connoisseurs.
Apple firewood is too rare and cherished, not to mention carries a high price point to throw in a fireplace or outdoor firepit.