Torchies™ are a great source of heat or light for your campout, backyard BBQ, wedding or event. Their natural aroma is wonderful, and they are an effective bug-repellant, too! They’ll add the perfect aroma and ambiance to any special event, any time of year.
Single-log torches, sometimes called Swedish-torches, have been around for centuries, and were originally used as a heat and light source in ancient Scandinavia. Today, Old Wood LLC brings you the only naturally aromatic single-log torch on the market, sure to enhance your every outdoor or indoor fire experience.
Pre-drilled with a hole on the front and a hole on the top, Torchies™ create their own draft, which pulls the flame up through the center of the log, burning it form the inside out. The tops are beveled and sanded, creating a clean and elegant look. Each Torchie is fitted with a sturdy hemp handle so that it can be easily carried before it’s lit. Every Torchie™ has been triple heat-treated to assure that it is fully dried and lights quickly, and they come with two Quickfire fire starters.
Though our Torchies are a totally natural product and may vary in size from piece to piece, every Torchie™ should burn well for 2-4 hours. They are approximately 8” in length, and 4-6” in diameter.
All-natural aromatic piñon or juniper torch
Pre-drilled top and side for better draft and higher flame height
Sturdy hemp handle for easy carrying
2 all-natural Quickfire fire starters for easy lighting
Triple-heat treated to assure dry wood
2-4 hour burntime
Quick Fire is a safe and easy to use fire starter which has a light time of approximately 1 second depending on the the lighting source used. Quickfire fire starter pouches are sealed with an environment friendly foil made of pressed oil. Just use any corner as a wick and light the whole pouch.
With its water-repellent properties, 10 minute burn time, and infinite shelf life Quick Fire is sure to be your new favorite fire-starting tool. Use Quick Fire to light Torchies™, Old Wood firewood, campfires, fire pits, BBQ grills, charcoal briquettes, wood burning stoves, fireplaces or as a safe and reliable fuel source for cooking while camping or in emergencies.
Visit Quickfire online to learn more.