The secret to the Bradley Smoker is the Bradley flavor Bisquettes. To produce the bisquettes, the hardwood chippings are bound together using precise quantities, at controlled pressures and densities. The flavor of the smoke is determined by the variety of wood being burned. The Bradley Smoker burns a flavor bisquette once every 20 minutes producing a clean smoke flavor. As each is burnt, it is gently pushed from the burner element by the next bisquette, to be extinguished in the pot of water. The cycle continues for as long as the Bradley Smoker is loaded with bisquettes.
Mesquite – Strongest of the smoker woods. Nothing says Texas like mesquite cooked beef brisket. Mesquite is the most popular wood use in southern barbecue. Mesquite has a strong and hearty smoke flavor which complements beef, venison, wild game but can also be used with fish, pork and poultry.