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Northern Warmth Supreme Douglas Fir

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Expensive but probably worth the money if they don't sell out.  Fantastic doug fir pellet with high btw and low ash

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  • Admin Review: Aug 2017 - I have high hopes for these pellets and will update as soon as I burn them. I think they are going to be one of the top pellets on the market this year. Sept 2017 - These pellets look great and feel great. Super dense hard douglas fir pellets. I am going to be putting them in the freshly cleaned stove and hopper and open all the windows to see how they burn. I think they are like Bear Mt. or Golden fire pellets which are fantastic doug fir pellets from the west coast. I was thinking there were going to be alot of fines from the long haul over but I was wrong. The bag had fines but not worrisome at all. Sept 2017 - I must say that these pellets are awesome! First bag of the year to get tested and what was super impressive was the fact that I had to turn my regular feed rate of 4 down to 2.5. So what this means is that due to the super dense pellets which burn really hot, they burn long. In essence I almost doubled the life of a bag. So long story short is that even though these cost more, you will use much less. Win / Win.


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  • Comment Link john Monday, 12 March 2018 00:01 posted by john

    I am new to pellet stoves as of this year. We have an enviro mini which is a smaller stove but can still throw heat when needed. I have burned 4 different brands of pellets so far and this was the second one I tried out. We bought 13 bags which gave us about a weeks worth of burn time. They seemed to be a good quality pellet with low ash and decent heat output. Cleaning the burn pot was fairly easy with minimal scraping to remove half burned pellets. No clinkers. The only drawbacks were that there was a lot of dust in the bag and a little bit more expensive than others we tired out.

  • Comment Link Ferguson Daniels Sunday, 21 January 2018 03:49 posted by Ferguson Daniels

    I was looking for Douglas Firs because they do burn hotter. I used to buy Okies and last year I tried barefoot, which where very good. But I saw these for sale and the guy said they're just like the Doug firs from Okies, I believed him bought 6 tons. They're good, but not incredible for the price.
    Would I buy again, maybe but if I find another Doug fir brand I will try that instead of the Northern Warmth Supreme. They're actually clumping in my stove something that Okies NEVER did, but they burn hot and I still have 4 tons to go, let's keep on burning!

  • Comment Link Harry Cain Thursday, 18 January 2018 16:57 posted by Harry Cain

    Where can we get Northern Warmth wood pellets?

  • Comment Link Eddie Sunday, 12 November 2017 20:51 posted by Eddie

    I'm a handful of bags into these and they certainly are low ash. I ran packsaddles last year and these appear to have the same performance.

  • Comment Link James Friday, 27 October 2017 13:44 posted by James

    Warmest October in a decade for a new brand that just started shipping, yet they have over a 1K five star reviews? I don't know anyone who has even burned a single bag yet. Fishy? This is outright fraud. But based on all the negative reviews I see for Northern Warmth, I'm not surprised they would use deception (again) to try and trick folks into buying this.

  • Comment Link Sean Thursday, 26 October 2017 19:15 posted by Sean

    Andrew, I couldn't agree more with you. I posted a negative review on this sight about Northern Warmth and it was never posted. I think the "positive" ratings go to the highest bidder and not on actual testing.

  • Comment Link Andrew Tuesday, 03 October 2017 18:52 posted by Andrew

    603 ratings with a 5-star average, and only 2 (now, 3) comments?!? I don't want to be a cynic, but something is very fishy about this ratio....

    I'm a novice when it comes to pellets, but where are where are all the testimonials to back up the 5-star average?

    Also, it appears that this product is new this year... So, is it just all hype? Nobody has yet burned it, but everyone is excited to so they rate it high? That's not how ratings are supposed to work.

  • Comment Link Justin Libbey Monday, 11 September 2017 09:57 posted by Justin Libbey

    Northern warmth sold the Douglas fir last yr and all the distributors where telling people yep same as the okies ! I said bs they hade 2x times the ash and not the same heat ! Now the come out with the supreme

  • Comment Link Jlib Monday, 11 September 2017 09:43 posted by Jlib

    Those are different from last yrs df pellets from northern warmth the look nor like the okies which I miss


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