Technically, summer is almost over. But it’s fair to say that the current weather situation is giving us major whiplash. One minute it’s raining (yay for our plants), and the next minute it’s bright sunshine (also yay for our plants).
But if you’re trying to make the most of those sunny moments and looking for the best BBQ to enjoy, we’re here to tell you that the LANDMANN Mini Charcoal BBQ Kamado is currently on sale for just £99. That’s an incredible £100 discount from its RRP of £199.
The Kamado Mini is a dupe of the much beloved Minimax Big Green Egg, which retails at £795, and our Ecommerce Editor, Molly, even tested how well these two compare.
Not only did she find that the charcoal BBQ was a breeze to assemble, but she also loved the fact that the ceramic coating was incredibly sturdy and offered long-lasting heat that cooked her chicken wing skewers to perfection, offering the delicious grill flavour you look for from a charcoal barbeque.
‘These were by far the most delicious thing I've ever cooked on a BBQ (and I've tested a fair few at this point), with the smokiness from the Kamado adding so much to the flavour,’ she raved.
Of course, this pint-sized BBQ wouldn’t be right for you if you’re planning on hosting a party for your friends, family, neighbours, and your neighbour’s neighbours. But this BBQ will comfortably cook four burgers at a time - making it perfect for romantic evening barbecues and smaller gardens, patios, or balconies.
But we can’t guarantee how long this dupe will stay at this price. So, even if you don’t get around to grilling this year, why not take advantage of the discount and get ahead for next year’s BBQ season?
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Lauren Bradbury is a freelance writer and major homes enthusiast. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Chichester in 2016, before dipping her toe into the world of content writing. After years of agency work, writing everything from real-life stories to holiday round-ups, she decided to take the plunge and become a full-time freelancer in the online magazine world. Since then, she has become a regular contributor for Real Homes and Ideal Home, and become even more obsessed with everything interior and garden related. As a result, she’s in the process of transforming her old Victorian terraced house into an eclectic and modern home that hits visitors with personality as soon as they walk through the door.
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