The kamado B10 Grande is made from clay in our factory in Ebersbach an der Fils near Stuttgart according to ancient Japanese tradition. Our experienced potters craft every single piece of clay on the potter’s wheel by hand.
In contrast to other materials, clay has special properties due to its porous structure. It stores heat, moisture and flavour optimally and renders all meals a pleasure thanks to the characteristic, slightly smoky taste of a traditional clay kamado. The KB10 is one of those products that get even better with every use.
The kamado B10 is a real all-rounder when it comes to the variety of preparation options. The temperature inside can be easily regulated with its two valves, so that smoking can be started at around 50 °C. It cooks gently for hours, especially in the low temperature range at approx. 70-90 °C, so that the moisture, flavour and colour of the food are retained. Nevertheless, it reaches temperature ranges with which you are able to grill a steak within a few minutes, prepare wok dishes or bake pizza and bread.
Furthermore the kamado B10 brand stands for sustainability: we only use materials and components from selected German suppliers to manufacture the KB10. This is how we combine regionality with the highest quality standards. The kamado B10 is made for a long life and will accompany you for decades if you take good care of it.
We do not use harmful substances during production and work primarily with natural materials such as clay, wood or wool felt.
Due to its very low consumption of charcoal of only 1,500 g maximum, the KB10 Grande is one of the most efficient charcoal grills on the market.
The KB10 is not only a versatile and sustainable “cooking device”, but also scores with its aesthetic, puristic design, which was inspired by the principle of Japanese minimalism. The KB10 Grande Art MoMA is part of our unique signature collection, which has been hand-painted by artists with great attention to detail. This special KB10 with its unusual design and eye-catching colouring comes from the Argentine artist Florencia Béraud, who was inspired by the painting “Fiery Sunset” from the artist Alma Woodsey Thomas.
Florencia Béraud about her work:
“During a family trip to New York, I visited the Museum of Modern Art. There I met Alma’s painting and fell madly in love with it. It occurred to me that the design created by the artist would be very interesting for our kamado.
That’s how I began to paint the pattern of the artist Thomas. Then I decided to add my own personality to the spots, mutating them and playing with a more geometric structure. I prioritize that each spot is unique and that it also has a relationship to the next spot. It seems that each KB10 Art MoMA has the same look, but this is not the case. It is a visual game since each spot is unique, but at the same time it gets a new meaning when being in the presence of the others. Many people think that it is a puzzle, however for me it is a proof of the intensity that blends art and food.”
The kamado B10 Grande is delivered fully assembled so that we can guarantee the best possible function. After setting up at its destination, you can start cooking and enjoying immediately.
- Features of kamado B10 Grande Art MoMA:
- Body, lid, fire box, fire ring and cole grid hand made from clay
- 2-part valve at the lid made of cast aluminium
- Bottom valve and lock rings with hinge made of stainless steel
- Wooden handle
- 3 separate feet hand made from clay
- Cooking grate optionally made of untreated steel or stainless steel
- Ash remover with spring handle made of stainless steel
- Trolley made of weather-resistant Douglas fir wood with 4 smooth-running rollers (2 of them with a brake)