Sort of Coal
For centuries, artisans in Japan’s Wakayama region have turned oak branches into Binchotan, a type of activated charcoal known for its purifying properties and its white hue, earning it the name “White Charcoal.”
Sort of Coal's infatuation with Binchotan began two decades ago, when they discovered the material while traveling through Japan. They've since embarked on a 100-year mission to spread its benefits to the world. That, combined with the “less is more” mantra of their Danish design, allows them to positively influence people through sensible, well-made products.