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.
- Alder and maple give a rich and distinct flavor commonly used with seafood, hams, and bacon
- The stronger and very distinct flavors of mesquite, oak, and hickory are commonly used for smoking beef, game meat, and pork products such as pork shoulders and beef brisket
- Apple and cherry impart a sweeter, milder smoke flavor, commonly used with poultry and wild game meat
- Special Blend is a specially formed blend with a distinct flavor that is mild enough for any dish