cinder coal

cinder coal

[′sin·dər ‚kōl]
(geology)
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They began developing the edible black dust and the next thing they knew they had a crunchy, craggy and distinctive confection that "honoured this area being built on coal." Andrew travelled to London to meet the Selfridges team, taking some toffee samples and the newly developed cinder coal - more as an afterthought than because he had any real hope of its being picked up commercially.