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A Mexican Chiminea Review

I was so excited to undertake a Mexican chiminea review


Mexican Chiminea


I have always wanted a Mexican chiminea

I really do love my garden and regular readers will know I have featured it many times. It is like a baby to me..needs lots of care and nurturing and it is worthy of every moment.

We recently had a new addition to our garden.  A beautiful clay Mexican Chiminea from The Chiminea Shop called the Gardeco Romba.

It is handmade by local artisans in Mexico…isn’t it beautiful.


Mexican Chiminea Review

The Romba Chiminea has a diamond-shaped front and a flat back, so it is ideal to place in smaller spaces and against walls.

It stands at 80cm and doesn’t come with a stand or lid like most other clay chiminea s.  It is simple and stunning and looks like a work of art.

Simple to light – you just have to make sure you follow the guidelines and “cure” it first before you make a large fire – you can simply sit back and relax.

It is so beautiful and there is nothing quite like sitting out in your garden on a summers evening.



It is is lovely to sit out of an evening and have both warmth and light from this lovely Mexican Chiminea


Chimineashop.co.uk are Britain’s top patio fire experts. They sell a huge range of beautiful, high quality chiminea including steel chiminea, clay chiminea and traditional Mexican chiminea. They also sell new-style BBQ chiminea, perfect for barbecues, and versatile clay and cast iron fire bowls. They also sell accessories for cooking with or covering Chiminea’s, There overheads are low as they operate solely online and they pride themselves on their excellent customer service.


I received the Gardeco Romba Mexican Chiminea from Chimineashop.co.uk  for my review but as always, all opinions, images and words are my very own  If you enjoyed this post you might also like my post on how to choose the right garden furniture and this beautiful cast iron chiminea


1 Comment

  1. Wildfox Home
    July 18, 2017 / 10:14 am

    I’ve not seen a chiminea in that shape before. Looks fab!

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