Made from whiskey barrels once used by the Jameson Distillery.
Read about how we make our wood rings
Weathered Whiskey Barrel Wood
Ancient as it may be, there is an undeniable refinement about whiskey and its production. Whiskey barrels come from hand-selected oak trees, usually from the white oak family, and are the primary means by which the flavor of the final spirit is achieved. The charred inside of a whiskey barrel acts to remove Sulphur while the wood sugars are caramelized and leech into the whiskey. Our weathered whiskey barrel wood rings are an ode to those smoky barrels which cure your favorite whiskey to maturity. We have several of the most well-known Tennessee whiskey barrel woods in stock, but if you have a favorite that isn’t listed here and have access to some barrel wood, we can probably make something custom!
Weathering the wood is done via an old process, whereby the wood is dipped in water mixed with ferrous sulfate, the same stuff often used as a mineral supplement. You can read more about that process here. The mixture reacts to the tannins in the wood, turning them silver, gray, or dark gray, creating a permanent color change in the wood that is unique to each piece.
Pulled from the Louisiana bayou, Bogwood is timber that has been submerged for decades, if not centuries. Over the years, sediment enters the cells of the wood which preserves the wood and gives it a unique color and distinct grain pattern.
Dual Copper Inlays
The copper inlays add a distinct bit of class to the ring; a touch of Main street with the Rustic appeal.
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