39894Re: thanks harry and answer to matt
- Jul 2, 2007Yeah I was thinking about that. Hey whats the name of the place on
the south coast I go back home down the coast every weekend.
Thanks for that link too tony.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "whynda" <hstuiber@...> wrote:
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "plumbondude" <plumbondude@>
> > Snip
> How critical do ya reckon it is to have
> > american white oak?
> As has been already mentioned, American White Oak is very critical
> flavour your product. Other wood varieties have been tried with
> varying success. Obviously some timbers can be eliminated right
> as being unsuitable due to undesirable smells and/or differing
> aromatic compounds contained therein. I live on the South Coast of
> NSW and we have a timber merchant here that stocks imported timber
> for the craft furniture and cabinet makers in the area and he has
> American White Oak and often it is possible to get small pieces
> him at very reasonable cost. I suggest that you have a look in the
> phone book and try to track down a timber merchant in your area
> does a similar kind of business. ..
> hope this is of help to you ....regards
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