Oak barrels are rightfully considered to be the best way to store alcoholic and natural non-alcoholic beverages. The tightness of such utensils and the absence of contact with the metal guarantee the long-term preservation of all the taste qualities of any beverage. Wood, which contains tannins, add a subtle shade of unique taste and aroma.
Purpose of the cask: For wine, vodka, cognac, liquor, brandy, alcohol, and whiskey
Material – Oak
Hoop material – Stainless steel
Spigot material – Plastic
The diameter of the filler opening is 42 mm
Cork material – Lime
Complete with stand – Yes
Conical oak barrels are made from oak wood from ecologically clean regions of Ukraine. All wood is carefully selected and quality controlled. The wood goes through a full cycle of drying and is amenable to professional processing on high-quality equipment.
In the production of oak barrels, we use only high-grade stainless steel as a material for hoops. So we know for sure that our products will last for many years.
It has a convenient filling hole, diameter 42 mm. It is helpful when washing the product and pouring any beverages into the jug. The cork is made of linden.
Outside, the oak barrels are processed with linseed oil. Stand for the barrel is included.
If you decide to buy an oak barrel for wine, cognac, beer or other beverages – these filling barrels will be the best choice with a guarantee of high quality, reasonable price and stunning appearance
For storing alcohol (cognac, wine, beer) and non-alcoholic products. Material – oak, stainless steel hoops. Connection rivet – micro-bearing.
Wine in wooden barrels is not oxidized, since contact with metal is excluded. Thanks to the natural qualities of the wood, wine has the ability to “breathe”, in the process of interacting with it, developing a real bouquet of a drink.
Some of the most common wooden jams are made from oak, as this wood contains tannins. Due to the natural process of diffusion, drinks absorb these substances, which gives them a memorable taste and a mild flavor. For example, if you pour ordinary vodka into an oak jug, and let it brew well, you will get a strong drink with a new palatability and healing properties. In jams you can also cook and preserve tincture and mead wine.