The Oak Honey Whisky Tumbler is a stunning piece. Made from one solid piece of oak that has been carefully selected for quality and longevity. Quality and careful selection of the wood is perhaps the most important part of the process. Each tumbler is a work of art with subtle differences between every piece. The tumbler is specially shaped to expand towards the bottom to allow greater vapor expansion and better expansion of complex aromas as you drink.
Handmade oak whiskey tumblers with a stainless steel base, finished with a proprietary honey wax. It is specially shaped by hand, one at a time to give the tumbler a special shape on the inside to accentuate a taste and aroma that is complex and subtly sweet.
The shape is borrowed from classic glass tumblers that have long been a staple of the industry. Working with an internal hourglass design in wood is a tough challenge but we achieved it and added wider hips at the base and expanded opening for more breath and room to taste with your mouth and nose.
"I got the tumblers as a gift, it's worth sharing that I am more of a Burbon man, I love these tumblers, a little bit smaller that I expected but the experience is superb. Amazing workmanship and the packaging is almost as beautiful as the tumbler. Thanks!"
"I was super skeptical at first then I used the tumblers a few times and was serio9usly impressed. Craftsmanship and design is tops. thanks guys"
Originally made for Nisnas Industries wood tumblers, you can use this special Bees Wax mixture on any wooden piece or furnishings of any kind no
matter what their age. You can also use it on marble.
The wax has a hint of honey to it and it helps seal the wood you work on and make it more supple and durable. You get 100 Ml per tub, and it will last a good long time because even a small amount of this spectacular polish can accomplish a lot, so don’t worry you don’t have to apply a lot to see the effect.
Ingredients: Just wax with a hint of honey extract. Food safe, 100% natural.
The reborn of the old wood whiskey cup into a new innovative whiskey tumbler. The shape is borrowed from classic glass tumblers that have long been a staple of the
industry and the elements of ancient traditions.