The red wine is a noble drink, macerated in oak barrels for the best result. The oak helps the ageing, changing the taste, colour and flavour of the wine. When this maceration process ends, the oak wood maintains the flavour and aroma of the wine.
Whisky is an alcoholic beverage distilled from fermented grain such as barley malt, wheat, rye and corn and subsequently left to age in oak barrels, usually using white oak. After preparation, the barrel is emptied so that the taste and smell of the whisky remains captured in the wood.
Brandy is a drink with a high alcohol content between 36-40°, obtained by distilling wine. Its design is based on the heating and evaporation of the alcohol in the wine, and subsequent recovery of the brandy in oak barrels. After preparation, the barrel is emptied so that the taste and smell of the liquor is captured in the wood.
Cognac is a drink made from white grape strains grown near the town of Cognac, France and has a great aroma and flavor, matured for at least two years in oak barrels. After preparation, the barrel is emptied so that the taste and smell of brandy is left in the wood.
Sherry is a fortified wine from white grapes, mainly Palomino grapes, grown near the town of Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. The fortified wine is stored in oak barrels, a process by which the liquid left to age in oak changes the taste, colour and aroma. After preparation, the barrel is emptied so that the taste and smell of sherry remains trapped in the oak wood.
Fino is a white wine, dry and full of light, with a delicate colour and fragrance. Made of Palomino grapes, reaching 15-15.5 degrees of alcohol in volume and is kept at least 4-5 years to mature in oak barrels. After preparation, the barrel is emptied so that the taste and smell remains trapped in the oak wood.
Muscat is a sweet wine made from the muscat grape variety and it can be extracted form sweet or dry wine, it has low acidity and it is very aromatic and sweet. This naturally sweet wine is made in oak barrels so that the taste and smell of the Muscat still remain trapped in the oak after the barrels are emptied.
Porto wine is a fortified wine, with added brandy to stop the fermentation process. This way, the sugar which doesn't turn into alcohol remains pure wine, giving it its characteristic sweet taste while being matured in oak barrels. After preparation, the barrel is emptied so that the taste and smell of the port remains in the wood.
OAK CHIPS are small wood chips designed principally to give life to your barbecue and allow you to experience fantastic flavours in your grilled food.
OAK GRITS is the essence of the wood in powder, uniting all the potency of the wine and the oak wood, designed for the exquisiteness of barbecue cooking, thus making its entrance in the world of gourmet, experimenting with a world of properties in previously unknown flavours. (Grits are smaller than chips but bigger than dust).