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Old 03-22-2006, 08:53 PM   #1
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Whiskey Barrels

I was out in the garden center at work today and caught a wiff of the whiskey barrels that we sell. I look forward to late summer when they start falling apart so I can get um dirt cheap. They are made from white oak I believe and they are one of my secret weapons.
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Old 03-22-2006, 09:09 PM   #2
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Pork that taste wine will never taste mine.

lips, I mean. or something.

Going to bed now. #-o
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Cappie,

How much have you had?

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I use white oak quite a bit and like the flavor it adds. Does the whisky add any noticable flavor? Can't get those barrels around here. :badgrin:
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I never smoked with just wood from barrels. You can smell them while they are burning. As far as taste goes, I think they add a little something. I am surprised they are not available in your area, check with garden supply stores. They are seasonal even in the south.
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Here is a sight that sells what I use. This is one expensive way to get them.






http://www.kentuckybarrels.com/wood-chunks.html
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And I definetly do not want to use any 12 year old scotch to experiment with to soak some wood.
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Pork that taste wine will never taste mine.

lips, I mean. or something.

Going to bed now. #-o
Huh? good nite Cap
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