The wooden barrel has a mystique all of its own, coopering is the age of barrel making, which has changed little over the years. In order to achieve this highest standard of quality a lot of the work must still be done by a highly skilled Cooper.
Until a century ago all villages had a Cooper, making barrels for the storage of food & drink as well as buckets, tubs, butter churns and household utensils for the village.
We continue to use traditional skills, recycling genuine oak whiskey/wine barrels staves heads & hoops. All of these materials have a history from a previous life and therefore a story to tell, from Jack Daniels bourbon barrels to Bordeaux wine barrels and Scottish whiskey barrels. We use all of these to produce a quality range of oak tubs, water barrels/butts, water features, barrel furniture and decor, bringing their bygone charm to our modern world.
Read more about barrel-making and types of barrels HERE