Key FeaturesStarting with the finest North American Oak, In Ho's oak barrels are carefully handcrafted by skilled professionals, resulting in a product that is exquisite both in its molding and aesthetics. These oak barrels are perfect for both storage and for decorative display, and are equally suited to be gifts for others or to be kept as treasured personal possessions. In Ho's oak barrels are ideal for wine storage, not only improving the quality of the wine, but also enhancing its flavor. Wine stored in In Ho's oak barrels over a long period of time takes on a distinctly special flavor, because the oak sparks a chemical process known as liberalization, whereby the components of the wine and oak mix together for fabulous results which are second to none. When the barrel is opened and the mellowed wine is exposed to air, the result is aromatic amber nectar. Types of oak barrels manufactured include: the brandy series, the whiskey series, and the distillation series (for alcohols of 25% proof or higher, and not suitable for beer, spirits, red and white wines, or Japanese spirits.) In Ho crafts its oak barrels without the use of unnatural processes which can cause chemical changes and produce adverse health reactions. The seams of In Ho's oak barrels are hand planed and leveled with traditional craftsmanship. Products with a "T" on them indicate oak barrels that have a stainless steel tank on the inside. These products do not have the functionality of the Number 2 series, and should be used for decorative or serving purposes only. In Ho's two types of oak barrels are as follows: 1. The Horizontal Type Barrel capacities include: 1.0L, 2.0L, 2.4L, 4.0L, 8.0L, 20L, & 30L 2. The Vertical Type Barrel capacities include: 1.0L, 1.2L, 2.4L, 4.0L, In Ho accepts special orders from its customers, and can produce oak barrels with any given measurements.
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