Compared to our other woods, the pear can only show off its taste neutrality. Since the wood is not as fussy as the olive, or rare and small like the briar root, it is our cheapest model. With this pipe it is not such a big drama if it gets lost at a festival. This Pipe is made of Pear Wood, which is neither varnished nor stained, and is treated only with vegetable oil.
Olive Wood - the diva amongst all
The very slow-growing olive wood with its vivid grain is not only visually attractive, but also very hard and therefore durable. It resists the flame and embers very well and gives off (especially in the beginning) a very pleasant, slightly nutty taste. Because of its tendency to crack and its irregular growth, olive wood requires the most attention from our turner.
Briar - a root bulb with tradition
The wood of the briar root is also characterized by excellent durability. It has a fine grain and a very neutral taste. This type of wood has been used for exquisite tobacco pipes since the beginning of the 19th century. Our briar pipe has a hygienic and noble looking acrylic mouthpiece and its timeless shape is reminiscent, at least for us, of the Bauhaus design.