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Golden Madrone

Golden Madrone. Beautiful veneer for a humidor for the best cigar storage
Trade Names: Golden Madrone, Musk Burl, Medang Country of origin: Southeast Asia Occurrence: Probably China, Vietnam, possibly Laos and Cambodia. Musk Burl is also known in Australia and Tasmania, the botanical name is Olearia argophylla, but it does not seem to be the same species. Uses: High-quality interior finishes. As it is a species that has been introduced to Europe only a few years ago, it is still very little known compared to other burl woods. Character: The wood has a very velvety surface with pronounced and coarser grain growth. This results in an intense three-dimensional and particularly decorative appearance after surface treatment. The image of the polished out burl growth is gigantic and unique. When polished out, the grain pattern achieves a depth that is unlike any other wood in form. Special Features: Golden Madrone belongs to a subspecies of the laurel family. It has a noticeable but subtle menthol odor when worked.

Natural product wood

Wood is a natural product, which can has colour differences and growth-related irregularities. Deviations in structure and colour are a quality feature for real wood. Growth, colour, structure and grain are unique in every tree and make every Gerber Humidor unique! Digital illustrations of the wood samples are always only indicative picture and do not provide a guarantee. Not all woods are available at all times and suitable for every Gerber Humidor. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.