Rain Barrel 500 l - Great Britain

€362.95 incl 19% VAT €305.00 excl 19% VAT

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Delivery time approx. 8 working days

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From the land of garden culture and rain, we offer you an original 500 l Scottish whisky cask -... more
Product information "Rain Barrel 500 l - Great Britain"

From the land of garden culture and rain, we offer you an original 500 l Scottish whisky cask - a "must" for every garden and whisky lover.

Original, fully viable 500 l single malt cask, made into a rain barrel. Very decorative item for your garden terrace and due to the saturation with whisky very long lasting. The cask comes with an open lid with a wooden handle, made from an original whisky barrel stave.

Rain barrels used to collect rainwater are great all-rounders. The rain barrels, which were once used to age beer, wine or distillates, are not only an eye-catching item in a park or in your garden. Wooden barrels are, without question, the most sustainable way of collecting water, as wood is after all a renewable resource. Quite apart from the lovely look of the barrels and their decorative character, a ton of water will be saved. This is not only environmentally friendly, but also allows you to mete out every drop of water to your plants or animals living in your garden.
Available in a variety of sizes and finishes, rain barrels are a wonderful addition to everything from English gardens to weekend properties to sun terraces.

Very nice to see the charred oak inside of the cask, which once produced the unmistakable taste of whisky.

On request, we can install a drainage tap, which can be ordered under accessories.

Dimensions ca.:
Height: 110-130cm
Ø Belly: 88-90cm
Ø Head: 66-77cm

Colour variations are possible!

The authenticity of this product is of the utmost importance to us. This means that a rain barrel of this type has previously lain and been moved for years in the "warehouses" of the various distilleries. Notches in the wood or possibly an uneven bottom are not quality defects, but rather determined by the peculiarity of the construction and the previous use of the barrels.

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