Most of our wood (again, while supplies last) comes from a couple of beautiful fallen rainbow eucalyptus trees that fell during Hurricane Maria on Capt. Cesar’s fathers farm, in Aibonito, PR. A beautiful town located very high up in the mountains in the middle of the island. These are the trees that, when alive, have a beautiful multi-colored bark (yellow/orange/blue/red). Cesars father planted several of these trees decades ago on his farm. And a couple of them fell down during the hurricane. For these not to go to waste, they cut them in small pieces and are using its beautiful timber so carve these bowls, cups, cutting boards and everything else they can think of. Its been a couple of yeras already so the timber is perfect for carving. The wood isn’t multi-colored like the bark when its alive but it turns a beautiful rich dark color when treated, either with simple butcher’s block oil & wax, or in this case, marine epoxy. This gives it a very strong protection barrier against rotting or cracking.