Tobacco White Pine
By far the one of the coolest woods we have ever carried, ladies and gentlemen I present to you tobacco white pine.
What's that you ask? Glad you asked. Here we go.
To cure tobacco, what tobacconists do is hang it on racks in very tall barns, and light a very smoky. smoldering fire underneath it and let it dry out. The smoke then dries out the tobacco leaves and thus tobacco is cured. This wood is from the ceilings of those barns, stained black on one side from the years of smoke and oil.
There is also only so much of this left!
Janka 380 lbf