Very nice. Congrats.
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Very nice. Congrats.
Considering their current price point: Tilman Leder, Marko Tsourkan and Mario (if he still was doing knifes).
Bowmore and Macallan would come to my mind, too.
Equally Glenrothes and Highland Park (malty with some very faint smoke), Glenmorangie, Longmorn.
Look out for sherry- or portwood-finish.
From the opening statement i still feel some pending tension in this thread probably nourished by the dim hope there might be some knife leaving your drawers towards BST?
NSA should now by now anyways.
Wood shrinkage is often reported here (tang & rivets standing out) and is the case in my ZK, too.
Congrats. It looks very neat and inviting.
Good luck for you guys.
A lot of interesting food. Would love to know some details of preparation. Maybe it's time for a book?
Erilyn, I don't see why Sansaire should be prior in terms of usability for ziploc? Function is pretty much the same with the Anova. ...
Nice. Is that Marko Gyuto a practice knife?
What do you think of them in terms of F&F, balance, usability.
I know that Butchs handles might seem a tad short until you start using them. That Ealy looks comfy, too.
Tilman is offering Niolox customs in your price range. And he's in germany, too.
Nice. How does it compare to the Harner?
In germany you would find Barbarie-Duck more often then Muscovy. Though it seems Barbarie is just the domesticated variety of Muscovy I'm wondering if you got some experience with those, too?
If you want to emphasize the local focus of the place I'd further inquire the local idiom of sea-related terms.
I'm in. I've got two parers and will take anything you have.
Probably my wish for a gyuto is strongest by a short head though....
Just thinned a Takeda with Chosera 400. Works fine for that job.
Just placed an order for Anova, which is now available in the 220V version, again.
I promptly got the following information:
"Due to high volume of orders, there is a delay in shipping for about...
We definitly need a storefront over here in europe...
.. or beeing offered a seat in a crowded bus.
Out of pure politeness.
If you would consider a custom Tilman would be a good adress. He is a member of this forum (Rottman). Just check the resumes for his knifes.
Welcome. I'm in.
Ein herzliches Willkommen aus Köln.