To produce white willow, our highest quality green willow (often Black Maul, currently Austrian Grey) is freshly cut in winter and 'pitted' - left to stand in water until the sap rises in the spring.
Usually during May, the willow is stripped of its bark (without boiling) to leave a white colour rod underneath. To prevent yellowing, the willow has to be stripped, dried and then stored in a dark room in one day.
Soaking times for white willow are the same as buff willow; approx 1-2 hours in cold water, then wrap in a damp blanket overnight to mellow. Our white willow is very popular and often sells out quickly. Please use the 'Notify Me!' button if you would like to know when white willow is available. (You will find this button on each of the individual product pages.)
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