Myrtle is a beautiful wood commonly used in building acoustic guitars and ukuleles. However, we felt why limit its use. So, we decided to build some amazing charcuterie boards. The Myrtle used in this board was recovered on the Southern Oregon Coast where the variety of soil types adds dramatic color to the wood grain. The wood has unmatched qualities, easy maintenance, and finish. The original tree was recovered from a logging site where it was slated for the chip mill. The areas that the trees are removed from are replanted with new trees making this a very eco-friendly and sustainable wood. The cool wet air of the Oregon Coast makes the perfect environment for slow consistent growth of high-quality wood products. To capture the wild nature of Myrtle, we use a color named savage to tint the epoxy accent.