It is early August, and on the sun-bleached streets of south Pest, itʼs one of the hottest days of the year: yet, in the dimmed light of the toasting room at the Kádár Hungary cooperage, a small team of craftsmen shrug off the heat, continually adjusting their burners to produce an even singe inside the latest batch of the factoryʼs oak barrels.
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