Peer Sorensen has been making wooden chopping boards for 40 years. Founded in 1981, originally these boards were made out of precious Tasmanian hardwoods. With the change of times, the boards are now made out of various woods like Acacia, Bamboo and European Beech from environmentally sustainable forests. Peer Sorensen, a proud Australian brand.
Acacia is a richly grained hardwood that bears its own unique grain patterns. Peer Sorensen boards have been treated to preserve the soul and individuality of the wood. Durable enough to withstand heavy daily use, this environmentally sustainable hardwood has excellent anti-bacterial qualities, looks great and wears really well.
Peer Sorensen Bamboo cutting boards are extremely hardy and require relatively low maintenance. The dense fibres keep water out so they don’t warp or crack and like other woods, the bamboo exhibits antibacterial properties. Bamboo grows fast, so when properly sourced, is a highly renewable resource, making Peer Sorensen bamboo boards a good option when considering our environment too!
Light in colour, it is a very strong, hard and a durable close-grain material. All wood is sourced from environmentally sustainable forests and has been treated to preserve the individuality of the wood. Currently the range consists of the Coastal Collection which features serving boards with a painted detail that reflects an endless Australian summer.