H.S. Trask

Brand Ambassador: David Hanson – Cinnamon

Cinnamon grows on trees. You can tear a piece of bark off a cinnamon tree, chew it and taste an earthy version of a Red Hot candy. The majority of the Cassia variety of cinnamon comes from one long valley on Indonesia’s Sumatra Island. The Kerinci Valley descends from the slopes of the 3,805 meter Read More

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Brand Ambassador: South of France – New Tunes in the Works

Last time we touched base, Trask readers, we had just finished filming an amazing music video for one of our new tunes. And while I wish I could say this blog entry sees us releasing it for your viewing pleasure, I can’t… because behind the scenes of every song you hear and every video you Read More

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Brand Ambassador: Michael Hanson – Food & Travel

If I’m going to spend most of the year away from home, there has to be a purpose to the travel. And, not just to do yoga or ‘experience the local culture’. Or to see a museum or a plaza. This is what I told myself years ago as I was drifting towards a career Read More

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Made in Nashville

The Trask Reserve Collection is a tribute to the American craftsmen whose time-honored skills are passed with pride from generation to generation. Meticulously handcrafted in the USA in Nashville, TN, each pair is a limited edition–taking several days and 130 individual steps to complete. The Reserve Collection combines classic American style with a modern sensibility. The Read More

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Brand Ambassador: Ian Clark – Building a Business From a Garage

Garage based businesses are a funny thing. I think, to anyone who dreams of starting their own business, this seems like a really romantic and easy way to start. Story goes like this… Start your whatever widget company llc, then make whatever it is you make on the weekends, at your own leisure. Let the Read More

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Brand Ambassador: Johanna Ware – My Restaurant

When I was 23 and cooking in my first restaurant in New York I quietly decided that I would open my own restaurant by 30.  I was 31 when I opened my place Smallwares.  I look back three years later and know that I slightly rushed the decision because of my own personal deadline and Read More

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Brand Ambassador: Paul Michel – A Haiku for Trask

I drew a boot for you to symbolize my love and appreciation for Trask. I’ve also written a quick boot haiku: Boots and laces too Wrapping my feet and toes too Happy and warm too

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