Kiln burned Pine Tar, also known as peasant made tar, is produced by the old fashioned method of burning pine tree stumps in kilns. Kiln burned Pine Tar is dark golden in colour, has a high resin content, low content of pitch and high purity. The high resin content may cause precipitation of crystals which will dissolve when heated to 45-50°C. The resin may also cause minor sediments. As the tar is manually produced, the viscosity will vary somewhat from batch to batch.