So, I got a 5L fresh oak cask for Christmas, and have sealed it up by soaking water in it (changed every day). Filled with 3L of Ruby and 2L of tawny from Chambers, but I'm worried it'll pick up too much wood from the fresh barrel? I've heard I should try to cycle the port through fairly quickly for the first 6 months? How soon should I start drawing some off? I've got 3L more to put through before I need to think about buying more port. Should I just cycle out 2L at a time into glass and then put it back in along with fresh? That'd mean I could spread out the fresh wood over a higher volume than 5L.. Anyway, really looking forward to how this turns out. I've got longer-term plans to age some higher-proof meads in there, though I could also just end up with multiple casks.