Thanks for all the positive feedback!
The darker wood is Jatoba (Brazilian Cherry) and the lighter accents are Maple. I love Jatoba--finishes very nicely, It can be hard to get and is tough to work with because it's very dense and the grain can tear out easily on a router table or a planer. However, if you're careful and your tools are sharp, the end result can be beautiful--and heavy! That stand weighs a lot more than you'd guess. This helps to make it very stable even when it is holding only one set of cans.
Unfortunately, I've almost exhausted my supply of Jatoba and last time I checked, I could not get any more--unless I was willing to pay an ungodly amount of money for it...
Absolutely phenomenal! Among the best I've ever seen and that includes my own.