Woodcraft now sells Osmo. Love this product!It's definitely expensive, but a little goes a long way. You'll want to make small batches and keep your lids tight because air exposure will cause it to skin over in the cans. I prefer to use Osmo PolyX and get identical results for a fraction of the cost and there's no mixing involved. Only downside is I've had a hard time sourcing Osmo lately. Another one to look at is Simple Finish from the guys over at makerbrandco.com. The application of that looks super easy as well.
Sweet! Good to know. I'd been getting it from a flooring company that also had all of the pigmented options as well but them and Amazon seem to be going through a bit of a dry spell at the moment.