Emile Henry Oil Cruet, 14 ounce : Freely drizzle and pour olive oil, vinegar, salad dressings and other condiment favorites without leaving a mess. The Emile Henry 14 oz. Oil Cruet is a stylish and functional accessory to pour oil as you cook or finish dishes with a light sprinkle. The heat-resistant oil cruet blocks out light that can turn oils rancid. An easy-pour spout lets you control the flow of oil and dressings, leaving you with simple cleanup. Crafted in France from high-fired natural Burgundy clay using the Emile Henry exclusive Ceradon process, the vinegar cruet is ruggedly shock-resistant against cracking, chipping, scratching, crazing or discoloring. The 14-oz. Emile Henry cruet does not absorb stains, odors or flavors and is finished with a hard-wearing glaze that contains no lead or cadmium. Naturally nonstick and completely PFOA- and PTFE-free, the oil cruet's rich exterior color accentuates any kitchen. Product Features Emile Henry cruet is crafted of France's mineral-rich Burgundy clay Eco-responsible Emile Henry uses only natural products in their ceramic Exclusive Emile Henry Ceradon technology ensures long-lasting durability 14-oz. oil cruet is hand-finished and signed by its individual craftsman Smoothly glazed ceramic will not crack, chip, scratch, craze or discolor Ceramic vinegar cruet does not absorb stains, odors and flavors Easy-pour stainless-steel spout resists corrosion Naturally nonstick and completely PFOA- and PTFE-free Food-safe glaze is free of lead and cadmium Heat-resistant to 500 F and cold-resistant to -4 F Rich colors accentuate any kitchen decor Dishwasher-safe; hand wash spout 10-year limited warranty
Customer reviews for Emile Henry Oil Cruet, 14 ounce
Review 1 for Emile Henry Oil Cruet, 14 ounce
Wouldn't buy again, works fine but not worth $$.
PostedApril 15, 2013
My Cooking Level:Intermediate
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Cooking Enthusiast
I tend to cook meals that are:Healthy
Cooking Idol/Inspiration:Bobby Flay
Most notably the Emily Henry stamp is 100% illegible on the white cruet. Also counting the minutes before it is placed on a hard surface and shatters as the bottom of the cruet is porcelain! Impractical. Pours great, but I was instantly disappointed when I saw it.