Chemistry in the Kitchen: Pipette Vinegar Bottles

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I like it when I come across products that are both attractive and clever. These Pipette Vinegar Bottles by designer Camilla Kropp are exactly that. If the art of drizzling oil eludes you, then you should invest in these bottles. The design has taken inspiration from the chemistry lab and made use of a pipette in the bottles. This ensures that you can measure the amount of liquid that you require, avoiding that deluge of oil which usually accompanies my dishes. The shape of the bottle has a generic appeal, with the pipette fitting adding individuality – the top of the pipette reminds me of a vintage bicycle horn. Original in concept and design, I’d consider this a kitchen essential, especially as it can be used for an array of condiments.

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