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Keep fresh butter at their fingertips with this L. Tremain Retro and Matte Butter Bell Crock. The Butter Bell Crock features an innovative design that keeps your butter at the perfect consistency for even and quick spreading, but it does not require refrigeration. It works by cooling and insulating the butter inside the crock while reflecting heat from the crock with its unique bell design. The freshness and flavor of the butter inside the bell is protected by an airtight water seal that is located at the crock's base. The unique lid on this crock, which serves as an inverted butter cup, allows the butter to maintain its stability while being used while also providing a spot to place your butter knife. The lid of the crock is designed specifically for providing the tension required to hold the butter in position. This crock holds one stick of butter, and is made in a way that allows for optimal control of butter application, so most users end up using less butter. It is ideal for taking along on picnics and camping trips, since it requires no refrigeration. The Butter Bell is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup, and it is made from bone china for long-lasting service life.
Bell keeps butter spreadable and fresh for weeks and does not require refrigeration, making it ideal for tabletop use
Crock has been endorsed by butter manufacturers and top chefs, so you can use it with confidence
Customer Reviews for Maraschino Red Retro & Matte Butter Bell Crock by L. Tremain
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 581 ratings
96% of reviewers recommend this product
93% say this is a "good value"
Why does the butter occasionally fall into water? We do try to press butter firmly into the bottom each time we fill it...
Also make sure it is not in warm area...It has not happened again in awhile...Really enjoy having the spreadable butter at the ready and love the color red.
I'm sure that I love the Butter Bell for the same reason as most users: having spreadable butter always at hand. My butter intake has probably increased since I began using it, but them's the breaks! It cleans easily and blends perfectly into the decor of my kitchen. I've already given two more as gifts and will probably continue to do so until everyone I know has a Butter Bell Crock….
It was a common recurring problem between my wife and I. I was afraid that butter would spoil if not refrigerated. My wife claimed that her family left butter out at room temperature all the time, one stick at a time but that stick in use could be left out at room temp for days. I did some research and found the Butter Bell Crock mentioned as well as similar products based on the same concept. That natural seal of the water gives me more confidence that the unrefrigerated butter does not become a magnet and culture medium for bacteria yeast and mold.
Although I like the Butter Bell and it is attractive, the top breaks very easily. We keep 2 in use (for salted and unsalted butter.) We have had to order 2 replacements because the lids have broken, and at the price per, it is expensive to keep replacing the entire unit. Replacements lids should be available for separate purchase.
It is not ethical to charge people tax for a region that the buyer does not live in. I am guessing your company pockets the money since I do not pay city tax. Not good and I have let the state tax commissioner know however I am guessing that he has bigger issues. Greg