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The Porthole Infuser

The Porthole Infuser

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  • $125.00 - September 1, 2020
  • $124.95 - August 31, 2020
  • $125.00 - July 20, 2020
Since: July 20, 2020
  • Highest Price: $125.00 - July 20, 2020
  • Lowest Price: $124.95 - August 31, 2020
Last Amazon price update was: September 25, 2020 1:38 am
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Features:

  • The Porthole is a simple, beautiful infusion vessel designed by Martin Kastner of Crucial Detail
  • It can be used to create striking cocktails, oils, teas, dressings, lemonade, coffee, and more
  • Originally created as a custom piece for the bar chefs at the aviary in Chicago, IL
  • Tempered Glass, Polypropylene, Stainless Steel, Silicone
  • Dishwasher-safe, holds 13 fluid ounces – exterior dimensions: 7″ x 7″ 2″

Details:

WHAT IS INCLUDED: One Porthole, Three filter screens of varying densities, Silicone cap, Hex key, Set of alternative thumbscrews, Recipe booklet The Porthole is a simple, beautiful infusion vessel designed by Martin Kastner of Crucial Detail design studio. It can be used to create striking cocktails, oils, teas, dressings, lemonade, coffee, or any other type of cold infusion. Since its debut in 2011, the Porthole has gained significant attention. Originally created as a custom piece for the bar chefs at The Aviary in Chicago, IL, it has been featured in dozens of magazines and blogs, including the cover of Food Arts magazine. Early versions of the Porthole were hand-crafted in a small batch at Crucial Detail but, due to enthusiastic response to the piece, was adapted for higher volume manufacturing and launched as a Kickstarter campaign in August of 2012. The campaign sought to raise $28,500 in pledges, which it met in the first couple of hours, and ended up raising a total of $736,112 in 28 days.