The Original Butter Bell Crock Review!

A modern version of the original French butter crock, the Original Butter Bell® crock allows butter to be kept at room temperature, on the counter or tabletop, for up to 30 days without spoilage, refrigeration or odors. Made from New Bone China, the highest quality ceramics available, the Butter Bell crock insures that under reasonable, correct usage, butter storage time can be up to 30 days. Most Butter Bell users consume a crock’s worth of butter within one week.       
The unique design keeps butter at the perfect “spreading” consistency by reflecting outside heat while insulating and cooling the butter.  Flavor and freshness is protected by an airtight seal of water at the base of the crock. The Butter Bell crock holds up to one full stick (1/2 cup) of butter.  Softened butter is packed firmly into the bell-shaped cup of the lid. Cold water is poured into the base of the crock. The lid is then placed upside down back into the base of the crock.  Soft, spreadable butter may be enjoyed and served right from the crock. Proper maintenance: Water should be changed out every three days.  Replace existing water in the base with fresh, cold water.
The Original Butter Bell Crock is simply genius. No need for unattractive butter sticks or giant tubs when you have this. Surprisingly it stores quite a bit of butter. I just love the overall design of this butter crock, the butter stays fresh and hidden at the same time. It is great to have at the table for everyone to easily use. Honestly I think it is so adorable! No refrigeration required is great for get togethers so your not rushing back to the fridge to keep your butters freshness. I can't see my life without a Butter Bell now, it offers so much and looks so good on my counter!

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