Cups, Teapots & Decanters with Kilner & Price & Kensington

I never thought, as a grown-up that I would have a favourite glass brand. I mean, it’s glass! But my heart does a little giddy dance everytime a Kilner bottle catches my eye – it’s the little pop stoppers that make the overall product a little more quirky with a side order of ‘fancy’ and better still? They don’t break the bank! 

I was very kindly sent out this glorious bundle of Kilner and Price & Kensington goodies {see below picture!} and I’m so excited to share them all with you! 

I have never owned a Teapot – like a proper, steep your tea bags for a few minutes before pouring it into a cup, teapot! I mean, sure, boiling water in an electric tea kettle is easy, but where’s the fun in that? So being sent this gorgeous mint Price & Kensington teapot made me a little excited. I couldn’t wait to make my first ‘teapot’ cup of tea and of course, use my cream Price & Kensington mugs, too. 

I think my pantry cupboard is home to more mugs than glassware – mainly due to the lack of space we have {or our priorities are wrong, who knows!} but I just love these vintage Kilner tumblers. They’re the perfect size for the kids to have their juice in and can we just take a moment to appreciate that detail. Aren’t they lovely!? 

Now, I had no idea you could even make whipped cream in a mason jar – does that not just BLOW YOUR MIND!? Because it does for me and you can do it with this very cool Shake & Make whipped cream maker and you can even make it in a matter of minutes. No more having to get a bowl, filling it up, plugging in the hand mixer and standing there for a good 5mins plus! 

Now, I have yet to try this bad boy out, but once I do you guys will be the first to know! I have mini pavlovas to make and I reckon this would be the perfect sidekick for that job! 

Kilner has so many cool products because I have never thought about making my own butter until now – with the help of this Butter churner. I think this would be such a fun thing to do with the kids – or for them to even make themselves! Oooh, I’m now thinking of freshly made butter spread on some warm toast. Yummy! 

It looks so simple to use, so once the kids and I get round to testing it, we will be sure to share – so keep an eye on my Instastories for that! 

The Kilner barrel drinks dispenser was something else I was kindly sent out and I just LOVE products like this. It’s quirky, not something you see every day and I am all over products like that. Plus, I think you’d feel proper swish being able to serve up drinks from it during a Christmas party or a summer BBQ.  

Lastly, who knew there was a Kilner Cookbook – because I sure didn’t! But you can bet I’m excited to flick through it. There are so many amazing recipes in those pages, from; breakfast apple crumble, pepper & herb oil, sweet tomato chutney, pina colada’s and so much more!

So there you go, a pretty amazing peek into the Kilner & P&K range. I am such a huge Kilner fan and after going through their website I have to admit, quite a few of their products have been lodged in my mind to pick up in the new year! I think their 8-litre Drinks Dispenser would be amazing for my daughters birthday party late January! 

Do you love Kilner? What product is your favourite? 

Disclosure: I was kindly sent the above products for the purpose of this post. All photos, thoughts & opinions are entirely my own. 

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3 Comments

  1. 19/12/2017 / 7:55 AM

    I love Kilner, they have some great products. I might have to check out those glasses coz they are cute! I recently bought a beautiful kilner spice rack 🙂

  2. 19/12/2017 / 9:44 AM

    Kilner is such a great brand. I have cocktail jars from Kilner like in the bottom photo and they are super cool

  3. Lynda Graham
    21/12/2017 / 5:50 AM

    So many great items here, and so useful. Loving tie Whipped Cream method, Genius!!

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