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Soy Sauce Cruet

Love soy sauce but hate the spills? If that´s the case The Soy Sauce Cruet is Keita Suzuki´s answer to your prayers. The Japanese designer, working for the design company "The” also original from the "land of the rising sun”, came up with the idea of placing the spout on the cap, instead of the bottle, thus causing a no spilling effect, when you tilt it to serve it the soy sauce pours through a thin gap between bottle and cap. Both parts are made from "crystal glass” that has a high grade of transparency, providing a clear sleek look. It was also designed to be a little bit smaller than regular sauce dispensers, just to make sure it maintains its qualities without oxidizing while left inside. Its minimal design will look good in any kitchen or table and even use it an olive oil or vinegar dispenser. watch the video



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