ABOUT LE CREUSET
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With an unrivaled selection of bold, rich colors in a range of finishes and materials, Le Creuset is the leader in highly-durable, chip-resistant enameled cast iron.

 

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Le Creuset is a pioneer in color development and the leader in highly-durable, chip-resistant enameled cast iron. Although others now offer their own interpretations of their signature craft, their visionary enamel expertise spans nearly a century and gives their brand the edge in quality and innovation. From the pure, rich tones of their colors to the fine quality of their distinct gradient and finishes, Le Creuset’s leadership in color is unmistakable.

Since the introduction of their signature Flame color in 1925, Le Creuset has been known for high-quality, colorful cookware. their early artisans transformed the industry by bringing bold, true color to the kitchen. That legacy continues and the brand now offers an unmatched range of vibrant, durable hues and finishes on a spectrum of materials like cast iron, stoneware, silicone, enamel on steel and more.

Le Creuset’s palette of classic colors and trend-leading hues demonstrates their unique perspective on color. Their design-forward approach has resulted in the release of some of the world’s most sought-after shades, often turning Le Creuset cookware into powerful style statements and cherished collections. As Le Creuset continues to captivate customers with timeless colors and inspire trends with visionary new hues, their bold commitment to color sets us apart — just as it did in 1925.

HOW TO CLEAN YOUR LE CREUSET

Le Creuset products are dishwasher-safe, but they recommend hand washing. Over time, constant dishwashing may lead to some dulling of the enamel finish, but this will not hinder the cooking performance. To clean your products just follow these easy steps:

1. First off, you always want to allow the pan to cool to room temperature before cleaning. You never want to place a hot pan in cold water, or fill a hot pot with cold water. That may lead to cracking of the enamel due to thermal shock.
2. Use a soft non-metal sponge to wash your Dutch oven with warm water and a mild dish soap.
3. Rinse and dry the pot thoroughly before putting it away

 

 

To keep your pans looking as good as new, try 'Bartender's Friend' cleaning solution, available in our Tasting Room.

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