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Revamped Bodum Kenya lines from John Artis

28 May 2008 by
Revamped Bodum Kenya lines from John Artis

Bodum's Kenya cafetière has been redesigned and is now available in two finishes - black and stainless steel.

Each model is available in three or eight demitasse sizes. The glass liners are made from tough borosilicate glass, which is heat-resistant, and the cafetières are dishwasher-safe.

Also newly restyled is the Kenya tea press featuring a leaf tea infuser with plunger so that spent leaves can be neatly disposed of. It has a borosilicate bowl with a black keyhole frame matching the Kenya cafetière.

The Kenya cafetiVre in black has a list price of £9.98 for the three-cup and £14.98 for the eight-cup. The stainless-steel model costs £25 and £35 respectively. The Kenya tea press is £12.50 for the half-litre size and £14.50 for the one-litre.

To buy it, call 020 8391 5544 John Artis

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