La Cafetière says that Spring Fair 2011 gave it the opportunity to showcase a host of new ranges and products, amongst which was this eye-catching Cotswold electric kettle.

New ranges keep La Cafetière on the boil

La Cafetière says that Spring Fair 2011 gave it the opportunity to showcase a host of new ranges and products, amongst which was this eye-catching Cotswold electric kettle.

New ranges keep La Cafetière on the boil

The retro design comes in a choice of colours and is a companion to the Rainbow cafetières and the Le Teapot range. Based on the original Cotswold design, this refreshed 3KW version uses both fast-boil and quiet-boil technology to make for a much quicker and quieter hot drink.

Other highlights of the 2011 collections included an electric version of the original Bialetti Moka Express, the Moka Easy, and a stove-top chocolate maker, Coco, which quickly and easily produces warm and bubbly hot chocolate.

Also on show were cafetière and teapot designs by Nick Munro, while from Alison Appleton were new cups to match the bone china California teapot, along with cafetières and a milk frother.

The show also provided the opportunity for the company to unveil a number of innovative glass products, developed since its recent acquisition of the Randwyck business.

Retail price Cotswold kettle, £40

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