Hawkins New York

Simple Oil & Vinegar Cruets

$20$44
Simple Oil & Vinegar Cruets
Hawkins New York

Simple Oil & Vinegar Cruets

$20$44
4.2 Stars / 11 Reviews
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+

Coming soon to your salads.

Oil and vinegar may not mix, but they’ll certainly shine together when stored inside these lovely cruets. They’re borosilicate glass through and through—that means they’re nice and sturdy—and each bottle has a drip catcher up top to prevent messes. Then there’s those head-turning shapes: Use the tall one for EVOO and the triangular one for balsamic (or opt for the short and round duo for both). Both dispensers are dishwasher safe and, with those fetching curves, look pretty lovely atop the dining table or as a decorative accent on your countertop. Now for a slice of the best olive oil cake in town...

Just a Drizzle

What you'll find inside our cruets? A cold-pressed, peppery, flavor-packed olive oil grown in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, of course (nothing but the best for our focaccia). And an award-winning balsamic vinegar that's been made in Modena, Italy since 1605.

  • Made in: China
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Oil and vinegar may not mix, but they’ll certainly shine together when stored inside these lovely cruets. They’re borosilicate glass through and through—that means they’re nice and sturdy—and each bottle has a drip catcher up top to prevent messes. Then there’s those head-turning shapes: Use the tall one for EVOO and the triangular one for balsamic (or opt for the short and round duo for both). Both dispensers are dishwasher safe and, with those fetching curves, look pretty lovely atop the dining table or as a decorative accent on your countertop. Now for a slice of the best olive oil cake in town...

Just a Drizzle

What you'll find inside our cruets? A cold-pressed, peppery, flavor-packed olive oil grown in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, of course (nothing but the best for our focaccia). And an award-winning balsamic vinegar that's been made in Modena, Italy since 1605.

Coming soon to your salads.

Oil and vinegar may not mix, but they’ll certainly shine together when stored inside these lovely cruets. They’re borosilicate glass through and through—that means they’re nice and sturdy—and each bottle has a drip catcher up top to prevent messes. Then there’s those head-turning shapes: Use the tall one for EVOO and the triangular one for balsamic (or opt for the short and round duo for both). Both dispensers are dishwasher safe and, with those fetching curves, look pretty lovely atop the dining table or as a decorative accent on your countertop. Now for a slice of the best olive oil cake in town...

Just a Drizzle

What you'll find inside our cruets? A cold-pressed, peppery, flavor-packed olive oil grown in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, of course (nothing but the best for our focaccia). And an award-winning balsamic vinegar that's been made in Modena, Italy since 1605.

  • Made in: China
  • Product Warranty:
  • Shipping & Returns: Free Standard Shipping on Orders $99+ and Easy-Breezy Returns

Oil and vinegar may not mix, but they’ll certainly shine together when stored inside these lovely cruets. They’re borosilicate glass through and through—that means they’re nice and sturdy—and each bottle has a drip catcher up top to prevent messes. Then there’s those head-turning shapes: Use the tall one for EVOO and the triangular one for balsamic (or opt for the short and round duo for both). Both dispensers are dishwasher safe and, with those fetching curves, look pretty lovely atop the dining table or as a decorative accent on your countertop. Now for a slice of the best olive oil cake in town...

Just a Drizzle

What you'll find inside our cruets? A cold-pressed, peppery, flavor-packed olive oil grown in the Peloponnese region of southern Greece, of course (nothing but the best for our focaccia). And an award-winning balsamic vinegar that's been made in Modena, Italy since 1605.