"Cuttlery should be held comfortably and fulfil its function. A spoon should hold soup, a knife has to cut, a fork should be able to pierce and pick up food. "
This seemingly simple claim was formulated by Carl Pott, the defining personality of Pott Bestecke. It was inspired by Bauhaus, a traditional house that still stands for cutlery that fulfils its function in the right way whilst still being beautiful to look at.
The Burrado butter knife also follows this maxim: compared to most representatives of its kind, it leans on an unusually wide blade. The reason? A wide blade spreads butter easier and quark better. And since it also cuts and transports sausages, mozzarella or creamy cheese in an even more beautiful manner, only one piece of advice remains: try it out!
Spreading butter with the Burrado knife will feel like walking on a cloud.
The Burrado butter knife is also available in an exclusive gift box.