If you like high-end cookware, you know Le Creuset, well known for its high-quality cookware, especially enameled cast iron in a rainbow of colors. Founded in 1925, Le Creuset has honed its craft for nearly a century to produce some of the best cookware on the market. Although founded by two Belgians, it screams both “quality” and “French”. But hang on to your berets: that French look has managed to get even more French with a new limited-edition collection.
Enter Le Creuset’s Eiffel Tower collection. A bit of a play on the company’s heritage, the collection includes two casseroles of different sizes, a braiser, a casserole and a mug. Each is embossed with the iconic Eiffel Tower, as well as a gold knob for the lid of the full-size casserole and braiser, but all include this branding. I do not know what.