I recently had the great pleasure of selecting a couple of Infinity Jars to review on my food blog and on my oldest daughter’s tea blog (Crazy Tea Chick). As soon as I saw their gorgeous collection of premium glass jars and containers, I knew the decision process was going to be a pain-staking one.
I honestly wanted everything I saw! It reminded me of walking into a a Japanese restaurant… what do I NOT want!?!
Infinity Jars features the largest collection of ultraviolet glass products you’ll find anywhere. Their unique jars, containers, and bottles are created and backed by scientists and health advocates around the world. Extensive research has gone into each product.
Not only does each container maintain the optimum freshness of nearly any food, dried good, lotion, or essential oil…. they look gorgeous going about their business.
The heavy duty jars are of the highest quality – and this truth rings home as soon as you hold one. These aren’t the food or herb containers you find in your local department stores – this are the type of containers celebrity chefs would have in their own kitchens.
The first jar I decided upon was the gorgeous Infinity Jar Glass Dish with Lid, pictured at the top. Not only is it uncommonly beautiful, I wanted to use it for “pinchable” black pepper and spice blends. There’s just something about “pinching” the spices you want to use when cooking.
In the picture above, I had a blend I use daily (seasoned salt, paprika, parsley, and garlic powder). It makes cooking faster and even more enjoyable by keeping these seasonings handy and within reach.
I’ve also used it to store dry tea leaves. I buy a lot of tea leaves and love to combine them, creating a mixture (for example) of Blood Orange and Vanilla leaves. In the picture below, it was a blend of Raspberry and Peach tea leaves (it was out of this world, by the way).
I could also see using the Infinity Jar Glass Dish with Lid for beautiful carved soaps in the bathroom or by the kitchen sink, to hold potpourri, to store cinnamon sticks or dried herbs, or even as a gorgeous dish for softened butter on your holiday table.
It is simply gorgeous and its uses are many and varied.
I also chose the equally gorgeous Long Neck Glass Bottle. This beauty would be IDEAL for olive oil – or any other kind of oil or vinegar you frequently use, but I have bottles in use already for these kitchen staples. When I selected this bottle, I had one thing in mind, my vinegar-based salad dressing I always have made up… and I mean always.
What can I say, we eat a lot of salads in this house.
The jars come with a very cool cleaning cloth (pictured above) that keeps them shiny and beautiful. They also come with cool little labels which, quite honestly, I don’t use. The jars are just too darn pretty to mess with, in my opinion.
Head over to Infinity Jars to see all of their MANY beautiful products – but pour yourself a tall glass of iced tea first. You’ll be there a while deciding which you want first.