The Outer Hebrides of Scotland is commonly recognised as being central to the manufacture of iconic tweed and this beautiful Stornoway YogurtNest, named after the largest town in the chain of islands, is a nod to the classic hard wearing, tactile fabric. The herringbone structure uses a mix of dyed wool that creates a shimmer effect, making the surface almost iridescent, as different colours catch the light. From afar you see the familiar green of a durable country sports jacket, but up close you get a rich weave that brings out yellows, blues, gold and magenta. Much like the hand-me-down quality of traditional tweed clothing, this is a YogurtNest that's built to last from one generation to the next.
Perfect for a cottage or countryside kitchen, this is the largest size of YogurtNest with a capacity of 3.5 litres that's right for large jars of fresh yoghurt, proving your bread dough or slow cooking. And since the fabric has its origins in hardy outerwear, this is surely the perfect accessory for putting in your campervan and heading off on an adventure?
Most often purchased with a Better Cloth for making Greek Yoghurt.
- The most efficient and versatile yoghurt maker you’ll ever find
- Made to last
- A multi-function tool (yoghurt-maker; slow cooker; cooler; nest for proving bread and pizza dough)
- May be used at home, outside or while travelling
- Capacity: 3.5 litres
- Dimensions: 36cm high; 30cm diameter
- Made in Portugal
Handmade - cork filled with a traditional herringbone wool fabric and cotton cord
Machine washable on a low heat / air dry
What's included: YogurtNest, bonnet/cap, instructions
Please note: The Better Cloth and Kilner jars featured in the photos are just for suggestion and needs to be purchased separately.