City Paper is not for tourists
Coffee makers are a staple of the American household. Espresso machines are a staple of the precious American household. But then there’s the next level: The household that has Frontgate’s “Thermo Whip Express Creamer.”The company calls this item “an indispensable kitchen appliance” that’s “[u]sed for making whipped cream in coffee shops around the world.”
Lucky us—now it’s available to regular old consumers.
Not only does this gift make whipped cream “quickly and easily,” it also keeps gravies and sauces hot for up to three hours (throw out that microwave!).
But this final selling point, taken right from the Frontgate catalog, redeems the creamer’s $299 price tag: “Double-walled stainless steel keeps the bottle comfortable to the touch.”