Who invented it? The classic cheese fondue is already known in Switzerland since a long long time. Whether it was really invented there will remain unknown. But one thing is sure; the Swiss company Spring presents a fondue pan that doesn’t let any wishes unfulfilled: the Caquelon out of the Fondue Chalet series.
The high quality, fire retardant, matt glazed Caquelon resists every kind of temperature – whether on gas, electric or induction ovens, as well as every kind of rechaud sorts. The unusual induction-adapted quality of the Caquelon is reached by a high-tech induction foil at the base. But the Caquelon hasn’t only a lot to give regarding its function: the perfect shape and the modern colours fulfil the Caquelon-design of the Spring Chalet series.
The Fondue Caquelon Chalet offers enough space for a huge cheese fondue with friends with its capacity of 2.5 litres. Besides further colours of the Caquelon, there is also a suitable rechaud available out of the Chalet-Fondue series.