Both can be found in the Twinings of London Tasting Lab!
This purveyor of premium teas selected Caesarstone quartz as the surface on which they sip, sample, taste, and test their new formulas of fine teas.
Caesarstone used in Twining Tea Lab, UK
Everyone knows tea is serious business in England. More than just a drink, it’s a part of everyday life. But what everyone doesn’t know is that Caesarstone quartz surfaces are highly stain resistant, making them an ideal choice for not only this hardworking tea lab, but your kitchen or bath counter too.
The ultimate combination of nature and technology, Caesarstone is made of 93-percent natural quartz, which gives it some truly unique features. It’s non-porous, heat resistant up to 300-degrees Farenheit and scratch resistant. Since its non-porous, it’s naturally stain resistant. This means that it never requires sealing and it’s incredibly easy to clean and maintain. What’s more, unlike natural marble and granite, Caesarstone is resistant to household acids like citrus fruits, vinegar, wine, coffee, and of course, tea!
Lace by Caesarstone; photo via Caesarstone
Super easy to clean, Caesarstone only requires wiping with a damp, soft cloth and warm water and soap. If it’s necessary, you can use a non-abrasive cleaner like SoftScrub Liquid Gel or Comet Soft Cleanser Cream. Just be sure to thoroughly rinse it to avoid dulling the surface.
This hardworking surface is also appropriate for any style of decor desired. It comes in hundreds of color options, from neutral whites, beiges, and browns to bold reds, greens, and blues. There is also an array of interesting textured finish options to choose from, such as Lace (2141L) and Crocodile (White 2141C, Black 3100C).
Black Crocodile by Caesarstone; photo via Caesarstone
According to Caesarstone, the countertops in the Twinings tasting room are stain-free for almost two years now! Think that Caesarstone is the right choice for you but still have questions? Check out www.marbleandgranite.com or visit one of our two showrooms: Westwood, MA and Milford, CT.