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Duralex Partners with Entertaining with Beth

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New Castle, DE, July 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Duralex Amalfi Tumblers, for hot and cold beverages and desserts, are a featured product in the Entertaining with Beth July subscription box and unboxing video. Unboxing videos for subscription boxes are all the rage since they give subscribers a sneak peak of what is coming in the mail.  This subscription box is chocked full of summer entertaining items, recipes and discount codes.

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Basil Strawberry Panna Cotta by Entertaining with Beth served in Duralex Amalfi Tumblers



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Beth chose the Duralex tumblers because they are durable and pretty.

"I love these tumbler glasses because they are virtually indestructible, and in a house with kids, any glass that has style and substance I'm all for. I use them for juice and milk for my kids (it's the perfect sized portion for little appetites) as well as for serving wine for casual "bistro-style" entertaining. My husband also remarks that these were the glasses he had in his high school cafeteria growing up in France. So, hey if they could withstand a rowdy boy's school cafeteria, surely, they'll be a good match for the busy, modern kitchen," explains Beth Le Manach.

 

Beth has been cooking and entertaining for over 20 years. Her cooking philosophy is "minimal effort for maximum impact". Beth's recipe videos can be seen weekly on her YouTube Channel Entertaining with BethHer channel has a dedicated fan base of over 385,000 subscribers and has generated over 32 million views. The channel has also received two awards from The Taste Awards, "Best Single Topic Series" and "Best Photography" and has been nominated for "Best Home Chef" and "Best Instructional Web Series".

Duralex tumblers are made in France from tempered glass—a durable, nonporous material that is two-and-a-half times stronger than ordinary glass. Duralex glasses are stackable and safe—if broken, they shatter into small chunks rather than jagged shards—and are microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. These glasses are recognized throughout France, and remain the icon of French taverns, bistros and inns, as all Frenchmen and Frenchwomen grew up with Duralex glasses in their homes, school cafeterias and restaurants. They are used for coffee, tea, wine, cocktails and as all-purpose drinking glasses.  Duralex has been manufacturing tempered glassware, through a process they invented, in the heart of France since 1945. Duralex products are manufactured in La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin near Orléans, France. 

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Susan Jardina
Duralex 
9178250466
susan@jardinacommunications.com

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