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THE THERMOS COMES IN HANDY IN WINTER



Do you want to indulge in a sip of hot delicious tea anytime, anywhere? Warm yourself with a beneficial drink even in the coldest temperatures. Get yourself a quality thermos.


Today, there's probably no one who doesn't know a thermos. We commonly take them on mountain hikes and skiing trips, but lately we also bring them with us on the way to work to have our cappuccinos poured into thermos mugs at our favorite café. They're a nifty innovation, yet a few years back this was far from the case.


The thermos was invented by James Dewar in the late 19th century. But it was a long way from the thermos of today. It was used to store liquefied gases. But in the 20th century, it evolved enormously. Today, we use them in summer and winter. A thermos can keep a drink at the same temperature we put it in for a long time.


Among the best quality ones are metal thermoses, which have great insulating properties and are unbreakable. They have an inner and outer shell with a vacuum between them. They can keep their temperature for 12 to 16 hours and some even for a whole day. Plastic ones are also popular, but their thermal insulation is not as effective; count on only half the length.


Before you head to the store, where you'll be assaulted by all shapes, sizes and materials, think about what it's meant to do. How big should it be, will it be for eating or drinking, will it be for one person or for the whole family.


It's not a bad idea to know that the bigger the thermos, the better its insulation capabilities. If you are going on a trip, then a 750ml size is ideal for one person. If you want to indulge in a family feast, then opt for a two-litre one. Thermoses also have their accessories. Each has a lid that you unscrew and use as a cup. Underneath, there's usually a cap with a safety catch to stop the liquid from spilling.


Even a little thing like a thermos needs to be well cared for. That's the only way it will last you a long time. So, when you get home, always pour out the remains of the drink and clean it thoroughly. Baking soda, for example, is a good eco-friendly cleaner. Pour into a thermos, pour boiling water over it, shake and leave it to work. Rinse after half an hour to an hour.


If you want to treat yourself to a quality and design element, we offer half-litre stainless steel thermoses with excellent insulating properties.


Then there's nothing stopping you from enjoying a cup of your favourite tea anytime, anywhere.






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