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carafe

a. an open-topped glass container for serving water or wine at table
b. (as modifier): a carafe wine
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Taking traditional objects such as the carafe or the low-slung Oriental brass coffee table as their starting point, the pair has transposed them into shiny brass, sleek glass and leather -- materials perfectly at home amid the streamlined, polished contemporary furniture by today's globally recognized names.
When you took the carafe out, it had the bubble pop wrapping and it looked great.
The news was welcomed by Paul Davidson, head of sector specialists at WRAP, who confirmed PET carafes would be more recyclable than cartons.
We were really enchanted by the quartino during our travels to Italy," says George Elkins, managing director at Mangia Hospitality Group, owner of Gusto and Centro Vinoteca, referring to the small carafe that delivers a glass and a half of wine.
The price of a replacement carafe appears disproportionate to the consumer," he said.
Undersink systems such as the Kenmore 38460 ($80) have filters that can last twice as long as carafe or faucet-mounted units.
Redesigned, removable water tanks simplify the cleaning process and eliminate two steps in the typical brewing process that can be challenging first thing in the morning: precisely filling the carafe with a specific amount of water and carefully pouring the water into the top of the coffee maker.
Small carafes are not only fiscally advantageous, but they also give the consumer a chance to interact with a wine professional, increasing their level of entertainment," says Selzer.
Sainsbury and Spar have both delisted the one-litre carafes of the not-from-concentrate brand, which comes in a range of flavours, following what they said were disappointing sales.
This year, Germany's Emsa had one of the more stunning displays, flanking its booth with a 40-foot grid of more than 400 gleaming chrome thermal carafes.
org); for more lead-reducing water filters, including Brita carafes, see thegreenguide.
Creamers, thermal carafes, cups and saucers, utensils, French press, frothing pitchers, cream whippers.