carafe


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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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To brew, add water and place the lid on the carafe with the plunger fully pulled up.
BEIRUT: It's a skill the Lebanese practice with nonchalant ease and foreigners struggle to perfect: the art of tilting a carafe at just the right pace and angle to deliver a perfect mouthful of water, easily swallowed, not a drop spilled.
Caribou Coffee and Keurig first entered into a partnership in January 2007 and now the companies have extended and broadened their partnership in the US and Canada to offer Caribou Coffee in carafe formats compatible with Keurig's new Keurig 2.
0 systems offer the ability to brew both a single cup using K-Cup packs and a carafe using the new K-Carafe pack.
In an about-turn, when I ventured to Urban Bistro in Dubai Media City recently, I found to my surprise that it provides customers with unlimited local water in a carafe.
When you took the carafe out, it had the bubble pop wrapping and it looked great.
The Jura brand's Coffee a la Carte Cup-to-Carafe Coffee & Tea Maker weds two popular trends in coffeemakers, single-serve and carafe style, along with enabling the user to brew tea.
The unit includes a 42-ounce glass carafe and a separate tea filter to brew tea.
THE SAMBA QUICK-PRESS CARAFE FROM EMSA BY FRIELING brings the latest fashion colors to consumers' tabletop assortment.
For every carafe purchased, CHF 1 is donated to charitable water projects.
It comes with two travel mugs for preparing both types of coffee on a typical weekday, and a 10-cup thermal carafe which is ideal for making a quantity of coffee over the weekend.