Cork Thermal Carafe
       
     
    The shape of the vessel is inspired by ancient Rome amphora, which is often associated with celebration and enjoyments.    
       
     
    The design is inspired by taro, traditional cork container with lid, Portuguese shepherd used to  carry and preserve food.  The idea is to use cork’s sustainable, renewable and thermally quality to create a low tech, durable beverage server, which will use a lot less energy and low carbon to produce than conventional thermal flasks. It has vacuum flask’s performance with a more pleasing appearance and greater life spans than common double walled glass flasks.
       
     
     
       
     
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 'Hay talent award' finalist
       
     
Cork Thermal Carafe
       
     
Cork Thermal Carafe

1 litre fluid capacity

Double Insulated with concealed air space and cork

Drink-filling temperature ±90ºc, keep liquid at drinking temperature at  ±60ºc up to 6 hours.

The cork thermal carafe is a double walled liquid container. It is insulated with concealed air space and cork with a subsequently lighter weight. It can keep hot or cold drinks at a consistent temperature for hours, which can be used for all types of beverages as well as for decanting and serving wine.

 

Photo and Film credit:  www.ianbartlett.com

 

    The shape of the vessel is inspired by ancient Rome amphora, which is often associated with celebration and enjoyments.    
       
     

 

The shape of the vessel is inspired by ancient Rome amphora, which is often associated with celebration and enjoyments. 

 

    The design is inspired by taro, traditional cork container with lid, Portuguese shepherd used to  carry and preserve food.  The idea is to use cork’s sustainable, renewable and thermally quality to create a low tech, durable beverage server, which will use a lot less energy and low carbon to produce than conventional thermal flasks. It has vacuum flask’s performance with a more pleasing appearance and greater life spans than common double walled glass flasks.
       
     

 

The design is inspired by taro, traditional cork container with lid, Portuguese shepherd used to  carry and preserve food.  The idea is to use cork’s sustainable, renewable and thermally quality to create a low tech, durable beverage server, which will use a lot less energy and low carbon to produce than conventional thermal flasks. It has vacuum flask’s performance with a more pleasing appearance and greater life spans than common double walled glass flasks.

     
       
     

 

 

open case 2.jpg
       
     
open case.jpg
       
     
 'Hay talent award' finalist
       
     

'Hay talent award' finalist