Eva Solo - Nordic Kitchen Thermo Cafetérre 1 L (502754)

Eva Solo - Nordic Kitchen Thermo Cafetérre 1 L (502754)
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Brand: Eva Solo
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The elegant Nordic kitchen cafetière is in an attractive Nordic design to match stylish Scandinavian home interiors. The cafetière has a triple-layer vacuum steel insert which makes it extra unique. In addition to being made of brushed stainless steel with an oak handle, the cafetière is effective at keeping coffee hot for longer, as it also functions as a vacuum jug. The unique oak handle with its rounded edges provides a secure grip when serving, while the stainless steel pouring spout is completely drip-free. How it works: Spoon freshly ground coffee beans into the jug and add boiling water. Stir, and place the plunger in the jug. Allow the coffee to brew for approx. 4 minutes before pressing down the plunger. The coffee is now ready to serve.The plunger is dishwasher-safe, but the jug must be washed by hand because of its oak handle.The Nordic kitchen series offers three jugs in brushed stainless steel – a cafetière, an electric kettle and a vacuum jug, so you can make freshly brewed coffee and serve tea stylishly every time. Inspired by Nordic design traditions, the idiom is minimalist and stylish, and beautifully matches the Nordic kitchen. The jugs have been designed so they can certainly be left out on the kitchen surface and even on the dining table.Useful information about Eva Solo Nordic Kitchen Thermo Cafetérre Material: Stainless steel, OakVolume: 1 LKeeps the coffee hot for a long time100% drip-free servingCapacity 1 litre / 8 cupsThe plunger is dishwasher-safeEva Solo - 100 years of Danish designEva Solo designer Danish home accessories and cookware in a beautiful and exclusive design that combines aesthetics , functionality and high quality . They design tools that is a pleasure to look at, use and own.The history of the company dates as far back as 1913, but the Eva brand had its major breakthrough in 1952 with a bread and meat slicing machine that went on to become a design classic. The first of many. Today, the products are divided into several collections which are marketed worldwide. But the essence is still the same: aesthetics, functionality and quality.