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Thermos Work Series Flask, Hammertone Blue, 1.2 L
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- Thermos vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention; keeps hot for 24 hours and cold for 24 hours
- Durable stainless steel interior and exterior with stainless steel cup
- Cool to the touch with hot liquids, sweat-proof with cold
- Twist and pour stopper allows you to pour without removing the stopper
- 5 year guarantee
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Hot or cold, Thermos brand has it covered with their line of vacuumware flasks. Constructed with double wall stainless steel, these products are designed to meet the demands of everyday use. Loaded with features and benefits, these flasks will keep your drinks at the ideal temperature to ensure a more enjoyable drinking experience.
With Thermax vacuum insulation, the Work Series stainless steel flask fits virtually any requirement and are built to last.See all Product description
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As the descriptions says, it has a blue-grey enamelled/hammertone finish, and a polished stainless steel end/cup. Even after 7 years, apart from a few dents in the cup, the flask performs faultlessly. It is genuinely very tough indeed.
It will keep tea very hot for at least 12 hours. The no-spill spout system is also very useful.
A tip: since metal flasks tend to perform slightly worse than glass ones when it comes to keeping things hot, I make my tea by infusing the leaves separately - as you would making tea normally. Then, I rinse out the flask with boiling water to heat it up, bring some milk to just below the simmer point in a small pan and pour it into the flask, then top up with the infused tea. This makes sure the liquid inside is at its hottest when I seal it, rather than cooled by the addition of cold milk and a cold flask.
Another tip: to avoid "Rancid Flask Syndrome" - where the flask starts to smell bad - make sure you clean it and rinse it out when you've finished with, then leave it upside down until it is dry. Never store it or seal it while it has moisture inside - it will go rancid if you do. It's a good idea to rinse it out with boiling water before use if it has been stored for a while in between.
If I was going to nitpick, I'd prefer the cup to be a press-fit, rather than have a screw-thread, as my hot chocolate drinks can gum the thread up a little.
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