The finest absinthe carafe available anywhere. Its design allows for fine control of the water flow without spilling ice... Read the whole description
By EdoardoAdded on the : 12/01/2017
Ottima soluzione alternativa all'ingombrante fontana. Una stella in meno per il costo e la non perfetta lavorazione del foro del beccuccio. Ma funziona perfettamente!
By Grotton Is RedAdded on the : 14/12/2016
A beautifully manufactured carafe which is very tactile and fit for purpose.
By wayekAdded on the : 25/07/2015
Hands down the best carafe I've ever used ... you can easily control the stream or drip with the spout
wont need another!
By CarefreeTAdded on the : 09/01/2014
Carafe is beautiful and is perfect to drip or stream; small imperfections around the rim and in the glass show that it really is hand-blown while adding character without detracting from its pretty aesthetic.
By Scott PAdded on the : 09/01/2014
Fantastic carafe that is suitable for everyday use.
By CatAdded on the : 31/07/2013
Much sturdier than I expected. The steady, thin stream is perfect. If you want to put ice cubes in this one, you will need small ice cubes. This is the last carafe I will ever need -- provided I don't break it like I did the last one. In which case, I will just have to fork it out for another one of these! Recommended highly.
By JPBAdded on the : 28/03/2013
Nice, practical and sturdy. The glass has some imperfections that give it a nice feel. Not only for the absinthe, but also as a water jug on the table.
By j from ala USAAdded on the : 14/09/2012
Great to have in your first kit. Still use mine from time to time. Very economical. But looks high class.
By arron.86Added on the : 05/03/2012
A perfect replica of an antique carafe, of great quality and very functional. It lets you louche your absinthe very slowly and at your own pace. The opening is wide enough that you can insert ice-cubes inside.
(p.s. Delivered perfectly, rapidly and well protected.)
By Tatan (Evan Camomile)Added on the : 26/02/2012
Getting the perfect louche from an absinthe is unbelievably easy with this carafe! This is a tool that no absintheur should be without.
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