Flasks

  1. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    Think this section suits . So I love a cuppa and I currently have a thermos that’s ok but doesn’t keep the water hot overly long .
    Has anyone got one that keeps the water properly hot for a long time eg 8-12 hours
     
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  2. Rannsachair

    Rannsachair Forum Supporter

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    My brother uses a Stanley Classic he says it's great.
     
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  4. eLuSiVeMiTe

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  5. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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  6. Stingray Member

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    Silly question but do you put boiling water, tea, soup, etc. directly into cold flask or do you preheat flask with boiling water before you put final boiling water, tea, soup, etc. in?
    Also if you take milk in tea, coffee, etc. take a small container and add later but you probably do this anyway!
     
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  7. cianh91

    cianh91 Member

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    Gets filled twice fill it the night before to heat then refill in the morning for the day . Milk and that is kept separate as I drink tea or coffee depending on what I feel like at the time
     
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  8. Kayos

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    Stanley flask, pre heat it

    I've just got one of the soup ones as well. Its spot on
     
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