Stanley French Press

Aug 23, 2017

Category: Gear

When it comes to thermoses, it is hard to beat Stanley. Not only is their hammertone green mug iconic, but it is genuinely one of the best out there when it comes to retaining heat. So, understandably, we’re pretty excited about this new Stanley French Press.

Like most other vacuum insulated mugs that the brand makes, this french press is made from a BPA free 18/8 kitchen grade steel that is engineered to resist rust and keep your coffee hot. How hot? Starting from when you pour your boiling water onto the coffee grounds, this container can keep it warm for up to 4 hours. Want to do a slow cold-brew instead? The mug can keep your liquids cold for a total of 9 hours and iced for up to 24. Literally topping this thing off is a double-walled steel lid that further helps retain heat. Long story short, we know what we’re taking camping with us this weekend.

Purchase: $55

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