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These carbon dioxide cartridges do not have a tread but go with common soda siphons. They are filled up with natural carbon dioxide. In general one cartridge lasts for one litre water. They are available in packages with 10 pieces. Please remind that these carbon dioxide cartridges are not refillable. The consumed cartridges
En elegant klassisk karaff ifrån Italienska Luigi Bormioli som rymmer 70cl. Height (cm): 22,3 Width (cm): 15,6x7,0 Inner diameter bottle neck (cm): 2,3 Capacity (ml): 700 Material: glass Colour: transparent Surface: even Producer: Luigi Bormioli
Length (cm): 42 Length of blade (cm): 28 Material: stainless steel Weight (g): 370 Create an unforgettable evening for your guests! With this champagne saber you can, with a little practice, knock off the bottle head and cork from the champagne bottle. Of course this also works with other sparkling wines. The technique is called 'Sabrage' and the
Bowl made in solid brass from Gusums, use as serving bowl or fruit bowl. Length: 30cmHight: 5,5cmDiameter: 14,5cm (bowl)Material: BrassART: 904Gusums Messing represents a history of craftsmanship dating back to 1653 with a genuine tradition of producing objects in solid brass.
Gräddsifon 1 liter RostfriEn större sifon som rymmer 1L, perfekt för att snabbt vispa grädde i eller för att göra olika smaksatta skum till cocktails! Helt i rostfritt stålPackningar i silikonKan maskindiskasMaximal användningstemperatur: 75 grader CAnvänd N2O gas patron till denna sifon. Art nr: 1284
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The Soda Siphon is back in fashion. Not only because of the current retro trend for classic products from the 60s and 70s, but mostly because of the fizzy, refreshing effect of soda water. Soda water is pure water carbonated with CO₂ and thus turned into a unique, natural sparkling drink.This
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Bowl made in solid brass from Gusums, use as serving bowl or fruit bowl. Length: 36cmHight: 8,5cmDiameter: 20,5cm (bowl)Material: BrassART: 903Gusums Messing represents a history of craftsmanship dating back to 1653 with a genuine tradition of producing objects in solid brass.