Stanley Classic Stay Hot French Press - 48oz

Stanley Classic Stay Hot French Press - 48oz
Stanley Classic Stay Hot French Press - 48oz
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Classic Stay Hot French Press - 48oz by Stanley
Listen up coffee lovers: you can now enjoy a steaming hot cup of liquid goodness four hours after you made it with the Classic Stay Hot French Press from Stanley. With double-wall vacuum insulation to maintain cold or hot temperatures throughout the day, you can pour an equally hot beverage 10 minutes or three hours after brewing. Interested in cold brew' Let the coffee linger longer and add ice--doing so will increase the time cold to 24 hours. What's even better is that the integrated french press means you can brew and pour the coffee from one vessel for fewer dishes to clean at the camp kitchen.

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SKU: STA0048
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