carafe carafe  /kə ˈræf/


  • (n) a bottle with a stopper; for serving wine or water


  1. The new Eva Solo drink carafe, $80, zips up in neoprene so beverages stay cool longer evasolo.
  2. You put freshly ground coffee in the large funnel on top, insert the funnel's rubber gasket tightly into the water-filled carafe below, push ON and stand back.
  3. A woman fills a carafe with water.


  • Wine-gadget pick: Savino wine carafe

    The glass carafe features a floating rubber-and-plastic internal layer that creates an airtight seal by bobbing on the surface of the wine. That makes it perfect for wine fans who only drink one glass a night.
    on July 9, 2013     Source: The Oregonian

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