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How To Find The Best Thermos: Wilbur Curtis® ThermoPro™ 2.2 Liter Airpot

Updated on April 11, 2013
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My name is Louis Pearl G.G. I live in the mountains of Northern California with my wife Shavati and my youngest son Cheyenne. My other three children are grown and gone from the nest. Last weekend my wife and I threw an outside brunch party for about 20 people. It was a beautiful spring day with the sun shining and a gentle breeze. It was still a little chilly outside, so we knew we would need plenty of tea and coffee to go with my wife’s famous homemade English scones and homemade clotted cream.

I only had a couple of small thermoses and knew they would not hold enough coffee to take care of my guests. I ran down to a coffee bar near my house called “Joes”. Joe is a small business directly across the street from Starbucks. Truth is, I went to Starbucks first only to be told they had a busted water main and they were closed. Anyway, Joe is actually the owner and turns out he makes a great cup of coffee. I told Joe I needed enough coffee to take care of my friends and he brought out a Wilbur Curtis® ThermoPro™ 2.2 Liter Airpot. I had never seen one before and was happily surprised when he said he would let me use the container without any extra charge.

The Curtis ThermoPro™ Airpot keeps coffee very hot for hours. It has a 2.2 liter capacity, and features a sleek stainless steel exterior, with a stainless liner inside. It is simple to use, and even easier to clean. This baby kept the coffee piping hot all through the afternoon. Thanks to the Curtis, my friends were happy, my wife was happy and I got to sit back and enjoy the sweet smell and taste of hot scones and clotted cream. Oh, the model number is Model #: TLXA2201S000 and sells for about $42 bucks.

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