Back at the cabin we sit together on a log near the porch and drink bourbon and ice water out of the thermos cap.
She does not drink water, only red wine from Domaine Tempier, Champagne, and a thermos of tisane before bed.
Even the humble espresso machine got bad press, despite being the size of a thermos cup and brought as a joke.
She once hit him over the head with a thermos in the back of a car because he was acting up so badly on a road trip.
I think she takes a thermos bottle, too, and an aluminum cooking set, Brent said.
In their places, suddenly, there were the thermos and the binoculars.
We had found that a glass of very hot water relieved it, and we kept always a thermos bottle or two filled and ready.
The day of that blessed comfort of the trail, the thermos flask, was not yet.
She set herself up on the bleachers, and Fiona found her with a thermos of coffee and a flask of whisky.
So she gets out the sandwiches and the thermos bottle and we take it that way.
trademark registered in Britain 1907, invented by Sir James Dewar (patented 1904 but not named then), from Greek thermos "hot" (see thermal). Dewar built the first one in 1892, but it was first manufactured commercially in Germany in 1904, when two glass blowers formed Thermos GmbH. Supposedly the company sponsored a contest to name the thing, and a Munich resident won with a submission of Thermos.