I don’t really drink a lot of water. On the rare occasion that I do, I get a lot of sideways looks from my friends (yes, I’m feeling OK). But I’m so enamoured with Sebastian Bergne’s Tower set — which includes cups, a filter and a caraffe — that I might have to start drinking that stuff on a regular basis. [MocoLoco]
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