Where in the World (259)
For the 260th edition of “Where in the World…” Kahvi have provided a prize of a cafetière that is also a travel mug.
With the Kahvi cafetière you can make fresh ground coffee and drink it from the same receptacle. It’s a great piece of kit that is designed in Finland where they know a thing or two about keeping things warm in a cool way.
Using your cafetière-to-go couldn’t be simpler. Just add your favourite coffee grounds (or tea), boiling water (milk and sugar), screw on the top and press the in-built plunger. Pop open the drinking spout and drink your fresh coffee or tea on-the-go.
I have used the Kahvi cafetière over the last few weeks and have reviewed it in a recent post. You can read it here.
Last week’s city
Last week’s distorted photograph was of a skyline more often seen from Red Square. It is dominated by the Kremlin. The city is, therefore, Moscow.
Congratulations this week go to Anita (@Ani_Rav), Jackie (@JackieJourneys), Tim (@timofnewbury), Beverley (@BevSackville) and Drew (@DrewBrew83) who all recognised the Kremlin and identified the city as Moscow.
This week the distorted photograph shows a skyline but some elements of it are not necessarily permanent. This could be confusing but there are enough permanent reference buildings to help identify the city with a high degree of accuracy. Good luck.
You can leave your answers in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW259. If you are on Twitter then you can Direct Message me with the answer which will be hidden from the Twittersphere. Alternatively, email me with the answer using the contact page – see tab on the menu bar above.