< p> The malandrino Bummulo, very original and typically Sicilian, is a reinterpretation of the ancient jar to mix wine and water.
It is a curious and fun object at the table, it puts span> party among the diners for the astonishment effect at each use.
Liquids are poured from the hole below, turning it upside down, but when it returns to its position liquids do not come out even though there is no cap, thanks to an internal system of communicating vessels.
The bummulo is also able to maintain the temperature of the liquids it contains unchanged, thanks breathable terracotta.
They are entirely handmade with non-toxic materials and colors.
The bummulo is an object that arouses my memories of bambi na: in the kitchen of my paternal grandparents there was a terracotta one to freshen the water and a larger ceramic one to store the wine.
In the summer it was wonderful to mix that water after the long runs of hide and seek games: we found it fresh and delicious, even though it wasn't kept in the refrigerator.