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todasCOOL - water "naturally cooled" is EPAL’s clay bottle, 100% Portuguese manufacture and design, which comes in four exclusive versions, in black clay and in red clay. Totally hand-made, on a potter’s wheel, this bottle has the unique quality of being able to cool your tap water ecologically, naturally and with zero energy consumption.  

These bottles combine a contemporary design with traditional materials and production techniques, providing an ecological solution with millennia of tradition that allows water to always be kept cool.


The COOL lid is manufactured in cork, giving it even greater personality and honouring Portuguese tradition and cork, promoting the use of local renewable resources.


The black clay bottle goes through a clay manufacturing process recognised by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage, with the only energy used being that from the hands of its creator.


There are three red clay versions. The first two versions are based on a serigraphy image of the Águas Livres Aqueduct (in black and blue), the largest icon in Portuguese water supply history, and the 2020 special edition, based on a serigraphy image depicting Lisbon –  European Green Capital, where colours of nature and water vibrate, with images of emblematic locations such as the Aqueduct of Águas Livres, and also gardens and sources of renewable energy.


Produced in Portugal by Barro & Design, the COOL bottle weighs around 900 g, is 29 cm in height and has a diameter of 8.5 cm. It has a capacity of 0.95 litres.


Clay has an ancient mission, now renewed, to cool your tap water in an ecological way and with zero energy consumption while EPAL has the mission of continuing to bring you the best water.



Price | 50 euros

Where to buy

Mãe d'Água das Amoreiras Reservoir | Praça das Amoreiras, 10
EPAL Water Museum | Rua do Alviela, 12
Águas Livres Aqueduct | Calçada da Quintinha, 6, Lisboa
EPALShops | Head Office Building and Loja do Cidadão (Citizens’ Shop) (Laranjeiras)

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