Like the smell of the soil when it drizzles?

Well then, you will definitely love the experience of drinking water from these bottles..!

About Kandy

The bottle is a completely eco-friendly bottle made of terracotta, jute and cork. The main body of the bottle is made of red clay with a capacity of 1000 ml. We have ensured that the design is a meld of good aesthetics and practicality and have also kept the weight minimal keeping in mind the user’s experience. The bottle is sealed by a t-shaped cap made of Cork. The entire bottle is encased in a jute pouch with extra padding to protect the bottle from damage on impact. There is also a small rope coil at the top of the jute case that makes it easy to carry the bottle (similar to how one carries a lunch-bag).


The water inside the bottle is at a perfect temperature that is neither too hot nor cold and will exude an earthy taste while drinking. We hope that, the whole experience with Kandy bottles will increase the joy of drinking water for the user.

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  • "Great initiative which is completely eco friendly. The way the water cools in these bottles are unique and certainly better than any refrigerator. A new style to suit the urbane suave but still etched in one of man’s earliest invention."

    Abishek Narayan

  • "Loved the bottles! Keeps the water cool and fresh tasting! Every person who has visited my home has wanted them too"

    Maria Vivish

  • "Was really skeptical about this bottle. But took a leap of faith and got 5 , for me and my friends .. and yes we are all Happie to have got this bottle ..summer is scorching and fridge water causes fever and cold. The water from kandy is at just the right temperature. So kudos to you Sandeep. Hoping you would launch the other products soon."

    Janani Janarthan

  • "Awesome bottle. Water is super chilled after 3 or 4 hrs. Only draw back is that, the cork used to close the bottle is a bit loose."

    Chandana Easwaramurthy