I have posted before about making spirit and fuel cans. This is a relatively easy spirit can to make to fit in a Primus 210 or similar tin. A small tomato puree tin is the starting vessel, as it fits perfectly in the tin. First cut the top off using an old type tin opener so that the rim is left on. Empty and rinse, then burn off all the plastic decals and inside coating. Make a top from steel sheet and drill a 10mm hole. Cut off the threaded area and from a 10mm compression fitting body, and slice the top off the nut. Silbraze the threaded area over the hole in the steel top and then solder the top into the body. Also solder a brass cover on the nut. Fit suitable washer into the brass lid and you should have a leak tight container. It pours well, and looks at home in the Primus 210 tin.