Water Kettle, Temp Select by Breville
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Different teas taste better at different temperatures. This water kettle has 5 programmed settings for green, white, oolong, and black teas and a separate setting for non-tea infusions. No more bitter or flavorless tea in your cup!
Includes samples of our incredibly delicious Kukicha green tea and Almond Amen black tea.
- Product Details
- Fun Facts
- Sample Ingredients
- 57 oz / 1.7 liter / 7 cups
- 1,500 W rapid boild
- Variable Temperature Settings:
- 175 F/ 80 C - Green Tea
- 185 F/85 C - White Tea
- 195 F/90 C - Oolong Tea
- 200 F/93 C - French Press Coffee
- 212 F / 100 C - Boil and Black Tea
- Keep Warm Button: Button keeps the heated water at the selected temperature for 20 minutes and can be activated before, during or on completion of the water heating cycle.
- Other Features:
- Soft opening lid slowly release steam & prevents splashing
- Dual water windows for left or right-handed viewing
- Cordless jug
- 360 multi-directional base with cord storage wrap
- Removable scale filter
- Safety Auto Shut-off and Boil Dry Protection
- Breville Assist Plug
- BPA free materials
- Brushed Stainless Steel
- Warranty: Brushed Stainless Steel
- Height: 10" x Width: 8" x Deep: 8"
- Height: 26 cm x Width: 20 cm x 20 cm
- 3.4 lbs / 1.5 kg
- Today the modern electric kettle is found in more homes than any other appliance
- Early non-electric water kettles were made from iron and put over a fire or stove to heat the water
- By the 1800’s, kettle makers switched from iron to copper because it conducted heat more efficiently
- The whistling kettle, invented in the early 1900's, was a major step in the evolution of the water kettle. It conveniently notified those within earshot
- The first electric kettle was invented in 1891 by the Carpenter Electric Company, but it took 12 minutes for the water to boil!
- The first automatic shut-off electric kettle was invented by the Russell Hobbs Company in 1956
- During crises in Britain, there are frequent electricity brownouts brought on by the Brits simultaneously using their electric water kettles to prepare tea, which boosts their spirits
- Almond Amen: China black tea, apple pieces, planed and crushed almonds, cinnamon pieces, beetroot pieces, flavoring
- Kukicha: Japanese green tea leaves & tea stems