Variable Temp Pour-Over Kettle, Blk. Matte with Walnut or Stainless
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This sleek and full-featured water kettle makes tea and coffee preparation easy! With a temperature range between 135 - 212º F, this kettle can heat water properly for any type of tea. After heating the water, use the built-in stopwatch to time your brew. The water kettle, perfected!
Choose between two models: Matte Black with Walnut Accents or Stainless Steel. Comes with samples of: Japanese Kukicha green tea, Amber Goddess Oolong, and Dallas Bold coffee.
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- Precision pour spout and counterbalanced-handle.
- 30.5 oz / 0.9 liter
LCD Screen – See the temp. A discreet, black LCD screen indicates the desired “Set Temperature” and the “Real Time Temperature” with an illuminating element to show the heating progress.Hold Option – When the toggle on the back is switched to HOLD mode, the kettle will maintain your desired temperature in either Fahrenheit or Celsius for 60 minutes. When the toggle is not in HOLD mode, the kettle will go to sleep after reaching the set temperature.Brew Stopwatch – After your water has heated, use the built in Brew Stopwatch to time your extraction.Product Dimensions:
- Length: 11.81" Width: 7.28" Height: 9.25"
- 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
- Amber Goddess: China Oolong tea
- Kukicha: Japanese green tea leaves & tea stems
- Dallas Bold: A Viennese roasted Costa Rican Arabica coffee