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Tea kettles are now available in various types of materials. You have the stainless steal kettles and the copper kettles. You also have electric kettles with a fiber glass or plastic exterior with an induction plate at its core. In any case the times have definitely changed for the better, in reference to tea kettles! The reason kettles are preferred in metals such as stainless steel or copper in comparison to bone chine or any other is because tea has the tendency to stain the surface after constant use. However the metals repel any sort of natural staining and can come out of a simple wash spotless clean!
Believe it or not, you can actually find replacement whistles for tea kettles! And, you can also purchase a tea kettle whistle that you merely place onto the spout of a tea kettle that started out with no whistle at all. The most popular type of tea kettle whistle is made in the shape of a bird in flight, and is bright red in color. The notes of this whistle are clear and bright, quite a lot like a bird song.
Stove-top kettles come in a wide variety of materials ranging from aluminum and stainless steel to glass and the now-popular copper. While aluminum kettles are sturdy when it comes to stains and scratches, they can be expensive while also posing some concerns about the metal content seeping through tea. A good value-for-money alternative is the stainless steel kettle which is low on maintenance and inexpensive too. However, it is slow to heat and that perhaps is its only drawback.
If ever the cast iron tea kettle already has some rust, a simple damp cotton cloth with salt and olive oil will do. Rub the cloth in the rusted area and the unwanted elements of corrosion will be removed from the kettle. Tea is one of the oldest beverages in the world. Being discovered and cultivated in mainland China, the spread of this well adored drink around the world started in 1800s and the rest is history. Due to its popularity, the humble vessel that holds the tea itself also engaged in the whirlwind of evolution and is now known as the "teapot."