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Rohais Belrose Tea Kettle May 08th, 2017 - 07:43:23
Another popular option is the glass kettle which is both good to look at and inexpensive. However, glass being glass, it is prone to breaking and cannot be exposed to heat directly or for prolonged period of time. Cast iron kettles are relatively heavier, thicker and require more maintenance than the others to ensure their paints from chipping off. They are also prone to rusting and hence special care needs to be taken to keep them as dry as possible at all times.
Tea kettles can broadly be divided into two types: electric and stove-top. An electric kettle is for you if you lead an extremely busy lifestyle and do not mind a machine to brew your tea while you work. While using less energy, an electric kettle is faster than a regular stove-top one and is the ideal choice for students living in dorms or for a living arrangement that doesn`t include a stove.
Kettles have come a long way from the copper or iron kettles that were often used during the 19th century. They had to be handled with care because they were often heated over open flames. Today, kettles are, usually, heated on electric or gas stoves or they can be plugged right into the wall.
You can also find tea pots that can also be used as tea kettles because of the material they are crafted from. There are some lovely ones made from cast iron that will do double duty as a tea kettle. You also might want to consider an electric tea kettle like most British tea lovers use. Normally, these will bring water to a boil in half the time of a regular tea kettle, and the prices for the electric models are quite reasonable.