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Destanee Fournier Tea Kettle May 08th, 2017 - 06:46:10
The stove top tea kettles usually take approximately 9 minutes to boil water and when pouring, individuals must be cautious when handling the kettle since the handle may become extremely hot during this time. The efficiency of the electronic kettle usually provides boiling water in about 5 minutes and enables the handles to stay cooler and not present the possibility a burning hand. It is interesting to run a test yourself of the two kinds of tea kettles to see how long it takes to boil the water.
Want to sit back, relax, and enjoy a great cup of tea? What better way to brew your tea than in an electric tea kettle. For the very best tasting tea, this is the best way to go. The tea kettles bring 7 or less cups of water to a boil in less than five minutes. That is just as fast as an old fashioned stove top tea kettle. Just pop in your tea bags or leaves, switch to low heat, and brew the best tasting tea ever. With some kettles you can add your tea bags first; it will come to a boil, and then automatically shut off. There are also cordless electric kettles on the market. They are very popular to use when traveling.
One of the most known ways of cleaning your tea kettle is by using diluted dishwashing soap. By this, you can remove unwanted stains and odors from your kettle. For those hard to reach areas, some owners prefer to use baby bottle cleaning brush, just to prevent scratches. After cleaning, wash it with lukewarm water and store in a dry place. Always keep the storage area clean and dry as moisture from air may expose the cast iron tea kettle in corrosion.
I always remember back when I was a child, hearing the whistling of the stove top tea kettle. It was a pleasant sound and alerted mom when the water boiling. Some of the newer models of electric tea units make a chiming sound when the water is ready. The water tastes fresher when made in a kettle opposed to just heating the water up in the microwave.