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Destanee Fournier Tea Kettle May 08th, 2017 - 06:41:54
Due to the recent importance of the cast iron tea kettles, every tea lover must know how to clean and preserve his or her own kettles. Of course, no one wants to have a dirty and stained kettle in his or her house. Aside from it, to ensure the highest and optimum quality of the tea, nothing should ever alter the subtle yet promising flavor of the tea. Thus, a clean and pure tea kettle is needed. For this, here are some of the techniques for caring and cleaning the beloved cast iron tea kettles.
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.
Tea kettles were used in the Victorian days for the purpose of making tea. The kettles were made mostly of wrought iron in those days. They were made for that purpose alone and did not cater to any other whims or fancies. The kettles were tough and sturdy and extremely durable without any aesthetic value. However those days are gone.
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."