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Destanee Fournier Tea Kettle May 08th, 2017 - 06:47:38
People have been drinking tea for more than 5000 years, and they show no sign of stopping anytime soon. In fact, it seems as if all varieties of tea get a host of new fans with each new generation of young people who come of age. It`s fun to watch a new tea drinker. They are so sincere! Eager to learn everything they can about teas and the best way to prepare them, they read and study, then come home with an armload of supplies and different kinds of tea. Sometimes, they purchase not only a tea kettle meant to be used on the stove top, but an electric teapot as well so that they can be sure of a way to brew tea where ever there happens to be an electrical outlet.
Electric tea kettles are especially great because they boil water in about half the time of the stove top varieties and they are just as portable. Electric tea kettles can either sit on your counter, or if you have limited space, they can be stored inside a cabinet or deep drawer. Another benefit to the electric tea kettle is the fact that you can take it to work. If you want to enjoy a hot cup of tea at any time during the day, you can boil water in your electric tea pot and have a cup of tea right at your desk. Some varieties of electric tea pot are small enough to use comfortably in a cubicle.
If you don`t have one already, consider buying a tea kettle. The next time you want to enjoy a nice cup of tea or instant coffee or have a bowl of instant hot cereal, your tea kettle will come in handy. You will be able to pour your water quickly and cleanly. If you work in an office and crave the convenience of being able to drink a cup of tea or instant coffee at your desk, then an electric tea kettle could become your new favorite piece of office equipment.
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.