Fino Pour Over Coffee and Tea Kettle, 4 1/4-Cup
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- Narrow spout and gooseneck curved coffee and tea kettle; allows precise control during pouring; 4 1/4-cup/1-liter capacity
- Slow and precise water flow extracts the most flavor when brewing coffee or tea with the pour over method
- Angled handle keeps hands away from the heated pot
- Achieve a better brew without expensive, bulky machines; save precious counter space and money
- Made in Japan of 18/8 stainless steel; safe for use on gas, electric and induction stovetops; dishwasher safe
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|Color||Silver||N/A||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel Matte Finishing||Palm|
|Item Dimensions||5.75 x 11.25 x 6.5 in||18 x 21 x 13 in||6.25 x 10.15 x 5.4 in||5.62 x 10.37 x 6.87 in||5.65 x 11.8 x 6.35 in||9 x 10.5 x 6 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Glass||Stainless steel||18/10 Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel|
Fino's Pour Over Coffee Kettle allows precise control when pouring. It's elegant design is a blend of fashion meets function with a 41/4-cup (1-liter) capacity. More than a stainless steel tea kettle, the Fino's narrow spout and gooseneck curve naturally produce the slow and precise water flow critical to extracting the most flavor with the pour over coffee and tea brewing technique. Achieve a more flavorful brew without expensive and bulky machines hogging precious counter space. For a perfectly brewed 8-ounce cup, place filter cone (if using one) onto a carafe or cup. Insert a filter. Measure 8 ounces of water into the Fino Kettle and bring to a boil. Turn off the flame and let kettle stand for 12 to 15 seconds, allowing water to cool to the perfect temperature. Measure 2 scoops of ground coffee into the filter, or grind whole beans to a medium grind with your coffee grinder, and place into the filter. Slowly pour half of the boiled water evenly over the grounds. Wait 30 seconds and allow the coffee to 'bloom' - the grounds mix with the water and puff slightly, opening them up to release more flavor. Slowly pour the remaining water over the grounds, in a circular motion, from the center outward. Gently stir the grinds with a spoon to make sure they all are wet. Allow the coffee to finish dripping. Discard the filter and wet grounds, pour cup, and drink immediately. A perfect gift for tea lovers, at-home baristas and coffee and tea enthusiasts. Fino's Narrow Neck Tea Kettle is made in Japan from 18/8 stainless steel with a high-temperature, thermoplastic handle. It's safe for use on gas, electric and induction stovetops and goes in the dishwasher for easy cleaning.
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This kettle has replaced my half-gallon, copper-bottomed, whistling Revere. Making a pour-over cup was often messy and imprecise, as the water would just dump out all over the place or drip down the sides of the kettle or cone, or both, or worse! Now, I have full control, from a slight drip to a full steady stream. Thus far I have made about a dozen aeropress and pour-over coffees with this kettle and have been pleased every time.
I can only use this Fino on the small electric burners, which is fine because it is proportional to the water capacity and boils just as efficiently (~5.5 minutes on full blast). The polish of the steel is nice, not too shiny, not too matte, so let's split the difference and call it Satin.
It does not whistle. And while I could potentially file that as a 'negative' and knock it down a star, I won't, because I'm not an unreasonable brat. Yes, I like for hot things to tell me when they're getting too hot...but is it that thing's responsibility to make me mindful? Or am I old enough and sober enough to know how to not burn down my house? But seriously, if anyone comes up with a way to attach a whistle to the three little vent-holes, I'd be incredibly grateful and probably spend waaaaay too much for it. I tried making one, but I'm not a steampunk, so...
The negatives: It only holds ~1Liter. And that's okay, it's just less than my giant 'Murican Revere kettle, and cannot accommodate a houseful of ravenous boiled-water drinkers. Since it's just the two of us, there's no problem. It can serve me a cup of coffee and her a cup of tea in the same session.
Another negative is that this purchase almost cost me my relationship. She was really opposed to it for some reason ("It's soo UGLY!"), but when I brought it inside, out from the cold and fed it some water, my wife came around and now thinks that it's kind of cute. It's smaller than the previous kettle, and as far as I can tell, girls like small, cute things.
Other thoughts: People have been complaining about the instructions and the box being entirely in Japanese...seriously, it's a %$*#ing kettle--it boils water! There are not a whole lot of mysteries behind this process, but since some of you are worried about not being able to read the instructions, let me translate them:
Step 1 - remove the cap and fill it with water, but do not put more water in it than it can hold, because that would violate some law of the universe, I think.
Step 2 - put the lid back on and set the kettle (with ~1 liter of water inside, and with the cap) on the stove-top burner--which could be electric coil, natural gas, induction, and so on.
Step 3 - turn on the appropriate burner that corresponds to where the kettle is sitting on the range. (If you don't know how to do this, stop immediately what you are doing, and seek an adult!)
Step 4 - wait approximately 5-7 minutes for the water to reach a boiling temperature. Turn off the burner.
Step 5 - Now you have hot water that is inside this kettle, and you can use this water to pour over things, like coffee or tea. Use a thermometer if you're concerned about it being too hot or cold.
tl;dr - The bottom line is that this is a good, solid kettle, and compared to the hario or bonavita, I would say that I'm more pleased with the fino. Fin!
08/03/14: Just measured the amount of water the kettle I received from this product description which lists capacity at 6 cups. When measuring about 1 1/2 inches down from the brim (filling fuller may cause water to spurt out possibly when heating it would seem), I measured 20 oz -- so about two 10 oz cups. Keep this in mind if you are needing a kettle to serve more than 2 people at a time, unless you use very small cups. For one or two people, it should be fine. Heats quickly. I use it on medium high heat on a gas stove. Quite happy with it!
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