Yama Glass Chinese Water Kettle (40 oz)
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- • Beautiful designed and made from Hand-Blown, Lead Free Borosilicate Glass
- Completely plastic free
- Can be used on both electric or gas stove
- Made in Taiwan in environmentally friendly certified factory
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This beautiful hand-blown glass kettle comes with a with a bamboo handle that swivels for ease of use. Designed to be a beautiful addition to any home or cafe, the kettle is perfect when brewing tea for 1 or 2 people. The teapot can be used on both gas (low flame preferred) and electric stoves (wire included for use with surface elements) and is heat resistant up to 150 degrees Celsius. Please take care to not boil the kettle when empty, place a hot kettle on a cool surface, and avoid hitting the glass against a hard surface, especially when the kettle is still hot. The kettle does not whistle, so please take care to not over-boil the water.
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Brewing the perfect cup of tea can only be accomplished with the perfect teapot. Glass teapots are superior to other teapots as glass and, unlike other materials used to make tea pots, is odorless and imparts no material flavor to the tea. Add to that the beauty of a clear glass teapot and you have found the perfect teapot for brewing tea. Yama Glass specializes in quality, tempered, heat resistant glass teapots and tea cups.
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Highly recommend it.
One caution - the nose spouts hot water, so be careful when handling it and also make sure, that the handle stay put on top, otherwise it will get burned by the stove.
Also use that metal thing/wire that comes with the kettle, it helps the distribute the heat evenly.
Another thing - you will learn how much water to put it - just enough, so that it reaches only to the middle of the nose, otherwise it will be too much water and it will spill all over the stove (just as in the picture - that is the maximum you can put in)...
With time you will learn to hear by the sound of it, when it is starting to boil and when it is boiling as well as you can see the bubbles forming through the glass (which was fascinating for me at the first.. :)
And of course the biggest plus is that it is made out of glass - so very clean and no extra chemicals when you use those conventional kettles.
1. Be careful when pouring: you need to be sure the lid is secure, but you can get steam burns while pouring if you hold the lid with bare hands, especially pouring too quickly. 2. Kettle comes with a copper filament thingie for use on electric coil stove tops. Instructions don't say whether the copper thing goes inside or outside the kettle. Luckily, I have a covered electric stovetop, so it's not my concern.