Historically speaking, copper tea kettles have been popular. The great tea house boom of Europe saw the first uses of copper tea kettles for boiling water. This was in preparation for the teas of the day. Intuitively, many copper tea kettles were crafted as homestead knick-knacks, increasing the elegance of home décor.
Today's technology contributes a multi-fold bonus for copper kettle tea kettles. These benefits include stronger, durable, and more decorative enhancements. Browse around most households and you will see copper tea kettles brewing afternoon tea or hear the whistle of a freshly-brewed pleasure.
The natural aroma of fresh brewed tea in the morning or afternoon will do to reinvigorate the numbest of senses. The single-most important aspect of successful tea making may be the tea kettle. A common brewing method might include boiling water in a open pot. A constant flavorful batch of tea is much better produced with a tea kettle.
What better way to start your morning than the sound of a tea kettle's whistle...indicating that all is perfect and ready. Important: When buying a copper tea kettle, do not mistake the thinner copper tea kettles as lower quality tea kettles. A number of these kettles are designed as decorative ornaments and shouldn't be used for steaming teas. You can find numerous copper tea kettles vying for your attention; these are just a few:
• Simplex English Whistling Tea Kettle - Popular for its conventional design and quick steam time. These tin-lined copper English Tea Kettles are good for making tea in a crunch. No regrets with these kettles. They boast a comfortable wooden handle and hold a functional 2 quarts.
• Mauviel Cupretam Pour La Table Tinned Copper Kettle - These copper tea kettles hold a big 4 quarts and host up to 2mm thick tin lining. They boast a bronze or cast-iron handle, a showy polished exterior and are fastened with solid copper rivets.
• Solid Copper Hammered Tea Kettles - The protective coating on these copper tea kettles promote value by allowing the kettle to be used for decoration or be a home accessory when the coating is removed. NOTE: Kettles will tarnish without the additional coating. This can be a 2-quart, solid copper tea kettle, nickel lined with a black Bakelite handle
• Solid Copper Windsor Whistling Tea Kettles - These solid copper tea kettles steal a typical page out of the English whistling tea kettles book; 2-quart, nickel lined, with special outer coating that protects the copper tea kettle from tarnishing. Contributing to the copper tea kettle's elegance is its prominent black handle and brass accent.