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Best Electric Kettle For Drip Coffee, French Press & Tea


[1] A beauty of an electric kettle graces your counter (photos #1 and #2 © Fellow Products).


[2] The narrow spout enables precision pouring.

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[3] Don’t forget the tea: January is National Tea Month (photo © Par Avion Tea).

 

A great find for fans of drip coffee, pour-over coffee, and tea of all kinds: the new electric water kettle from Lardera Coffee Roasters, a subsidiary of Adagio Teas. It’s efficient, aesthetically lovely, small footprint (the base is 5.75″ x 6.25″), and a treat to use in brewing coffee or tea.

It is the fastest, most accurate electric kettle on the market.

  • Speed: It can boil 30 ounces of water in under 100 seconds.
  • Design: It has an insulated stainless steel body, a no-drip gooseneck spout, an easy-grip handle, and an anti-scalding lid.
  • Touch Controls: Easy, peasy, with your choice of Farenheit or Celsius, from 135°F to 212°F.
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    If you’d like additional cups, the kettle will maintain the water at your desired temperature for 60 minutes.

    The kettle is a beautiful addition to your kitchen counter, too. It’s pretty enough to be a sculpture.
     
     
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    Head to Lardera.com.

    Don’t see it as pricey ($149); think of it as a beautiful enhancement to brewing your morning coffee (or tea).

    While you’re on the website, check out the coffee and other gear.

    January is National Tea Month, and Valentine’s Day is next month—just in case you’d like to give a more lasting gift than chocolate.
     
     
    > THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COFFEE
     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF COFFEE
     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF POUR-OVER/DRIP COFFEE

     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF TEA
     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF TEA BAGS
     
     
    > THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF TEA

     

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