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Put the Kettle On – The Art of Tea Making

Put the Kettle On – The Art of Tea Making

Enjoying a freshly brewed cup of tea is one of life’s pleasures. The articles for making the beverage are an integral part of a kitchen’s equipment. Here at Dotmaison there is a whole range of designer items perfect for making the perfect mug of tea. Every stage of the process is taken care of, with top flight designs paving the way towards a stylish tea break.

Here are some beautiful items for the preparation and serving of the popular hot drink.

Kettles

Boiling the water is the first step of any cup of tea. Being able to trust in a hardy kettle that’s both reliable and smart looking is a great way to have a fully prepared kitchen for tea making.

    

The above EM77 Electric Kettle by Stelton is a cool and sophisticated model of kettle, with tones of black, white and grey available. The advanced kettle features a hard working limescale filter to keep detritus clear, while the safety switch ensures that the kettle doesn’t turn on if accidentally switched when dry. There is also a base keeping the power cable lead that fits neatly under the kettle.

    

The Pour Over Kettle by Kinto is another smart essential item for the kitchen. Created in stainless steel, the kettle brings together a perfectly controlled spout for pouring the water, a hinged lid, and a comfortable handle. Just the thing to get your tea making off to the most elegant of starts.

There is sure to be some debate about this one, but to many people’s minds, tea is more satisfying when breed in a teapot. Settle the question once and for all by trying one of these classic looking tea pots.

The Plum Meadow Teapot by Repeat Repeat offers a lovely way to brew the tea in style. Capable of making up to 3 or 4 mugs or 6 cups, the lovely bone china production features a raised imprint of a floral design. Looks beautiful when not in use too, bringing a calming sense of homeliness about it.

    

Anyone looking for a lovely cup of tea from a striking looking teapot of real class and verve will be sure to be overjoyed at discovering the Hammershøi Teapot by Kähler.

The white ceramic teapot has a creative design with a striking ribbed exterior. There is a high spout which make the pot ideal for filling without any spillages. There is also a built in strainer ideal if you happen to be using tea leaves for your tea, rather than tea bags. Brilliant for all kinds of tea lovers, Kähler’s teapot is a brilliant method of making the perfect cup of tea.

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