It's not always easy getting what you want when you want it. Especially if it's something where more often than not, good enough will do. Water may boil at 212 degrees Fahrenheit, but that doesn't always mean it's the preferred temperature for making tea. Factors such as tea type, length of time to steep, and how hot you want the tea to be when ready to drink come into play. For precision tea drinkers who know what they want, an alternative to the old-fashioned stovetop kettle is needed.
The Breville Variable-Temperature Electric Kettle gives tea lovers the opportunity to select preferred water temperature according to the tea they are brewing. Choose from six settings: green tea, white tea, oolong tea, French press, black tea, or boil. The electric kettle has a large 60-ounce capacity, and keeps water at the desired temperature for 20 minutes. As a safety feature, an auto shut off is incorporated so the water won't boil dry.
With a sturdy stainless-steel construction, the kettle has a classic feel merged with a modern sensibility. Complete with a removable scale filter and water level indicators on either side, the convenience offered by this kettle is apparent. For the tea lovers that know what they want, the precision offered by this electric kettle brings consistent results to the table every time.