We are serious about great tasting coffee. It is possible to make a delicious cup of coffee with a standard hot water kettle. But it can certainly up your game using a gooseneck to have complete control over your coffee and tea. The slim and long spout is designed to pour steady and accurate water flow, so it is perfect for a cup of fine coffee or tea at home.
Excellent kettle for morning pour-over and tea. The slim spout lets you create a gorgeous pour with a rather slow stream. It controls where your hot water falls on your ground coffee, allowing you to more easily achieve a balanced saturation. Just master manual pour-over coffee like a barista at home.
The gooseneck spout is designed to prevent drip-back. It allows more control of where subsequent pours of water will hit. Water flows easily and predictably out the gooseneck spout, making small adjustments a breeze.
The simple black and white design kettle is great eye candy on the kitchen counter. It’s an elegant addition to the busy kitchen for quickly making hot beverages, cereals, instant soup, blanching vegetables and so much more.
The handle gives you a comfortable hold on the appliance while you're pouring or removing the lid. It has a place for your thumb to help balance the kettle while you pour. That control is crucial when pouring water over your coffee grinds for pour-overs.
360°Cordless kettle lifts from the corded base for easy filling, pouring and service. The cordless swivel design is also ideal for right-handed or left-handed use.
Together with 3-Year Technical Support, it will be a great gift option for anyone who likes to drink tea or coffee. It will be a wonderful gift idea to your friend who likes to make a pour-over coffee.
Any tea kettle that has seen good use is bound to develop some mineral buildup, especially in the hard water area.
how does the water heat up? please explain the mechanism
Hello from HadinEEon Support,
Thank you for your qustion.
Here is the answer: When you plug the kettle into an electrical outlet, a large electric current flows into the heating element.
The element's resistance (the tendency any material has to stop electricity flowing through it) turns the electrical energy into heat.
In other words, the element gets hot. Since it's in direct contact with cold water, the heat passes to the water by conduction and rapidly warms it up too.
Hope it helps.