Halo Kettle from Le Creuset

I like drinking tea and many people like that, too. We drink green or black tea and even tea made of aromatic herbs or from medicinal plants. All you have to do is heat some water and then pour it on some herbs or tea and then enjoy the flavour of the hot drink. Any way, the best way to do that is by using a kettle. Some may think it is useless, but I like using kettles instead of any pot. This Halo Kettle from Le Creuset is extremely colourful and shiny and this is because it is enameled.

The enamel layer is sprayed on steel kettles, making them pretty and shiny. This red one looks like a ripe apple, ready to be picked and eaten. The item is made in Thailand and they used high quality materials for manufacturing it. First of all the steel is high quality and then the enamel is carefully sprayed on. Then the sturdy handle is black and heat resistant, so as not to melt while being placed on the stove. It is a bit unusual in shape, hanging over the kettle, but is looks interesting.

You are announced when the water inside the kettle starts boiling with a single tone whistle from the cap covering its spout. The base of the kettle is larger so that to have a wider surface in contact with the heat and this way make the water boil faster. You can flip the whistle after you remove the kettle from the stove and this allows you to pour the liquid inside. You can use it on any heat source  (gas, electric, induction, ceramic). It is ready to be purchased for $55.



Published by in Kitchen, on March 27th, 2012

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