5 Types of Tea That You Can Prepare with Crompton’s Deluxe Kettle
What’s the first thing you crave when you wake up in the morning?
I think most of us agree that we need a hot beverage to revitalize our minds and bodies. We may be able to skip breakfast in the morning, but skipping that cup of garam chai seems impossible. It gives us an energy boost for the day and helps us stay focused at work. The same drink can relax and calm our minds after a tiring day. We can’t do without it.
However, how many times have you spilled the tea water on the gas stove, or forgotten about it and let the tea evaporate? It happens to the best of us. Making tea over the gas stove is a longer process, and if you’re not careful, the hot water splashes could also burn you. Using an electric tea kettle is a more convenient and safer option than a gas stove.
Why Use Crompton’s Deluxe Electric Kettle?
Crompton’s Deluxe Hot Electric Kettle has gone one step further than regular kettles. Our Deluxe Tea Kettle comes with a removable infuser to make your life easier. This means that you won’t need tea bags while making tea, as you can just drop a small amount of tea into the infuser and let it infuse with the hot water inside the electric kettle itself. No need to worry about the fibres of the tea bags, mingling with your tea anymore.
Crompton’s best electric kettle also comes with a mesh near the spout of the kettle to ensure no tea leaves get mixed in the tea itself. In addition, our kettle is made of borosilicate glass to withstand high temperatures and ensure durability while brewing tea leaves. Managing a kettle over a fixed stand becomes difficult, so we have enabled a 360-degree swivel on the base of the stand for ease of use. For a premium brewing experience, we have also equipped the hot water kettle with blue illumination to enhance the aesthetics while you prepare your beverage. It also has an auto-switch-off safety feature to make sure your tea doesn’t spill.
Here are a few types of tea you can prepare easily with Crompton’s Deluxe Kettle:
Types of Tea You can Prepare
Often known as the perfect morning beverage, green tea is extremely beneficial for our body and brain function. Green tea is famous for increasing the metabolism in our bodies, which helps us to burn fat faster. So if you are trying to burn a few calories, a cup of green tea in the morning is the way to go. It also contains caffeine and catechins which helps in improving our brain function and protecting our neurons.
This type of tea is slightly uncommon, but it has numerous benefits that could help us in our everyday lives. White tea is rich in antioxidants, which are proven to improve cardiovascular health, lower cholesterol levels and improve weight loss. It also contains fluoride which improves teeth and gum health and kills the bacteria causing, plaque and tooth decay.
Oolong tea is a traditional Chinese tea that is quite rare. The leaves are the same as black and green tea, however, it’s processed through the method of oxidization. This method increases the level of antioxidants in the tea which makes it healthier.
Herbal teas contain a blend of herbs, spices and fruits in addition to the tea leaves. This tea is particularly famous for detoxification. It helps in cleaning out your stomach and improving digestion. It is also known for boosting your body’s immune system.
The most famous of all teas for the traditional Indian, black tea is close to our hearts. Like most teas, black tea is rich in antioxidants. While it provides comfort to our soul with its taste, it also helps in improving our heart health and reducing blood pressure. Black tea has made its home in each Indian family.
How to Make Tea with our Deluxe kettle
Black tea is the only tea which can effectively be infused at boiling temperatures. While making black tea, ensure that you add the required amount of tea leaves into the infuser, and put it in the hot water kettle while the water starts boiling. This will ensure that the flavour of the tea is strong. It is recommended that you do not add milk to the kettle. Pour the infused tea into the cups and then add the milk to the cup.
With green, white, oolong and herbal tea, the flavours are more subtle. Add the infuser containing the tea leaves along with the water. Once the water reaches a boil, the tea will be infused with the water. There you have it, a hot cup of tea ready within minutes. Pour the tea into the tea cups, and enjoy.