Electric Kettles

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Baisao
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Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:29 pm

Bok wrote:
Sun Nov 03, 2019 12:31 am
Skill in handling an instrument of choice certainly plays more of a role than the tool itself.
This applies to so many things people get worked up about when making tea.

I use a Japanese clay kettle and it can pour fast or slow as needed. It’s not as precise as a thin gooseneck kettle but it is precise enough. The character of the water from this kettle trumps speed and laser guided precision anyway, so I’d probably adapt and use it even if it poured slowly and not so well.
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