The Golden Rules of Making Tea

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The golden rules for making good tea have not changed much over the centuries – quality tea, clean implements, pure water at the right temperature and the right amount of steeping. But, with the advent of modern kettles, infusers and tea makers, it takes a lot less effort today to enjoy a well-made brew. Sit back for 10 minutes (with your favorite cuppa of course), and enjoy this classic 1941 film, produced by the Empire Tea Bureau. We’re sure it will bring a smile or two to your face…

Film Courtesy of The British Film Institute

And, if you like your tea with a little less effort, then you just might want to check out The Real-Tea Tea Maker, with the ability to brew loose or bagged tea, and variable steeping times that makes tea as easy as 1 – 2 – 3!

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DID YOU KNOW? In the latter part of the 1800s, electric kettles were introduced as an alternative to stove top kettles.

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The NESCO® Roaster first made it's debut in the early 1930's, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, manufactured by the National Enameling and Stamping Company (NESCO®). They were a longtime manufacturer of pots and pans, buckets, and other cooking and farm accessories in the growing agricultural state. It was about that time that a couple of their engineers were experimenting with electricity, as it was now available in Milwaukee. They took some wire, wrapped it around one of their double-boilers, plugged it in, and it got hot. An idea was born.

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