WMF SmarTea Kettle: One Schmancy Tea Pot
December 19th, 2012
How much tea do you drink each day? I drink a few cups, as well as at least a mug of coffee, so this might be a good addition to my modern technology-infused kitchen. This so-called “smartkettle” will update a routine that’s been pretty basic for the last few millennia.
The WMF SmarTea Teapot is quite sleek, and has a 1.5 quart glass teapot. It has a removable, steel infuser that’s good for loose leaf, bagged, or flowering teas. The lid is made from stainless steel and the kettle comes with a matching stainless stand with a tea-light candle holder to keep your tea warm for hours.
This teapot will set you back $135(USD), but that’s not unusual for higher-end tea pots like these. It’s definitely a sleek appliance that will get a lot of use if you drink tea regularly.