I had the pleasure of reviewing and testing the Caso Stainless Steel Water Kettle today. We drink iced tea all year around in my house. Boiling water in a pot for a pitcher of iced tea is a pain, so when the folks at Caso offered me this wonderful product to test and review, I jumped at the chance.
I received the Model CK-300 to review. This model holds a little over seven (7) cups of water for use. It has a built in Brita water filter to give you the best-tasting and cleanest water possible for brewing tea or other beverages. It has a digital LED temperature display for easy reading. Recommendations for water temperatures for different beverages are suggested in the owner’s manual and should really be adhered to for best results. The kettle has an auto-shut off feature (which I really liked), not only for safety purposes, but you’ll never burn out the heating element as a result of there being no water in the kettle. It also has a 30-minute keep warm option built in as well as a color changing indicator that alerts you to the precise water temperature based on the five (5) pre-settings.
As you can see by the little video I have prepared for you, this kettle makes it convenient and much faster than boiling water on the stove. I will really enjoy having the Caso Stainless Steel Water Kettle in my kitchen and I bet you would, too!
To purchase a Caso Stainless Steel Water Kettle (there are several models to choose from) check out the selection at http://direct.frieling.com.
Update: the Stainless Steel kettles are no longer available from Frieling, but there is a similar GLASS kettle with many of the same features as the one I reviewed. I did also find the Stainless Steel kettle available on Amazon.Disclosure: I received a sample or samples (as described above) to conduct my review for this blog post. All opinions expressed in this post are truthful and mine alone. Receiving a sample or samples of this product in no way influenced my opinion.