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Thanks, i watched the video for oxo kettle and it looks like a great candidate. I just wish it came in different colors. 

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@mintedrose  wrote:

Hi all, was wondering if you have any suggestions for a high quality whistling tea kettle. We are big tea drinkers and i would love to invest in something that can look pretty on the stove and can last.

I would love some ideas. Smiley Happy 


 

 

@mintedrose    I have Wolfgang Puck's and it whistles loud and clear, think I paid $25.

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Re: Quality Tea kettle

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I found a Chantal at Homegoods years ago.  It is the best tea kettle I ever had and it is gorgeous.  High quality stainless steel with a beautiful harmonic whistle and it is not too large.  Highly recommend!  

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I have stove top tea kettles, and many electric tea kettles.

 

My vote is for electric which boil fast, shut off by themselves,  have a keep warm option and option buttons to choose what type tea you wil be brewing so the water boils to the correct temperature, and these electric tea kettles get my vote all of the time.