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Stylish Design-The elegantly curved handle complements the compact kettle shape for a fun look in the kitchen. Colorful Porcelain Exterior - Beautiful, rich porcelain exterior color looks great and is easy to clean. Whistling Teakettle - Whistle feature signals when water is at a boil. A convenient spout lever is at your fingertips for easy operation. 1-1/2 Quart Capacity - The perfect size. The removable lid makes this kettle easy to fill.
Get the perfect brew with Osaka.
Brewing coffee is an art form, and it can be pretty challenging. We at Osaka would like to help you up your coffee game. If you follow our instructions and tips, and with some practice, you should be brewing the perfect cup of coffee in no time. Impress yourself and your guests with an awesome tasting coffee every time.
Kobe Port Tower is our Enamel Coated Whistling Kettle
Made from top-quality Bakelite, the handle is designed for ultimate control while pouring. The one-touch lever easily pushes the spout open, which stays open until you close it.
Made from high-grade steel and coated inside and outside with an enamel coating. The colors will stay vibrant and shine even after years of use.
3 Quart capacity will fill enough for the entire family in one brew. Specially designed shape with wide bottom, results in a quicker boil.
Decalcify the kettle periodically for fresher tasting brews. Just pour in a mixture of equal parts water and vinegar into the kettle and boil it up. Afterwards dispose of the mixture and boil up plain water twice.
"Osaka"what does it mean?
Osaka, is a large city on the Japanese island of Honshu, and is known for its modern architecture, boisterous nightlife and delicious coffee shops. We were inspired by their coffee brewing techniques, and from that "Osaka Coffee" was born. Every one of our products will look good enough to display, and will perform better than anything else. If you are not yet in love with the process of coffee-making, be prepared to be infatuated.
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Step outside on the next clear evening as twilight fades, look southwest, and there, not too high, the planet Saturn will greet you from 980 million miles away. If Saturn doesn’t seem like it has much to say, remember, the greeting is what you make of it. To Saturn’s left, by a little more than a fist at arm’s length and a bit lower, you’ll find the orange-red supergiant star Antares. It’s more than 3 million times farther away. Between Antares and Saturn glimmer some fainter stars of Scorpius. Three of them form a nearly vertical line. But let’s look farther left. Due south at nightfall, about three fists left of Antares, glimmers the Teapot star pattern of Sagittarius. It’s about fist-size. It’s not too bright, but you can probably make it out if your sky isn’t too light-polluted or hazy. And above the Teapot hangs an object that’s more than 1,000 times too faint to see with your eyes, but that has a line of sight directly back to you. It’s Pluto. Pluto is (so far) the biggest of the many left-behind worlds discovered out beyond Neptune. It was just a pinprick on a photographic plate, then a smudge just a few pixels wide, from its discovery in 1930 until this summer. Then on July 15, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft, launched in 2006, raced past Pluto and its five moons. Suddenly, the tiny dot became an enormous orange-tan globe of ice mountains, surprisingly young plains of frozen nitrogen, carbon monoxide, and methane, and ancient cratered lands stained with tarry hydrocarbon gunk. Its thin atmosphere would pass for a hard vacuum on Earth, but there’s enough of it to support a thin haze in Pluto’s sky and, apparently, to leave windblown dust trails on the ground. Ninety-five percent of the pictures and data that New Horizons grabbed during the flyby are still on the spacecraft, trickling back from 3 billion miles away at less than the speed of an old dial-up modem. The full download will take until fall 2016, but another batch of pictures is coming back right now and should be released soon. The biggest surprise so far has been the Texas-size plain of those frozen gases. Pluto averages minus 380 degrees F, so weird ices were expected. The plain is completely craterless. The lack of impact marks, in contrast to the ancient cratered terrain elsewhere, implies an age of less than 100 million years, possibly much less. Geologically speaking, that’s recent — less than 2 percent as old as Pluto itself. (The whole solar system formed 4. 6 billion years ago. So Pluto is still geologically active. Pluto is small, less than a fifth the diameter of Earth and smaller than our own dead moon. Yet the weird ices seem to have welled up from Pluto’s interior and spread out, flowing like glaciers to overwhelm valleys and craters and curving in streams around mountains. Such eruptive activity implies that Pluto still has warm insides. The “bedrock” forming Pluto’s crust is water ice, which at the surface temperature is as hard as granite. Ice forms the ragged mountains and brown-stained landscapes. Pluto’s low average density (revealed by its gravity) implies that much of its entire bulk is water ice, which is as abundant in the outer solar system as rock is in Earth’s region closer to the sun. But internal heat implies that below the ice crust, Pluto should have a layer of liquid water – a permanently capped global ocean, perhaps 100 miles from the floating crust down to the sea floor – overlying a rocky core. And somehow, materials more volatile than water make their way up through the crust to the surface. In Texas-size quantities. And about those five moons. Four are small and irregular, but Charon is a sphere half as big as Pluto itself. That makes the Pluto system a double dwarf planet. New Horizons found Charon also to be unexpectedly craterless in places and riven with clefts and canyons. A dark spot 220 miles wide covers its north polar region. the New Horizons team calls the spot Mordor. As for seeing Pluto yourself from your yard, up there over the Sagittarius Teapot. I’ve detected it several times as the tiniest glimmer in my 12. 5-inch telescope in Boston’s outer suburbs. Year by year, Pluto is moving farther from the Earth and sun in its elliptical, 248-year orbit. com complimentary digital access has been provided to you, without a subscription, for free starting today and ending in 14 days. After the free trial period, your free BostonGlobe. com digital access will stop immediately unless you sign up. Source: www.bostonglobe.com
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Savour the life of a beloved tea room from the delectable favourite recipes to the sweet memories that made this small town tea room a favourite meeting place. Tempest in a Teapot, Recipes and Reminisces offers easy to follow recipes of their most requested classics like Curried Tuna Sandwiches, Sticky Date Pudding and Sweet scones. These and all the recipes in this book can be easily reproduced and enjoyed at home to plan your own tea party, or other memorable celebration. In addition, learn valuable information about tea from the way it is produced to the various types of tea available. You will get step-by-step instructions on how to brew a proper cup of tea. You'll also learn about that revered British tradition, Afternoon Tea. Find out how it came into being and how to recreate...
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