BhamMom Senior Member Joined: 15 Oct 2011 Posts: 1 Location: Bellingham, WA Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sat Oct 15, 2011, 8:00pm Subject: Re: Pour over kettle alternatives
The Tiamo kettles shown on the orphanespresso.com website look very sturdy. Has anyone tried one of these kettles? I'm looking for a long-spout kettle to boil water on my gas range. The models y'all have discussed seem to dissuade the use of gas ranges on the other brands. Thank you.
bramduis Senior Member Joined: 2 Sep 2012 Posts: 2 Location: Netherlands Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Sun Sep 2, 2012, 9:33pm Subject: Re: Pour over kettle alternatives
What is your opinion of the Tiamo kettle line? They even have 2 types with integrated thermometer! This seem to be a nice added value feature. Im new to slow coffee so I dont know if these kettles match up with the Hario types.
Posted Mon Sep 3, 2012, 6:23am Subject: Re: Pour over kettle alternatives
The Tiamo kettles are meant to be knock offs of the Kalita kettles. Their 700ml thin pour spout kettle looks to be identical to the 700ml Tiamo kettle. I don't think you can go wrong there. They look like great kettles.
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