John is a massive fan of tea. With a bit of help from my sister, who is also a great lover of tea, we now have two shelves dedicated to various teas in our kitchen. From regular tea to apple green tea from Fortnum and Mason, we pretty much have a bit of everything! What we haven’t had though until recently is a pretty decent kettle. Ours leaks everywhere when you go to pour the water out and it’s just awful!
Something both John and I have always been intrigued about are the traditional whistling kettles. John has always liked the idea of making a pot of tea on the cooker so when we had the opportunity to review the Vremi whistling tea kettle, I had to say yes!
Something I didn’t know about this particular kind of kettle is that you’re not supposed to use them on the highest heat possible. Had we not actually read the instructions on the box, we would have wrecked it probably on the first use! I was a little worried about getting hands too close to the opening of the kettle while it was still hot, in case we wanted to refill it but this one has a lovely lever on the handle, as you can see in the picture above. The kettle really does whistle too. I wasn’t sure what I was expecting to be completely honest but this one made itself known, loud and clear!
It might be the middle of October and people are going crazy for Pumpkin Spice Lattes. However, not everyone is a fan of hot drinks. I will have the occasional hot chocolate now and again but not a lot more. I probably have about 3 or 4 a year. Nearly as popular as a hot cup of tea are Iced Teas! To go with the whistling kettle we also have Vremi silicone ice cube trays with lids. The great thing about these ice cube trays is that there is no need for twisting and trying to force the cubes out. All you need to do is push from the bottom and out they come. Super easy!
Fancy winning this pair for yourself to make some wonderful Iced Teas? Enter below! The giveaway ends on 13th November at 23:59.
Disclaimer: We were sent these items for the purpose of this post. All opinions are our own.