While coffee is the most popular source of caffeine, a cup of tea can provide just as much energy boost while providing other health benefits that rival coffee benefits. So if you love making tea, then you have come to the right place. With fall setting upon us in the next few weeks, it is time to up your tea game.
And what better way to do so than by investing in a new tea kettle. This will make it possible to heat water for a steaming hot cup of coffee in no time. And since you be maxing out your energy bill quota on heating, you can save energy by using your gas stove to heat water. Here are the best tea kettles for a gas stove.
Top 5 Tea Kettles for a Gas Stove
Pykal Whistling Tea Kettle
This whistling tea kettle features thermal protection technology, enabling the handle to cool down in a few seconds once the stovetop is off. It has a 5-ply encapsulated base composed of an iron layer between 2 aluminum layers wrapped two sheets of surgical stainless steel. This enables it to heat up quickly and to be compatible with a wide range of cooktops.
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The kettle has a satin finish that makes it a stylish addition to your kitchen. Its large capacity makes enough tea for an entire family. It also has a loud whistle that can be heard from a different room.
- 3-liter capacity
- Extra thick surgical grade stainless steel construction
- Two premium-grade infusers
- Thermal protection technology
- 5-layer encapsulated base
- Enhanced heating performance
- 1-year warranty
- Icool-handle technology
- The spout push button is not durable.
Cafe Brew Collection Borosilicate Glass Stove Top Whistling Tea Kettle
The Café Brew glass tea kettle has a 12 cup capacity and can be used on electric, glass cooktop, and gas ranges. It is made from high-quality borosilicate glass that is BPA free. The kettle is a dishwasher top rack safe.
- Serving: 12 Cups
- Compatible with electric, glass cooktop, and gas ranges
- BPA Free
- 48 oz capacity
- Dishwasher Top Rack Safe
- Comes with free trivet
- The plastic handle is not heat resistant
Top Tier Cast Iron Tea Kettle
This heavy-duty cast iron kettle heats water evenly, which helps to infuse flavor from the tea leaves into the water. It also adds iron into the water, which is beneficial to your body. The cast iron teapot also has long heat preservation.
It can serve 3-4 people when the kettle is filled to maximum capacity. It comes with a stainless steel infuser that helps separate the tea leaves from the water.
- Volume options: Small: 22 oz, Medium: 30 oz, Large: 40 oz.
- Natural wave pattern
- Material: cast iron
- Retains heat
- Easy to use
- The coating is not durable
Demmex 2017 Hammered Copper Tea
The Demmex copper kettle is 100% handmade, and hand engraved. It is touted as being the thickest copper teapot in the market. The copper thickness is 1mm, and the kettle volume is 1.6 quarts. It is lined with lead-free tin for safety and easy cleaning, as well as corrosion resistance.
The kettle is compatible with electric and stovetops only.
- 100% handmade
- Capacity: 1.6 quarts
- Copper thickness: **1mm**
- Hand engraved
- Easy to clean
- Suitable for gas and electric stoves
- If you fill it to the brim, the spout spews water when it boils.
Chef’s Secret 2.75-Quart T-304 Stainless-Steel Tea Kettle
Chef’s secret stovetop kettle uses a Copper Center Capsule Bottom to brew your favorite tea flavor rapidly. It has an extreme thermal conductivity that allows boiled, hot, and warmed liquid to hold temperature longer than in a ceramic or glass teapots. It also features an elegant mirror finish that makes it a great addition to any kitchen.
The kettle features a 4-layered T-304 stainless-steel cauldron construction technique that makes it a heavy-duty steaming vessel that heats up quickly and boils water rapidly. It also features a riveted handle, heat-resistant handgrip, a heat-resistant knob-handle, and a strategically-placed opening lever.
- 4-layered t-304 stainless-steel cauldron construction
- Riveted handle
- Heat-resistant hand grip
- Opening lever
- Volume: 2.6-liter
- Copper center capsule bottom
- Robust thermal conductivity
- Elegant mirror finish
- Heat-resistant knob handle
- Lifetime limited warranty
- The handle is too hot to handle once the water boils
What is the best material for a tea kettle?
Stainless steel is the most preferred material for a tea kettle. This is because is it is rust-proof, and it does not dent easily compared to other metals. Copper is a close second since it is a good heat conductor that warms up the water evenly.
Can you use a glass tea kettle on a gas stove?
Yes. Borosilicate has a higher heat resistance and can be safely used on a gas stovetop. Ensure you have a little water in the kettle before you turn on your stove to prevent cracking due to contraction and expansion.
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Are stove kettles better than electric?
This comes down to personal preference. On the one hand, a stovetop kettle is energy efficient and lets you know when the water is ready by whistling. On the other hand, an electric kettle heats water faster and is less noisy than a whistling kettle. Additionally, advanced electric kettles allow you to regulate the water temperature.
The best tea kettle for a gas stove should be rust-proof, easy to lift once the water boils, and be able t keep the water warm for a prolonged period. Its handle should also be cool to the touch, and it should not spew water when it starts boiling.