More than almost any other device, the samovar is associated with classical and traditional tea preparation.Originally of Russian origin, today this device has become enormously common in the Near and Middle East.Whether loose tea or tea bags – both are possible, and both produce tasty and beneficial results.
The samovar, whose housing is made of high-quality stainless steel, can hold 6 litres of water. The water can be electronically controlled to reach a temperature between 80° and 98° C. When the set temperature is reached, the heating switches off automatically and switches on again when it cools down, so that an almost constant water temperature is maintained.
In the pot you prepare a tea concentrate from loose tea or tea bags. To do this, pour hot water over the tea and place the jug on the samovar’s lid to keep it warm. The cover plate covers the samovar’s water container and can be locked. To prepare the tea drink, a desired amount of the concentrate is then poured into a cup and covered with hot water.
The water is drawn off via an outlet tap. The device has a memory function. This means that the previously set temperature is always called up when the unit is switched on.