Finally, a real boiling water faucet: 100° C/212° F!
Recently a friend “boiled” water for my tea in the microwave. It never reached a rolling boil – bleeccch. At my house, the trusty Braun water kettle is my favorite go-to appliance for morning coffee and my green-tea nightcap. So I was instantly drawn to the Quooker boiling water tap the moment I stumbled across this “quooky” video promo. I found less steamy additional videos on using the faucet even more fascinating. The difference between the Quooker and other instant-hot-water faucets is the boil. Water is heated to 100 degrees C or 212 degrees F. It’s an expensive addition to the kitchen, of course. And oh, to be in England where it might be possible to give the latest object of my kitchen obsession a test pour.
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Great, great idea… but sort of dangerous in the house? Certainly with children around. But is it really the same as actually boiling water in a pot??? have you seen it in action? Well, the video makes it look perfect!
Jane F @ Atticmag says
Haven’t seen it in action IRL, only on the video. Not yet available in the US. England and Europe have it.