Japanese Coffee Kettle
A brew to buzz about.
This is a little coffee kettle short and stout, here is its beechwood handle, here is its spout. We don’t often find coffee pots this centerpiece-worthy but this Japanese minimalist design is begging for title role. Made from extra-sturdy chrome stainless steel, it can be used confidently on gas, electric, or induction ranges (note: it doesn’t shout when steamed up but does make 4 piping hot cups of coffee).
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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