Enamel Pour Over Gooseneck Kettle
Duck, duck, gooseneck.
If you’re serious about coffee, you know how handy a gooseneck spout is: It gives you a lot more control over the direction and flow rate for your pour over coffees. But honestly, can we all just admit that it’s also really cute? And on this darling enamel kettle, which looks like it came straight from a Danish farmhouse, it’s even cuter. The white exterior enamel contrasts with the dark blue speckled enamel inside, and both the handle and lid knob are made of teak. It’s stove safe (open flame and induction!) but keep in mind that it doesn’t whistle like a tea kettle.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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