What temperature is love?
Somewhere between “Warm” and “Soothing”? Or does yours run “Hot” to “Passionate”? How about “Boiling Over with Desire”?
Definitely not “Cold and Icy”.
And yet, love’s holiday — Valentine’s Day — occurs in February, a cold month anywhere in the northern hemisphere.
What else to give to your love, then, this Valentine’s Day, but something to capture the heat and warm things up on a cold winter’s morning?
Sometimes a pure and simple thing like boiling water makes for wonderful Valentine’s gift.
What is so special about this particular kettle?
It makes boiling water faster then any electric or gas range. It is easy to use. Best of all, it’s fun.
Through the glass sides, you get to watch water molecules bombard each other and start to boil. Once the water is hot, so many things to drink: hot toddies, hot chocolate, hot coffee, or fancy teas.
What love potions do we recommend?
Recipe: Ginger Tea with Caviar: Grate some fresh ginger. Boil water in your new kettle. Place ¼ teaspoon of the grated ginger in a teapot with 1 chicken bouillon cube, then pour boiling water over it. Serve ginger tea with small round toasts, topped with sour cream and salmon caviar for a night of passion.
Recipe: Jasmine Tea with Jam: In a teapot for 2, place 2 teaspoons of Jasmine tea. Serve with hot scones topped with whipped cream and raspberry jam, while swearing eternal love to your partner.
You see: hot water can be the perfect vehicle of passion.