Sage by Heston Blumenthal the Tea Maker was £160 now only £99.99 @ Amazon
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Sage by Heston Blumenthal the Tea Maker was £160 now only £99.99 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Nov 2014
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Five pre-set tea settings to get the best from your chosen tea.
Tea basket automatically lowers at the precise temperature and automatically raises after the optimal steeping time.
Custom tea setting, so you can choose the right combination of temperature and steeping time for your favourite tea.
Auto start features can be set so you can wake up to a fresh pot of tea.
Keep warm feature keeps your brew at the right temperature for your second cup.
- Geemac

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I have seen it all now....seriously wtf lol
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 23rd Nov 2014

Looks like an over priced kettle to me!

How can you vote this cold if you don't even know what it is. It's a hot deal! That's a good saving.

Makes specially formulated teas using such exotic ingredients as larks spit and snail vomit. But it's Heston darling so it must be wonderful.

looks like this is on lightning/black friday deals and its still £100 for a kettle!

I have a Breville Puratea which is almost identical to it and got it about 18 months ago for £35 so can't see how the high price can be justified.... Sadly the Puratea's no longer made.

ellbee

I have a Breville Puratea which is almost identical to it and got it … I have a Breville Puratea which is almost identical to it and got it about 18 months ago for £35 so can't see how the high price can be justified.... Sadly the Puratea's no longer made.



sorry i don't agree its a completely different beastie this to me is the modern day teasmade
Edited by: "Reeferman" 23rd Nov 2014

I agree with reeferman. This is not 'just' a kettle.

It's a 2400W premium transparent glass kettle, (german glass),
Variable kettle temperature, keep warm facility ALONG with automatic tea adding and removal!
You're looking at KitchenAid kettles costing £120 yet this has more features and costs less due to the sale!

thanks hot

its expried!!


But does it brew good tea...... or should I say did it as it's back up

Not sure I want my cuppa served in a vat of liquid nitrogen!

Presumably you pour in water, boil, let tea bag brew for 3 seconds and flood with milk, that's the usual Brit way right?

Anyway, good for Joe90, I mean Heston, he must be laughing all the way to the bank.


Edited by: "spannerzone" 23rd Nov 2014

Back up to £169.99 now.

i think i'll let my butler stick to his usual methods of making tea instead of this contraption
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