Imperial Russian Samovar (3L)

Imperial Russian Samovar (3L)

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TWG
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Rs. 458,640
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Rs. 458,640
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The samovar, Russian name for "self-brewer", originated in Russia and the Middle-East in the 18th century. The large metal recipient that heats the water and maintains the tea's temperature formerly worked with a charcoal heater. Traditionally, the small teapot set atop was used to keep a tea concentrate, mixed with hot water from the base of the samovar in the teacup to obtain a lighter infusion. TWG Tea samovars, inspired by original antique designs, boast porcelain handles and a fine mirror polish and are made of high-grade 18/10 stainless steel to assure the quality of the tea infusion at any moment of the day.

 

How to take care of samovars?

TWG Tea samovars, inspired by original antique designs, boast porcelain handles and a fine mirror polish and are made of high-grade 18/10 stainless steel to assure the quality of your tea infusion at any time of the day. Always ensure that the samovar is unplugged before cleaning. The inner layer of the vessel may be washed with warm water only as would only be used to contain water. The small teapot set atop can be rinsed with warm water with diluted white vinegar to remove any stains on the inside. Polish the outside of the samovar with an impregnated polishing cloth to retain its natural glossy finish.