I live in London, in a hard water area, and it has been shown that the purity of water affects the quality of your cup of tea. Morphy Richards has launched a brand new set of kettles, which incorporate a Brita filter to ensure that tea has a natural aroma and fuller flavour each time.
I was sent a Morphy Richards Brita Accents Brushed Stainless Steel Filter Kettle (RRP £49.99) to see the difference between hard water and filtered water, and how it affects the taste of tea. It has a 1.5 litre capacity, which makes 6 cups of tea, it has a water level indicator and power on indicator.
Besides, the Morphy Richards Brita kettle has an illuminated water gauge, 360 degree cordless base and a very clever replace cartridge reminder and boil dry protection. Not only the Morphy Richards kettle is stylish and sophisticated in a stainless steel finish, it has also a Brita filter included, so you don’t need to filter the water before making a cup of tea.
I compared a cup of tea from a standard kettle to the Morphy Richards Brita kettle and I can honestly taste the difference. I must admit that I have never thought about filtering the water for my cups of tea before, but I am now convinced that it is the way forward. The taste and flavour results speak for themselves.
Morphy Richards Brita Kettle takes making a cuppa to a whole new level, as it filters the water for you and boils, all in one stunning product, which is an addition to any kitchen.
Overall, I really like my Morphy Richards kettle, it is elegant and makes the best cup of tea! Highly recommended if you enjoy a cuppa after a busy day, and prefers your drink to have a full flavour and aroma. Now I’m off to put my feet up and make myself a cup of tea!
The product was provided free of charge for review purposes. However the opinions expressed in this review are honest and my own.