"CopperGarden®" Copper Kettle 3 Liters | Tin-lined

Typical witch's cauldron in a handy 3-liter size for brewing, simmering, and proper cooking on gas, fire, and electric stoves. You will love this cauldron; it is the smallest of our copper kettles suitable for proper cooking.

Item number: U-3050
Product weight: 1200 g
Shipping Weight: 2000 g


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"CopperGarden®" 3 Liter Witch's Cauldron, tin-plated and food-safe

This wonderfully versatile copper kettle has been handcrafted with love and expertise, and is internally coated with 100% pure tin to provide a non-stick surface. This kettle is even approved for cooking in gastronomy and can be used for preparing all kinds of dishes on almost all cooking surfaces (except induction). Thanks to the food-safe coating made of pure tin, the kettle is also perfect for preparing acidic foods and beverages, as well as for mulled wine and feuerzangenbowle. You will love it.

Thanks to its compact dimensions, the copper kettle in this 3-liter size is perfect for storage and camping kitchens, for taking with you in a camper van, while hiking, and for use at home on the grill and outdoor kitchen, while still guaranteeing the fun of cooking and serving in a modern kitchen. The three-liter size is ideal for serving two to five people, depending on what you want to prepare.

The kettle can be easily held, transported, and securely hung over a fire or in a fireplace thanks to the neatly incorporated forged iron reinforcement and sturdy handle.

Surprise your guests and cook stylishly in genuine copper. Prepare delicious dishes in a traditional copper kettle. It's a great addition to your grilling experience. You can place the kettle directly in the embers and fry, cook, brew, or boil. The kettle will serve you well and bring joy to cooking for generations.

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  • CopperGarden® 3 Liter Witch's Cauldron with forged iron suspension in robust tin-plated design.
  • Indestructible quality: Handcrafted with love and expertise, and tin-plated for a non-stick surface.
  • Perfect for cooking on the grill, gas flame, open fire, and in the home kitchen with electric stoves.
  • Highly sustainable kettle for camping, outdoor, and storage kitchens - you will love it.
  • Carefully tin-plated with 100% pure tin to make it food-safe and suitable for all dishes.
  • Best EU brand quality: Forged in a family-owned workshop according to the high quality criteria of CopperGarden.

<p>Regardless of the legal warranty, Destillatio offers you a two-year full dealer's guarantee on this item. Click <strong><a href="https://www.destillatio.eu/content/destillatio-garantie/" target="_blank">here</a></strong> to view the <strong>Destillatio Guarantee Declaration</strong>.</p>

<h2>"CopperGardenu00ae" Copper Kettle 3 Liters, tin-plated by hand</h2> <p><b>Beautiful sturdy kettle made of tin-plated copper with forged iron suspension and handle</b></p> <ul> <li>Height without loops: approximately 15.2 cm</li> <li>Height with loops: 18.2 cm</li> <li>Height with handle: 26 cm</li> <li>Diameter of kettle belly: 18.5 cm</li> <li>Diameter of base: 15.6 cm</li> <li>Diameter of kettle opening inside: 15.5 cm</li> <li>Volume: 3 liters</li> <li>Weight: 1.2 kg</li> <li>Reinforced forged iron suspension for secure cooking</li> <li>Handle, suspension, and loops made of black-painted forged iron</li> <li>Suitable for safe cooking over an open fire or gas stove</li> <li>Ideal for camping, storage, and outdoor kitchens</li> <li>Hand-forged with love in a small European manufactory</li> <li>Tin-plated 100% lead-free with meticulous craftsmanship</li> <li>Food-safe and acid-resistant</li> <li>The kettle should always be filled before heating to avoid overheating</li> <li>Made and controlled according to CopperGardenu00ae quality requirements</li> </ul>

<h1>Healthy Cooking in a Copper Pot</h1> <p>Our tip for a healthy life, durable copper pots, and fun in the kitchen: use only good oils and add a little to your pan right from the start. A copper pot should not be heated empty.</p> <p><strong>Important to know:</strong> At 232 degrees Celsius, the tin coating could melt. At 250 degrees Celsius, the copper can warp.</p> <p>A normal stovetop can reach 400u00b0C, a ceramic glass cooktop can reach 600u00b0C, and a gas flame or fire can reach over 1,000u00b0C!</p> <p><strong>No need to worry!</strong> During normal cooking, frying, and baking, you will never reach these temperatures.</p> <p><strong>Pay attention to the smoke point.</strong> It's simple: if the oil starts to smoke, it's too hot! You are damaging your health long before the copper pot suffers.</p> <p>At 175u00b0C, frying and deep frying become unhealthy! Acrylamide forms. Even high-heat oils burn by 200u00b0C at the latest. There is only one exception: artificially highly refined sunflower oils can withstand extreme temperatures above 230u00b0C.</p> <p><strong>Add your food to the pot before the oil burns!</strong> Your health will thank you, and so will your pan!</p> <p><strong>Another tip:</strong> You don't need a thermometer to fry. Use a wooden spoon and place the end in the hot oil. If fine air bubbles come out of the spoon handle, the oil is hot enough for frying. If it starts to smoke, it's much too hot.</p> <p><strong>What if it does happen!</strong> If you accidentally heat your copper pot above 232u00b0C, the tin could melt. It is 100% safe for your health, even if it ends up in the food. Your body will simply eliminate it. If necessary, the pot can be re-tinned.</p> <p>If you expose your copper pot to temperatures above 250u00b0C, it may warp. Actually, not a problem, but when cooking on an electric stovetop, there may be heat transfer loss due to the warped base.</p> <p><strong>One more important thing:</strong> Copper transmits temperatures very quickly, including to the handle! Please use a potholder or cloth when touching the pot.</p> <p>This copper pot is a very high-quality cooking device. With a little love, this wonderful copper kettle will quickly bring you joy and accompany you for a lifetime.</p> <p>Copper is a living metal and will change color with use. You can polish away these traces of life, but we recommend leaving them as they are and letting the pot mature with dignity.</p> <p>Tin can dull through use. The original silver shine changes to a matte gray. You can retin it at any time if you wish. This will cost around 30 euros for a pot of this size but is not necessary as long as the coating is not heavily worn and scratched.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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