Russian tradition Beem samovar

P. Code: 10333

€750.00 / item
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A samovar, literally "self-boiler" in Russian, is a metal container traditionally used to heat and boil water in and around Russia, as well as in others Eastern European countries, and in the Middle-East. Though traditionally heated with coal or charcoal, newer samovars use electricity and heat water in a similar manner as an electric water boiler. A traditional samovar consists of a large metal container with a faucet near the bottom and a metal pipe running vertically through the middle. The pipe is used to heat the water in the surrounding container. The teapot on the top is used to brew the zavarka, a strong concentrate of tea. The tea is served by diluting this concentrate with boiled water from the main container, usually at a ratio of about 10 parts water to one part tea concentrate.

Content: 5 L

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