194 Degrees F?

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194 Degrees F?

by ljfnord » Jan 17th 19 3:21 pm

I received a new electric kettle that has come in very handy, with one exception: it doesn't have a setting for 194 degrees F, which some of my black jasmine teas require. It skips from 190 degrees straight to 200 degrees.

Without getting a thermometer involved, what is the quickest and easiest way to deal with this?

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Re: 194 Degrees F?

by TuoChaTea » Jan 17th 19 7:02 pm

ljfnord wrote: I received a new electric kettle that has come in very handy, with one exception: it doesn't have a setting for 194 degrees F, which some of my black jasmine teas require. It skips from 190 degrees straight to 200 degrees.

Without getting a thermometer involved, what is the quickest and easiest way to deal with this?
Use 190 F