Fill the Samovar with water and turn it on to bring the water to a boil. The samovar will keep the water hot, so you can continue to serve tea over a period of time. This is perfect for social gatherings or a leisurely tea session.

Samovar, derived from the Russian term for 'self-cooker', traditionally combines a kettle with a tap, heated using charcoal, petroleum, or electricity. Originally, atop this, a special jar held a concentrated brew of strong tea. This tea was then mixed to taste with the hot water from the samovar itself.

Dilmah's Opatha model modernises this tradition with its look in stainless steel, electric design and a generous 5L capacity, ensuring your water is always at the perfect temperature to create a delightful cup of tea.