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When the leaves start to fall and the air turns crisp and cool, the first thing we want to do is curl up with a cup of tea. If you'd like to turbo-charge your tea break, it's high time you turn to an electric kettle. When it comes to saving time and sipping in style, a quality electric kettle will be your go-to kitchen appliance for years to come. Amazon's #1 bestseller in the realm of electric kettles is the Mueller Premium 1500W Electric Kettle, and it is a super speedy shortcut to brewing the perfect cup.

Mueller Kettle
Credit: Amazon

The Mueller model is like the premium sportscar of electric kettles. It's a cordless, 1.8-liter version made my Mueller Austria, and it's packed with practical features. According to Mueller, this kettle is "made with the finest quality borosilicate glass, which lasts a lifetime, 304 stainless steel, and heat resistant copolyester for the safest, freshest water." The kettle also has a thermostat controller and an auto shut-off feature that will turn the kettle off once the water has boiled. Mueller touts the kettle's "boil-dry safety feature where it turns off if it detects there is no water inside," as well as the anti-slip grip handle for safe pouring.

The flashiest feature on the kettle has to be the bright LED lights that show you when the kettle is heating up. Once it's finished with its superfast boil and taken off the base, the kettle is cordless. According to Mueller, "The controller with Mueller SpeedBoil circuitry will boil the water lightning fast and be ready to use for tea, oatmeal, coffee, pasta and much more."

Need hot water fast? Turn off the oven and put away the microwave—this kettle will be your kitchen companion every day, from morning to night. (BUY IT: $25.97, amazon.com)

Once you've secured your kettle, try a delicious new tea, then bake up a batch of cookies to go with it.

What's your go-to kitchen appliance? Do you use an electric kettle to make your favorite fall teas?