When it comes to fantasy country kitchens, no vision would be complete without the addition of a stylish Aga range cooker.
More than just an appliance, this iconic cooker has been the centrepiece of eat-in farmhouse kitchens since the 1920s.
And now the brand has revealed an exciting new launch that is perfect for smaller kitchens - its first ever 90cm cast-iron range cooker in a range of gorgeous shades that will complement any kitchen scheme.
The Aga eR3 90cm range cooker
The new model features two cast-iron ovens and while it doesn't come cheap – prices start from £7,900 – it's an investment piece that will be used for years to come.
The first of the two ovens can be set for either baking or roasting temperatures – perfect for a Sunday roast or whipping up an impromptu Victoria sponge. The second is a simmering oven, ideal for winter stews and more.
The Aga also features a patented hotplate that can be set to either boiling or simmering mode and heats up in just 10 –12 minutes. Next to that this there is a hotplate or two-zone induction hob.
The large cooking zones boast a range of features including a low temperature function – handy for keeping food warm or melting ingredients – and a pause button which allows you to step away for a moment without fear of your carefully prepared meal overcooking.
Also a first on an Aga cast-iron cooker is a tall warm oven – every dinner party host's dream. It includes a large plate rack that can accommodate 12 large dinner plates as well as a shelf to hold roasting tins.
The Aga eR3 90cm range cooker is available in an impressive 16 colours and customers can also utilise the Aga Bespoke colour service - which can match a cooker to virtually any shade.
Would you snap one up?
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