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Russian style (самовар, IPA: [S? M?? var]; about this sound list; literally "brewed beer")) is a kind of heated metal container, which is traditionally used for heating and boiling water. In addition, Chachui is well known outside Russia and spread to Eastern Europe, Southeast Europe, Iran, Afghanistan, Kashmir, India, the Middle East and Vietnam through Russian culture. It is also famous in some parts of central Europe. Since hot water is usually used to cook tea, many cookers have a ring-shaped attachment (Russian: конфорка, konforka) around the chimney to hold and heat the teapot containing the tea concentrate. Although traditionally heated with coal or charcoal, many newer tea cooks use electricity to heat water in a way similar to an electric water heater. Ancient tea cookers are often praised for their exquisite workmanship.

Samoans are usually made of ordinary iron, copper, polished brass, bronze, silver, gold, tin or nickel. Typical cooks include the main body, base and chimney, cover and steam vent, handle, faucet and key, crown and ring, chimney extension and cover, drip bowl and teapot. The body shape can be an, cowhide, barrel, cylinder or sphere. Sizes and designs vary from large "40 barrels" with a capacity of 4 liters (1.1 US gallons) to medium-sized 1 liter (0.26 gallons) containers.

The traditional teapot consists of a large metal container with a tap near the bottom and a metal tube running vertically through the middle. The pipe is filled with solid fuel, which is ignited to heat the water in the surrounding container. Place a small (6 to 8 inch) stack on top to ensure ventilation. After the water is boiled and put out of the fire, the chimney can be removed and a teapot can be placed above it to heat it with the rising hot air. The teapot is used to brew thick tea, which is called the "zavarka". Tea is drunk by diluting the concentrate with кипток (kipyatok) (boiling water) from the main container. Although the taste of water is different, the ratio of water to tea is usually 10:1.

The invention and cultural development of Russian tea cooking may be influenced by Byzantine and Asian culture. On the contrary, Russian culture also influenced Asian, Western European and Byzantine culture. It is culturally related to the similar ancient Greek water heater, autepsa, a vase with a central coal tube. The first recorded tea makers in history are the Russian licin brothers, Ivan Fyodorovich and Nazar Fyodorovich. They have been working in the brass factory of their father, Fyodor Ivanovich lisitsyn, since childhood. In 1778, they made a teapot, and Nazar lisitsyn registered his first factory in Russia that year. They may not be the inventors of the makers of tea cooks, but they are the earliest recorded manufacturers of tea cooks. Their various exquisite designs of tea cooks are very influential in the later history of tea cooks. These and other early producers lived in the city of Tula, known for its metalworkers and weapons manufacturers. Since the 18th century, Tula has been the main center of Russian tea and cooking production, and tursky tea and cooking is a trademark of the city. The Russian equivalent of "transporting coal to Newcastle" is "taking your own tea and cooking to Tula". Although central Russia and Ural region are the first producers of tea and cooking, with the passage of time, there are many producers of tea and cooking in Russia, which makes Russian cooking utensils have different local characteristics. By the 19th century, tea cooking had become a common feature of Russian tea culture. They are produced in large quantities and exported to Central Asia and other regions. Russian style tea cooking is an important attribute for Russian families and taverns to drink tea. It has been used by all classes, from the poorest peasants to the most suitable. In Russian, "sitting next to a teapot" means chatting while drinking tea. Tea and cooking used to be a permanent source of hot water for the economy. Various slow burning items can be used as fuel, such as charcoal or dried pinecones. When not in use, the fire in the teapot tube will be blurred. It can be re ignited quickly with the help of bellows as needed. Although Russian boots сапог (sapog) can be used for this purpose, bellows are specially made for use in tea and cooking. Nowadays, Russian style tea and cooking is a popular souvenir among Russian tourists.