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The design of this espresso pot was repeatedly improved over the years to make it a more ergonomic and elegant device.
Simultaneously the functional features that contribute to the espresso pot’s simplicity were kept: the collecting chamber, aluminium boiler and the unique, easy-to-control and easy-to-clean valve.
Suitable for all gas, electric plates and ceramic plates.
Fill the pot up to the safety valve; in order to avoid your coffee getting too watery, don’t exceed the maximum filling level. Choose your desired coffee blend; it has to be ground especially for moka machines and must not be too fine. Fill the funnel generously with coffee without pressing it down. For even better coffee heat it up at low heat – it’s worth waiting a few minutes more. When the espresso has risen to the collection chamber turn off the heat. Now you can enjoy fresh and aromatic espresso.
- Pot material: aluminium
- Handle material: plastic
- Knob material: plastic
- With easy-to-clean safety valve
- Not suitable for induction
- Not dishwasher-safe
- Boiler diameter: 68 mm
How to make a perfect italian coffee
Select a quality blend, suitable for the production of coffee for the Moka.
Fill the boiler up to the lower level of the safety valve, without exceeding it and using fresh water, possibly low in limestone.
Fill the filter generously, without pressing the coffee powder, forming a small gutter and avoiding dust escaping on the edges of the boiler. Close the coffee pot, screwing the collector firmly onto the boiler and place it on the stove.
The flame must never envelop the coffee maker, but remain inside the bottom of the same, in order to allow extraction in adequate times and not too quickly. As soon as you start to hear the typical Moka gurgle, the coffee is ready and you will need to turn off the fire immediately.
Never let excess coffee boil: this would burn it, compromising its success and making it too bitter.
Enjoy hot coffee, as soon as it is ready, remembering to mix the contents of the collector: the coffee extracted at the end, in fact, is less full-bodied than that leaked at the beginning of boiling.