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This stovetop moka express is used for making rich, authentic espresso. Made of aluminum, its distinctive 8-sided shape diffuses heat perfectly, releasing a wonderful aroma.
Bialetti is the world's most recognized coffee company - in fact, 90 percent of families in Italy own a Bialetti product. Its quality and authenticity have expanded from the original Moka Express to dozens of coffee makers used for producing flavorful Italian coffees.
Pour water in the boiler. Insert the funnel-shaped metal filter into the base. Add finely ground coffee to the filter. Screw the upper section tightly on the base. Place the pot on a heat source until the water is brought close to boiling point creating steam in the boiler. A gasket ensures a tightly closed unit and allows for pressure to safely build up in the lower section, where a safety valve provides a necessary release in case this pressure should get too high (with clean filters, that should not happen).
The steam eventually reaches a high enough pressure to gradually force the surrounding boiling water up the funnel through the coffee powder and into the upper chamber where the coffee is collected. When the lower chamber is almost empty, steam bubbles mix with the upstreaming water, producing a characteristic gurgling noise.
As with percolators, the pot should not be left on the stove so long that the coffee boils. Ideally, with a little practice, it should be removed from the heat before it actually starts gurgling--usually, when only about half of the top chamber has been filled.
Excellent espresso maker. It does a better job than my Krups machine that was 5X the cost. It is really simple. My only complaint is that you have to tighten it down so much and it still leaks a little bit. I think a slightly thicker gasket would be great. Be sure to use it correctly. I tried washing with soap, not knowing any better, and it tasted horrible. After several cleanings and seasoning it with grounds, it is much better. The espresso flavor keeps getting better.
My husband has been hooked on the McDonalds mochas and spending alot of money every week in the drive thru window. He no longer has to make that stop because this product makes that coffee drink he loves. Just a few extra steps after the espresso is done and we have duplicated that mocha at home. Easy to care for too. Just wipe clean with plain old water and you're ready to go again.
I had planned on purchasing an espresso stovetop maker since I saw it being used on Everyday Italian. When I found this one I knew this was the pot for me. I have used it non-stop since it arrived! I live in an area where there are no gourmet coffee shops, much less grocery stores that carry arugala. Argh. So this little pot allows me to enjoy my espresso. Thanks cooking.com and keep the great offers coming.
I wasn't sure how this thing was going work, but after reading only great comments, I decided to give it a try. The Moka Express Stovetop Espresso maker is the best. Taking a traditional way of making espressos and making it current. I would seriously recommend this to anyone looking to making espressos at home. Its easy to use, cleanup is a breeze, and it makes great espressos/coffee or cappuccinos. My 6 cup maker is great for me, since I only make em' for two, but they have a 9 cup version if you entertain. 5 stars across the board.
I had found that the five electric espresso machine I had purchased in the past usually funtion for about a year and then need repair or replacement. Here is the ultimate solution. The Bialetti is quick, convenient and makes a concentrated cup of brew perfect for my daily espresso need.The only that I can see would need replacement in the future is the filter seal between the two units. I love it!
I bought this for my husband for Christmas and he LOVES it! I gave him classic Italian roast espresso beans to go with it and we ground them and made fresh espresso on Christmas morning. It's a nifty little gadget and I'm very happy I bought it. I think we'll got lots of use out of this!
Good value and excellent results for the price. I can't use an Espresso machine due to the hard well water that I have. The stove-top pot will last much longer for a fraction of the cost. I purchased the six cup size and probably need to reiterate for the American audience that those are six espresso cups - not coffee cup size.
I've had this for a few weeks - its not bad for the price although the bottom half does get stains that don't come off. So far its been well worth the price and much easier and quicker to operate than an expensive espresso machine.