Special edition set including Bialetti Moka Express 3tz and backpack created to celebrate the 90th anniversary of Bialetti Moka Express. Art created by Sam Cox, known as Mr Doodle, was the inspiration for the decorative pattern.
Moka Express is the most classic model made by Bialetti, the world's leading manufacturer of coffee makers. This is the coffee pot that made the Italian manufacturer famous in 1930s. To this day it is the most popular moka model in the world, as more than 200 million pots have been produced so far.
Bialetti Moka Express 3tz model is used to brew 3 cups of espresso at a time. (about 130ml). The total capacity is 150ml.
To prepare true Italian espresso, you just need this coffee pot, good coffee and a few minutes!
This cast aluminum coffee pot impresses with its quality. The classic body, unchanged for decades, will make an original element of every kitchen. The knob and additional handle made of black plastic provide comfortable handling and serving when your coffee is ready. Made in Italy.
Bialetti Moka Express is suitable for gas or electric hobs. Put the product on the hob so that the handle is beyond the reach of heat.
Wash your coffee pot by hand, without any detergents. Not dishwasher safe.
Choosing the size of your coffee maker, keep in mind that every time you need to prepare the quantity of coffee specified by the manufacturer.
• How does moka work?
The coffee maker constists of a top sealed tank, a filter and a bottom tank. Put ground coffee beans in the filter, pour water into the bottom tank below the safety valve level and connect all the elements. Put the coffee pot on the stove and wait a few minutes. Hot water moves to the top tank, flowing through the ground beans. Your delicious and aromatic espresso is ready!
• What Coffee to use?
Dark Roast: Johan & Nyström Peruras blend - you can expet the notes of caramel, nougat, and red apples.
Extra Dark Roast: Johan & Nyström La Bomba blend - the presence of Robusta in our blend gives the coffee a strong character and an earthy taste, combined with a delicate hint of cocoa and long-lasting acidity.
• Brew your moka pot better with the CoffeeNose
Make sure your Moka pot is clean from coffee oils. Old oils will stick and become rancid. You can use a coffee oil cleaner.
Choose a coffee to your taste. Stay away from supermarket coffee and big brands there coffee is old and boring + they don't care about the farmers and the planet.
Always grind your coffee fresh with a (hand) grinder. It's a small investment that will improve your daily coffee ritual. Pre ground coffee often contains a lot of broken beans, etc that can't be used in whole bean coffee. You want to avoid that. Grind as fine as you can (you will notice when you need to grind coarser)
Fill the moka pot bottm with water to around 2/3 (there is a safety valve at this level). Fill with warm water but make sure you can still insert the funnel and screw the top part without buring your fingers. By using hot water the ground coffee will be exposed to heat shorter. This will give a better flavor.
Insert the funnel and add your pre ground coffee. Use a funnel or dosing cup to do it without creating a mess. Screw on the top and add to your heat source. Apply medim heat. You don't want the flames to go around the side of your moka pot.
Remove from the heat source as soon as you hear a sissing sound.
If your coffee is too strong use a little less coffee or grind a bit coarser.
If your coffee is too weak use a bit more coffee or grind a bit finer.
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