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Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Espresso Pots by Nicholas Webb
In fact, it is steam power that conveys the hot water from the bottom section of the pot up to, and through, the filter holding the coffee. From the filter the water, now coffee, finishes its short journey in the upper part of the pot, ready for serving. However, saying this, please don't for one moment think that the quality of a Bialetti Moka Express stovetop espresso pot isn't good ... it's simply exceptional! A stovetop Bialetti Moka espresso pot can probably be found in every Italian home. The coffee they produce, whilst not technically espresso, is dark and aromatic and served in Italian style espresso cups. The Bialetti Moka espresso pot comes in various sizes ranging from single, 3,6,9, to 12 cups. However, please don't buy a Moka unless you intend to use it regularly. The quality of the coffee, if the pot hasn't been used for a week or so, is quite undrinkable. Also, when new use the pot, with coffee not just water, for at least three times before offering a cup to your friends. Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Espresso Pots, Part of Italian Heritage. For those of you who may not be totally familiar with these hexagonal based pots, let's take a closer look. Bialetti Moka stovetop espresso pots are, as seen, an authentic part of Italian life. Invented by Alfonso Bialetti back in 1933, the Moka Express coffee pot revolutionized the preparation of espresso style coffee. Bialetti Moka pots feature premium quality construction, that may seem simple but isn't easy to copy, with a polishes aluminum body made of three components: the bottom part (water well) the filter, and the top part (coffee collector). The pots can be recognized by the cute stylized chubby Italian man with a wonderful moustache that is used as the Bialetti trademark. Some of the features of a Bialetti moka express stovetop espresso pot include: High quality, polished aluminum construction Safety pressure release valve Single, 3, 6, 9, 12 and 18 cup sizes (based on 2 ounce cups) Italian made Apart from the quality of the pots themselves, over 200 million made, and the wonderful coffee they make, much of their success must be due to their ease of use. Simply pour fresh, cold water into the lower section of the pot until the water level reaches the bottom of the internal safety valve (this is easy to see). Next step, place the filter in position. This fits into the opening of the water section of the pot. Once the filter is in place, fill it with the ground coffee of choice. Use the back of a spoon to press the coffee until it is level with the top of the filter. Finally, screw on the top part of the pot. The whole operation should take around two minutes, and then your Bialetti Moka stovetop espresso pot is ready for the stove. Heat until you hear it bubbling and the coffee container is almost full. The last and most important step ...sit down and enjoy! There are many online resources that are able to offer Bialetti Moka pots, and we are pleased to recommend the following merchant: Italian Bialetti Moka Pots and much, much more For more information about other services and products choose from one of the following links: Coffee Beans for your daily pleasure :: Espresso Machines :: Coffee-Pods About the Author: Nicholas Webb is a successful author and publisher of www.allabout-coffee-beans.com Coffee is a passion to be shared.
Bialetti Moka Express stovetop espresso pots don't really make espresso coffee in
the true sense of the word, but what they do make is a pretty mean alternative. The
famous Italian Bialetti espresso stovetop coffee pot, or Moka Express as it is referred
to in Italy, isn't actually an espresso coffee pot as is commonly believed.