A full-bodied, strong brew. This Italian beauty is widely used and respected around the world. The stove-top coffee maker produces coffee by passing boiling water pressurized by steam through the coffee grounds. A simple and effective method for great tasting coffee.
WHAT YOU NEED
– Moka Pot
VARIES – The amount of coffee you need depends on the size of your Moka Pot. You’ll want enough to fill the funnel filter of your pot without packing down the grounds.
Moka Pots come in all shapes and sizes, so measure how much water fills the bottom half of your pot before beginning.
AT A GLANCE
– Grind: Fine
– Filter: Metal Mesh
– Heat on the Stove
– 4 to 5 Minute Brewing Time
*We recommend this to keep the temperature from getting too hot and cooking the coffee. If the coffee is burnt it will leave a metallic taste in your mouth. Not good.
*Grind your coffee on a drip setting. The grind should be as fine as table salt.
*Caution, the bottom will be hot!
The water in the bottom chamber will approach a boil, the pressure will push a stream of coffee slowly and methodically through the upper chamber.