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Bialetti Cafetière Venus 6tz, 6 Cup, Silver

4.6 out of 5 stars 6,895 ratings

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6 cup
Brand Bialetti
Capacity 0.4 Liters
Color Silver
Special Feature Removable Tank, Water Filter, Jug
Material Steel

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  • Stainless steel heat-resistant handle
  • Dishwasher safe
  • High temperature resistant handle
  • Anti-drop pouring
  • Item is not for induction

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  • 1 x Cafetière from Bialetti Venus 6tz, user manual

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    About Bialetti

    In Italy, where the kitchen is the heart of the home, where cooking is a passion and where meals bring friends and family together, Bialetti is found in nine of ten households.

    Why? Because like every true Italian, cooking is in our soul. And just as Alfonso Bialetti’s Moka Express revolutionized the art of coffee brewing, we’ve been crafting innovations that advance the art of cooking for nearly a century.

    Bialetti began in Italy, but has become a leading brand around the world because our high-quality products bring simplicity, functionality and beauty to the kitchen. Our advanced technology and distinctive styling combine to create cookware that’s simple to use and simply beautiful.

    Today, the Bialetti family of products has grown. We bring a multitude of styles and colors to market. But our Italian heritage and passion for cooking live on in every line.

    Product Description

    This stainless steel caffetiere from Bialetti makes six cups and uses induction heating to create the perfect cup of coffee.

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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 5, 2022
    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 25, 2016
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Italy's old-fashioned gem!
    By Jonathan D on December 24, 2016
    (After one year's use; see photos...not bad!)

    So this was my first ever stove-top coffee maker and it is by far the best in terms of the quality-price ratio; more affordable than any overpriced espresso machine. It is elegant, old-fashion and the best of all...it is made of STAINLESS STEEL to all those trying to avoid buying aluminum-based products! I had this for almost a year already (10 months).

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    To maintain its upkeep, always opt to hand-wash; NEVER use soap. When brewing, light the flame that covers just the entire bottom base, never more or less (usually a bit less than high, between high-med), this would result in a coffee that isn't burnt (quick impatient brew) or brewed "too" slowly. A flame between this setting ensures that just the base would burn and not an inch or two above avoiding possible corrosion.

    Use a "fine" grind coffee. An "extra fine" grind is more suitable for espresso machines and in turn, the water will not pass through well with this machine and make a far less concentrated cup. It could still make the coffee, but it would usually produce half than it should, resulting you to unscrew the base and refill water to the top again and then take only have of the brew from that round (anymore would be too watery). Haven't tried a "coarse" grind which is typically used for a French press, but I wouldn't mind betting that the end result would be far better than a grind that is "extra fine."

    This stovetop's "6-cups" produces far less ounces than what 6-cups American would look like, which is why small porcelain cups are used. 1 cup is equivalent to about 5 ounces. So how I usually get the most out of mine is instead of filling the water right up to the inner screw inside the base, I fill it just above. But if you are going to do this make sure to have a bowl out to pour that extra bit out when it starts to fill to the top so it doesn't overfill the inner tube the water spurts out from; this would result in the coffee that is made, to go back down to the water reservoir (the base) that you originally filled up and you will lose that extra bit of coffee. When the coffee is made (done), you will start to hear it drying up like a someone making a snoring sound with their mouth opened; turn the flame off immediately and pour out and serve. Then, where the coffee was dispensed fill with cold water and around the base to cool itself down (I usually wear an oven mitt as it is hot). This water cool-down is to avoid permanent coffee stains inside the machine. Now you can also safely unscrew the base, dump the used coffee grind and prepare for another round need-be, or prepare for drying. When drying, I hand-dry with a towel especially inside the body and around the inner dispensing tube. You could also use a drying rack and leave all three pieces onto it but I would suggest drying the top piece (body) completely though inside and out. Some of my methods may or may not be orthodox but it has made my machine last and in turn have got the most out of it.

    Last but not least use some GOOD COFFEE, Haitian is my preference. I just tried a Christmas roast because I received it as a gift and it was HORRIBLE; going back to my go-to. Cheers!
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Il fondo si ossida
    Reviewed in Italy 🇮🇹 on November 5, 2018
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Il fondo si ossida
    Reviewed in Italy 🇮🇹 on November 5, 2018
    il prodotto, come si nota dall'ossidazione nel l'interno del fondo, oltre a non essere adatto, credo sia anche dannoso per il rilascio di ossidazione nel caffè, pessimo sapore e pericolo per la salute.
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Starker Rost im Bodenteil - unbrauchbar
    Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on March 3, 2019
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Starker Rost im Bodenteil - unbrauchbar
    Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on March 3, 2019
    Grundsätzlich praktisches Gerät aber das Unterteil fängt schnell zu rosten an, außen und innen, was es absolut unbrauchbar macht. Ich würde es nicht nocheinmal kaufen und kann nur davon abraten. Habe das Gerät nur selten verwendet, daher ist es jetzt zu spät für einen Umtausch. Bin sehr enttäuscht von so schlechter Qualität und werde bei dieser Marke nicht mehr kaufen. Sehr schade.
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    1.0 out of 5 stars muss definitiv ein Plagiat erwischt haben
    Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on May 2, 2018
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    1.0 out of 5 stars PUBLICITE MENSONGERE ?
    Reviewed in France 🇫🇷 on December 21, 2019
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    1.0 out of 5 stars PUBLICITE MENSONGERE ?
    Reviewed in France 🇫🇷 on December 21, 2019
    Bonjour,
    Je viens de recevoir la fameuse cafetière italienne "Bialetti Venus" en ACIER INOXYDABLE compatible induction, comme il est écrit dans le descriptif produit sur le site Amazon (et sur tous les sites que j'ai pu consulter vendant ce produit).
    Or, dans les commentaires clients Amazon ayant acheté cette cafetière, j'ai vu qu'elle pouvait rouiller, photos à l'appui, ce qui me paraissait incompréhensible. J'ai alors lu la petite notice à l'intérieur du produit, et là... oh surprise! Cet objet est apparemment réalisé en ALLIAGE D'ALUMINIUM (cf photo notice rubrique "mode d'emploi").
    Ce serait scandaleux si la prestigieuse marque BIALETTI nous vendait un produit contenant de l'aluminium (sachant les controverses santé concernant l'usage alimentaire de ce matériau) pour de l'acier inoxydable (qui est l'alternative santé choisie par de nombreux consommateurs), n'est-ce-pas?
    Avant d'aller plus loin, j'aimerais connaitre l'explication du vendeur du produit.
    Merci.
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    A bloke from West Sussex
    5.0 out of 5 stars Great gadget
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on May 23, 2019
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