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Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Makers - One Cup

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  • Stovetop espresso maker; make espresso like it's made in Europe
  • One cup espresso size capacity
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Make high quality espresso without the hassle and expense of an electric espresso maker
  • Easy to use; add water and ground coffee beans; place unit on stovetop burner
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Make espresso like it's made in Europe, with this stovetop espresso maker. Stovetop espresso makers are popular because they are easy to use, less expensive than electric espresso machines, take up little kitchen space and … they make utterly fantastic espresso. That's why stovetop espresso machines have been well loved and well used all around the world. To use simply add water to the lower part of maker, add ground coffee beans to the basket and place unit on stovetop burner. And voile! fresh and tasty espresso for lattes, mochas, cappuccinos or drinking straight. This espresso maker is made of strong and long lasting stainless steel and has a three cup capacity.


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