AMFOCUS Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker - Stainless Steel Moka Pot 6 Cups Espresso Pot 300ml/10oz/6 Cup (1 Cup=50ml)
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||8.31 x 5.31 x 4.49 inches|
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- Premium Stainless Steel Coffee Maker - High quality food grade stainless steel is food safe, sanitary, and durable.
- Updated Ergonomic Hand - Newly designed ernomoic handle is comfortable for finger grip and easy handling.
- Makes 6 Demitasse Espresso Shots - Capacity of 6 demitasse(1 1/2 oz) cups, prepare yourself with freshly-brewed espresso everyday at home and enjoy the moment with your family or friends, no need to repeat the process multiple times for multiple coffees anymore, put overprice coffee shop behinds!
- Stay Cool Silicone Handle - Heat resistant handle keeps your hand comfortable, assures easy handling, and allows for an even pour every time. It’s easy to use, store, and clean.
- Modern&Elegant Look - An redesigned contemporary appearance makes it a great addition to any kitchen. Ideal for both as a home coffee maker or travel coffee maker.
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Stainless Steel Coffee Maker
Love is waking to the aroma of freshly made coffee.Enjoy your favorite coffee when it comes out in minutes. Get your favorites no mattter your want americano, moka, cappuccino, latte or carajillo.Espresso is a specialty coffee brewed by forcing small amounts of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans.
Stovetop Espresso Maker
High quality food grade stainless steel is food safe, sanitary, and durable. It can makes 6 Demitasse Espresso Shots - Capacity of 6 demitasse(1 1/2 oz) cups, prepare yourself with freshly-brewed espresso everyday at home and enjoy the moment with your family or friends, no need to repeat the process multiple times for multiple coffees anymore, put overprice coffee shop behinds!
- Food Grade Stainless Steel
- 6 Cup (small demitasse cups)
- Modern & Elegant Look
- Updated Ergonomic Hand
- Fit for gas, induction, halogen stovetop
Add water to the pot, pay attention to the water must not exceed the safety valve hole
Add freshly ground coffee powder to the funnel until it is full and smooth.
Tighten the upper and lower halves of the coffee maker to prevent air leaks during the extraction of the coffee
Place the moka pot on top of the heat source, gas stove induction cooker or something else.
Observe the coffee hole in the upper part of the coffee maker to ensure that the coffee can be extracted smoothly.
Place the espresso maker on low to medium heat, and wait for the water to boil and the coffee to percolate, it will make a gurgling sound. When the upper pot is about 3/4 full, remove the espresso maker from stove and wait it slightly cool before serving.
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use on low to medium heat
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I've used this pot on both my electric range and my NuWave2 induction stove. For induction I use between medium and medium-low - 240F. On the electric stove I start it on 8 for a couple of minutes then reduce it down to 4. I use my favorite "Medaglia d'Oro" espresso coffee, which I order from Java Cabana at a good price, but anything should work and variety is always nice. I just want to point out the finer grind is not a problem. Remember this makes 6 demitasse (1.5 oz) cups, so it only makes about 8-9 oz of espresso. This fills my big coffee mug about halfway. I have a manual milk frother, so I top it off with foamy milk, then I stir it together into an awesome creamy espresso foamy drink.
How to make moka pot espresso:
Fill the bottom with good drinking water, ensuring the level is below the safety release valve. Next place the funnel filter on top and add about 3 tablespoons of ground espresso or coffee. Do not fill any higher than the rim of the filter. Screw the base back onto the top - I just hold the top and turn the bottom until it's a little tight. Place on stove. KEEP WATCH ON THE POT THE ENTIRE TIME IT IS ON THE STOVE. If I'm in a hurry, I might run the first minute or two on high, but then reduce to medium-low. You will soon see very dark brown liquid oozing out. (It OK to open the lid and look. Nothing shoots out. It just help contain splatters.) Next it will start coming out foamy. It is almost done. Once it starts perking - a very audible popping and sputtering - remove it from heat. You might lose a tiny bit of product this way, but it is hot steam which can make it quite bitter part, so minimize it. This also avoids cooking the bottom dry, which can ruin your pot. Pour it into your cup(s) and top with sugar and milk as desired.
#1 Do not burn your pot! This is why you have to watch it when it's on the stove. If you look at reviews of other moka pots, you will see several pictures of burnt and/or rusted pots. However this can happen to any stainless pot. The bottom pot should never become completely dry while on the stove. Dry cooking it will greatly accelerate corrosion and staining. As mentioned above remove from heat when you hear the audible perking and expect to find a little water left in the bottom container when you are done. This is a good thing that keeps your stainless from burning up.
#2 The empty pot will be HOT! Either let it cool naturally over time or trickle tap water onto the sides and bottom until it is cool to the touch.
#3 Once it is cool, unscrew the base. Tip the base over the garbage disposal or trash can and catch the filter-funnel as it comes loose. DO NOT BANG the filter to loosen the grounds. You can dent the filter which can cause a bad seal in the future. Use a spoon if needed to scrape any coffee ground that won't dump out.
#4 Rinse all parts in water and wipe any residue with a clean sponge. Remember to clean around the bottom of the top section where the gasket and fine filter are. If they come loose, just place the filter back dome side out, then place the gasket back which will hold it in place. Be careful to avoid bending the percolator stem on the inside of the top section when cleaning and drying. Wipe clean with a dish towel for that nice shiny stainless look. Put it back together only after it is absolutely dry.
If you like moka pot style espresso, this is a very good choice and if made correctly, the espresso will taste great. Be sure to take care of your pot. Stainless steel is nice, but it is by no means indestructible.
- My maker has zero rust or discoloration after all the uses. I use it on a gas stove. The key is to turn off the heat or remove it once you start to hear the perculation / bubbling sound. This means it is DONE. Yes there is a small amount of water still in the bottom of the pot. This is intentional and the way it is supposed to work. It keeps the coffee from getting bitter and it keeps the Pot from over heating. If you heat stainless steel too hot, it will discolor and rust. Mine still looks like the first time I used it.
- The handle does stay cool. Just becareful not to touch the metal part of the pot. It's definately hot. I just carefully open the lid when I'm done and rinse out the pot. It gets cool very fast.
- I am not sure how sturdy the handle is connected to the body. It works great, I just would not twist the top of the Pot On or Off using the handle. It might over stress it. I just twist the main body of the pot and it works great. (just make sure its cool first... pretty obvious I know)
- The gasket that sills the two halfs together is made of silicon... this is a very good thing. It works much better than the white rubber ones and it does not discolor over time. It also holds up better.
So overall I am very happy with this Espresso maker. Does a great job and easy to clean / maintain. My only criticism is that the handle could be better secured... its not terrible, but I would over engineer it. For the money, you wont go wrong. Just DON'T let it get overheated.