Impress your guests on the next flyaway adventure with the easy to use Bialetti Moka Pot.
Nothing tastes better with a view than freshly ground HäZZ coffee brewed to perfection. The Bialetti Moka Pot is made of polished stainless steel which is easy to clean and ages well.
How to Brew in a Moka Pot
STEP ONE: Preheat the water. Bring kettle water to a boil and remove from heat. This is done to keep the temperature of the Moka pot from getting too hot and cooking the coffee, imparting a metallic taste.
STEP TWO: Grind your coffee using the nano grinder about as fine as table salt. You need enough coffee to fill the filter basket, which is about 30-35 turns of the nano grinder.
STEP THREE: Add the heated water and fill to the line at the bottom of the relief valve.
STEP FOUR: Insert the filter basket into the brewer's bottom.
STEP FIVE: Fill the basket with coffee, slightly mounded, and level the surface off with your finger. Brush away loose grounds on the top edge of the filter basket.
STEP SIX: Screw the top and bottom together. Use hot pads and don’t overtighten.
STEP SEVEN: Put the brewer on the stove, use moderate heat and make sure that the handle is not subjected to heat. Leave the top lid open.
STEP EIGHT: The coffee will begin to come out and you will hear a puffing sound and see a rich-brown stream that will get progressively lighter in colour. Once the stream is the colour of yellow honey, remove from the heat source and close the lid.
STEP NINE: As soon as the coffee stops bubbling out, pour it into cups and enjoy the view.
Add warm frothed milk for a sweeter taste without adding sugar!