The Milano coffee pot is the home espresso machine coffee maker and moka pot every one should have. Try it with your coffee cups. Every coffee lover should have this cup. Coffee is kept warm with durable aluminum. The 3-Cup Capacity with Cool Touch Handle and Knob is easy to handle. It's small and portable makes it easy to share it. It was designed with a flip up top and side pour. It's ideal when making espresso. After using,Detaches for easy cleaning.
👤I have used these for over 20 years and they are a great coffee maker, but the directions are vague, so I am sharing what works for me. There are some things you need to do before you can brew coffee. If you don't want to take the time to go on a factory tour or ask for a golden goose, then give it away as a gift. If you have carpal tunnel or arthritis, you should just take your time and have someone help you. When I pulled this one out of the box, I noticed that the threads are a little rough, and that it is not coated, but it is a cast aluminum. For a long time before the plug and play instant gratification came about, cookware was made like this and it lasted forever. I am going to show you how to maintain and make a good coffee maker. First use warm not hot water and normal dishwashing soap along with a non abrasive dishwashing sponge or cotton washcloth. You will ruin your coffee maker if you use acidic, aggressive, or caustic cleaners. Begin to thoroughly wash and rinse everything inside and out, including the funnel, and then dry it with a cotton cloth. The coffee maker should be filled with water and assembled without coffee. When you put the top to the base, do not tighten it too much, your gasket can fall out, just place it back in place. If you hold the top and base, you will break the handle. If you feel the base make contact with the gasket in the top, tighten it snug and it will help seat the gasket. You don't want to bind your silicone gasket if you are unsure about how tight the turn is until the top makes contact with the bottom. Place the burner with the handle away from the burner so it doesn't melt and wait for the brew to finish so you don't have to worry about steam. If it leaks between the top and base while percolating remove from heat, allow to cool and tighten a little more when you refill it. The first heat cycle of your coffee maker is when you pour off the water and allow it to cool. It's tempting to cool it off under a faucet with water, but just wait for it to cool on its own down to room temperature for everything to expand contact properly. Pull it apart when it has cooled off. If you look inside you can see more black spots or loose debris, this is normal and you should wash them out again. The cotton cloth will help loosen any debris if you wipe it dry outside and inside. Place the valve on a burner on medium heat and allow it to run water through it, then pour it out and allow it to cool to room temperature. When you disassemble your coffee maker, make sure to remove the gasket in the top and the bottom and not have cast debris in it. I will tell you what I do when I get a cup of espresso. If you want to fill it with water, drop in the funnel, add coffee level with the top of the funnel, screw on the burner, and listen for the coffee to come out. If you adjust your coffee amount or heating temperature it will taste amazing. When finished wipe the floor dry. I don't recommend putting it in the dishwasher. There are hard water spots. This should last for many years with proper care. I use them at home, travel, and on a camping stove. If you notice any gunk on the burner or coffee maker, I clean them with a non abrasive white shop hand cleaner and wash it with water. I have many of these in different sizes. When I encounter hard water or high mineral water, I use the same procedure as you do with silverware,polishing the outsides and top of them with aluminum polish to give them a beautiful shine. I have sanded and polished the inside of the base to make it easier to clean. I have replaced the handles with different designs of my own creation. If the lid hinge breaks or if there is a seep in the bottom, I have welded these. You should be able to pass this on to your children or someone you care about. Hopefully this helped you and you enjoy your espresso maker. If you have a question, ask me and I will give you a solution. Good luck and have fun.
The high quality construction is suitable for all stove types, including gas, electric, and induction. Coffee is kept warm with durable aluminum. The handle and knob are easy to handle. It's small and portable, making it easy to share espresso. It was designed with a flip up top and side pour. It's ideal when making and serving espresso.
👤It is an excellent pot and we buy it every few years. There are many complaints about the volume of this pot. It is not used for the cup measure used for recipes and it is made for six small cups. Yeah, guys. You should broaden your horizon a little. The rest of the planet makes real coffee in this pot, not the weak coffee that is typical of the amerikkan process.
👤The guy that had his stove stick to the bottom was a 1 star review. Hahaha. The espresso maker is perfect. Aim the flame away from the handle and keep it low. Either gas or wood. When you open the lid, a little soot will not hurt anything. If you want to complain about a "mess", stick to your city keurig machines that cost $150+. The price and quality are great. Thank you! I'll make a new one out of a wood stick if my handle ever gets damaged. I might melt it off on purpose this spring. Grow up people!
👤It makes 6 cups, but it is a blatant lie. As seen in the photo, 1 cup is equal to 8 ounces. Enough espresso was made to fill 3 espresso cups. cups It makes 10 ounces of coffee. 48 ounces is equal to 6 cups. It should be advertised and marketed using actual measurements. It is enough if you are buying this for yourself. You need something bigger if you drink coffee with other people. I bought this thinking it would be 6 cups.
👤We have over 30 years of experience using Italian espresso makers. We did a quick rinse after delivery. The threads were missing over all the rings. It was completely missing, like it had splintered. Had we used the pot, there would be two outcomes. It would have been a mess if the coffee had boiled on the burners and the stovetop. It's possible that the threads failed under the pressure of the high temp, and who knows what happened. Get a better quality product by spending a bit more.
👤I like this expresso maker. It was cheap and did the job. I didn't want to pay less than 49 dollars for a "name brand" which seemed a bit heavier gauge of aluminum. Most of the negative views wouldn't apply to my view if you followed the directions. The higher priced expresso makers say to position the pot so it doesn't get hot. It does not leak if you tighten it. It does not stain if you wash it sooner rather than later and it cleans up nicely. The expresso tastes great if you let it sit for a minute after you take it off the heat. Common sense says don't twist it apart while it's hot. If you hold your hand over it while you turn it upside down, you can easily dump the coffee. What is negative to say? I will get another if it lasts a long time, but for the price I paid, I saved a lot of money. I bought a milk frother for the times when I want an expresso macchiato, as well as two other appliances, and some expresso, just as much as a name brand expresso maker. It's crazy to spend that much on a stove top.
The Milano coffee pot is the home espresso machine coffee maker and moka pot every one should have. Try it with your coffee cups. Every coffee lover should have this cup. Great-tasting coffee, hot, and delicious. Makes 2 to 12 cups of coffee in a minute, then keeps it piping hot. Coffee service is elegant with easy-pour spout and traditional design. It is a luxurious steel construction for easy cleaning. The signal light indicates when coffee is ready to serve.
👤My family has owned this percolator for 6 years and I'm about to buy another one for work. This pot has consistently delivered the best tasting coffee - better than all restaurants we frequent, better than friends and family's coffee, and just awesomely, amazingly good. I've had a couple of minor maintenance issues over the years, but they were easily overcome, and in general this appliance has been a very reliable and inexpensive appliance. This has to have been one of my favorite purchases. All for less than $40. Take that, you have overpriced, over featured drip machines that make lousy coffee. There are some basic guidelines to follow that are not in the manual. Do not use paper filters. Ever. Only the metal basket can be used. The holes are small enough to allow the coffee to pass, but large enough to keep most of the gains in. The metal basket without a paper filter allows the flavor oils that naturally exist in the coffee bean to stay in the coffee and contribute to its amazing and full flavor. If you use a paper filter, you'll lose the oils and get a flavor that's more bitter than bold. You will get a couple of grains in the last cup without a paper filter. It was 2. Make sure the pot is clear of any build-up, but don't scrub the interior. It's hot enough to prevent the spread of disease, like a wok or a cookie sheet. It's perfectly safe and more delicious if that puppy is seasoned. The receiving hole at the bottom of the pot is the most important place for build up. If you don't clear it, it will build up coffee debris quickly, and if you don't brew it properly, you won't be able to. You only have to remove the excess with a fingernail. The outside of the pot is free to be shiny. It's a nice looking piece when it's cleaned. 3. The basket's tiny holes can get plugged up over a month or so of daily use. There are two ways to deal with this. I prefer the wire brush route because it allows you to keep the years of perfect seasoning intact. A wire brush is used. 4. If you don't get the metal tube lined up with the receiving hole in the bottom of the pot, you'll get a weak pot of coffee. To make sure this doesn't happen, twist the metal tube left and right, like you're trying to screw it in. The twisting movement forces it to pop into the hole if it isn't already in the hole. Best. It was a trick. Ever. 5. Grains are more likely to be found in the bottom of the pot if you overfill the basket with coffee. If you underfill you will get weak coffee. You should be fine if you follow the instructions. 6. It's okay to let the coffee sit in the pot for a long time. Coffee can burn if it sits long enough, so if you're going to be leaving less than half a pot for more than an hour, UNPLUG IT. I've let a full pot sit for 4 or 5 hours, plugged in, and it's still not bad. Don't let the freshness of the coffee fool you, it will be less delicious if you don't have coffee left. 7. Continuation: I had to replace the wire/plug once because it developed a short. Plugs and wires can be removed from the shelf that fits. It's a straight up, no frills cable. It's easy. I've seen the screws holding on the bottom decay as they're not made of rust- resistant metal. If you go to your local hardware store, you will get brand new ones, just bring the old ones with you and ask the hardware guy for help. I replaced the bottom screws about 2 years ago because they got rusty. You can prevent rusty screws from occurring by covering the holes with hot glue and washing the outside. I haven't tried it yet, but it would probably work. Stop reading reviews, buy this pot, and enjoy your coffee.
These stovetop coffee makers are an ideal gift and come with a bonus pair of sleek, smil-steel cups which will keep your coffee hot for longer. Coffee for 2? It's saluti! Makes 6 espresso cups. Appx 12 ounces total. The construction is made of steel. The bakelite handle has extra wide reach. It is suitable for use on gas stove tops. dishwasher safe parts
👤Why paid so much for an Italian brand that was made in China. The box was made in China. The lid was out of level. The inside of the top part is made of cheaper material that is hard to clean and can build up residuals. There were scratches to a new product in the box. It's time to return asap.
👤We bought this cat in July of last year and it is already rusted. Very disagreeable.
👤I replaced my aluminum Bialetti pots with the new stainless steel pot. The pot should last a long time. It took longer and longer to brew a pot of coffee after 9 months. I ordered replacement gasket for the pot as it became more noticeable. I replaced them as soon as I got them. The pot will no longer keep a sufficient seal for making coffee because of the repeated screw/unscrewing of the pot. I continued using the pot and eventually it wouldn't complete the cycle. The style of the pot is similar to the one I found, but it doesn't screw together, it has two posts that you fit the top over, lock it down, and it creates a hermetic seal. I don't expect this Bialetti pot to last long if you use it every single day, but it is very suitable for a beginner to mocha pots.
👤I bought the 6 cup Bialetti back in January of 2015, and we still use it everyday. We had to replace the rubber gasket between the base and pitcher for the first time, but it was not bad for daily use. The machine is very easy to use. I usually do a lot of reading before buying something. We have not had any problems with the handle, but I make sure it is not over the heat source. We have used this with a coil type stove, glass top stove, induction stove and gas...it works great with all of them. The fine grind makes it into the pot and into the cup, as someone else said in the q&a. If you don't like courser grind, use a capresso machine that grinds and pressure brews automatically, a French one, I was very addicted to coffee and to let you know what this little thing is competing with is a capresso machine that grinds and If it's too strong for guests, the six cup pot will brew about two Americano mugs, but we like our coffee strong and we play hard with our five kids. We put some water in the cup. The little machine has no paper filters and is great for compost. If you are looking for a coffee pot that is durable and portable, I highly recommend this one. We have used it at the house, camping, in the RV and just about anywhere we go. When we hand wash it and put it in the dish washer, we usually get it ready the night before, and then we turn the stove on and start our normal routine. This has been a great purchase for us. That's right.
It's ideal when making espresso. The coffee maker is easy to use. There is a disposable tray for easy cleaning. 5 bar working pressure for coffee Milk Frother is perfect for macchiato coffee. Black and Silver Design is perfect for a kitchen counter.
👤The lesser IMUSA lasted over three years. The one with the temp gauge in the front was kind of like the "Jetsons-ish" one. It was good for the price, but the performance waned. The knob felt positive, the switch was clicky, and the grinds basket has three locking tabs that really seal it in. The basket's Silicone seal was tight when it was new, but it broke after several weeks of use. The mouth for the water was smaller than before, so you must have good aim. It's easier to remove the screw-cap. We have been drinking the same brand of espresso grounds for the past 10 years. The machine made some notes even brighter. The 5-Bar working pressure, quick heating time, and faster delivery are what I attribute that to. It met all of my expectations, and exceeded in the areas of speed and flavor. We drink espresso at home. The only negatives are one star deductions. It's very light. It will get easier as you get used to it. The feet are wet. With the weight and no grab on the counter, two hands, no rubber, or anything sticky. I will be trying different methods to add some grip to the feet. If you are looking for a good balance between budget and performance... look no further... This machine makes a great cup of espresso. You have to work around the slippin'.
👤The red color of the carafe for us was great. It died after 8 months, just like the inexpensive one. Mr. Coffee and Sowtech. My son's machine doesn't make better espresso. I plan to buy another one and hope it lasts longer.
👤The product is garbage. Garbage company. There is an inopetative powe4 switch. It was ignored after it was Contavted. Customer service is not good. Avoid at all costs.
👤No funcion ni un ao sin, pero la compré porque es de color. Llam a aimUSA USA, aimUSA Colombia, and aimUSAELLOS pudo venderme el sello. No recomiendo, no tenga repuestos, no ningn producto.
👤The Krups machine that just gave out on me was better built than this one. The steam cap is better than I was expecting, as well as the arm and filter. Since it arrived, I have used it three times and it has made a great espresso and latte, the only downside is my cat is terrified of the milk frother, but that's life. If the machine continues to make coffee at this level, it will be a steal for the money it cost.
👤We had to heat the espresso in the microwave after it was made as it only came outluke warm. I requested a replacement because I thought it was a problem. It made a weak espresso. We tried to make sure the water was hot before putting it on the lid. It came out disappointingly not hot. We use a percolator to make our coffee, it's easy and delicious. I will not buy an espresso online again.
👤The rebirth of the poetry scene of the late 1950's/60's led to my addiction to espresso and cappuccinos at home. Over the years, I have gone through a few machines. The youngster might be a contender. So far, about a month into it. It was so good. The "milk frothing wand" is unnecessary for SUPERHOT milk and tons of stiff-peak froth. It's also a breading ground forbacteria. The glass carafe is in storage.
The Milano Steel coffee pot is the home espresso machine coffee maker and moka pot every one should have, it is strong and durable, and a quality silicone gasket, and it is also the lightest coffee pot on the market. Try it with your coffee cups. For Espaol lovers. Those who can't resist a cup of espresso can use the Elabo stovetop espresso maker. The Italian espresso will be ready in less than 5 minutes. You can make it at home and not have to go to the coffee shop. To use, fill the lower part of the Italian espresso maker with water, put the ground coffee into the basket, put the top on and place the espresso pot on the gas or electric stovetop. Within minutes, your espresso is ready. Quality: Excellent. The Elabo espresso maker is made of high quality food grade 304. The handle is comfortable for handling. The design: The stovetop espresso maker is a must have for every kitchen. The stylish moka pot is a gift for family and friends. There are safety features. The lever allows for easy pouring and the handle is flame retardant. The internal pressure of this pot is regulated by the safety valve.
👤It is a good product, but it is not STAINLESS STEEL... It shows signs of rust when a little water is still left after cleaning. The top part is hard to clean and you don't know if it's clean.
👤I was intrigued by the Moka pot and thought I would use it instead of the French press, as it is the way many people in Italy make their coffee at home. I don't cook in cast iron or aluminum, so I didn't want to get a traditional Bialetti. I found a Moka pot on Amazon. I was worried the bottom would be hard to open since it is not hexagonal, but that wasn't a problem. The base is so small that it's hard to stand upright on my gas stove grill, and I thought it would be a disaster if it tipped over. Unless you have a very narrow brush, you won't be able to clean the top half. This is true of every Moka pot. The bottom half is easy to clean with the brush included in the package. I find it difficult to use the coffee filter because I have to fill it with coffee. You will have to do this with every Moka pot. I would rather have my coffee in a French press. This will use up a lot of your coffee fast since it requires more coffee for less liquid at the end. If you like very concentrated coffee and have an electric or induction cooktop, this could be great for you. It was not for me. I gave it four stars even though I returned it, since there isn't anything technically wrong with it, it has a nice sleek design, and if you want a Moka pot that's not aluminum, as many of them are, this one will fit the bill.
👤The reviews seemed good, but the negative ones gave me pause. It was a good deal on prime day. I've never used a Bialetti or other moka pot, so I wasn't sure what to expect. I have been very pleased with this. I can make enough for 2 drinks. I usually drink one and put the other in the fridge to make an iced coffee at a later date. It's much easier to use than I thought, and I've had no problems with melting handles or burnt coffee, even though I don't know what those reviewers are addressing. It's easy to use and make decent coffee.
👤I like this type of coffee maker, though the aluminum ones tend to get nasty in the water receptacle, I guess. I decided to go for the stainless steel model. It is easy to use and keep clean. The rubber/nylon ring that holds the filter in place can fall out easily after a couple of months. Hopefully it won't get worse. I would have given 5 stars if it wasn't for that.
👤After my espresso maker died, I got this. I took care of it and it died a year later. That is the reason I am so happy to have found this beauty! It doesn't have to buy a special descaling solution. It is a fraction of the cost of a costly machine. I have a machine that I can use to make cappuccinos at home. This is the best price.
The sizes are based on the cups. The espresso coffee situation can be checked with the crystal clear glass made of high borosilicate glass. Their Moka pot could be made more healthy by using 304 food-grade steel. The Italian design team is working with the espresso coffee maker to provide the latest coffee product design for customers. The best espresso is made with a classic Italian Moka pot. There are 8 cups sizes. Their coffee maker will be with you a long time. The Italian coffee maker is a great gift for friends, family, and anyone who loves coffee. The Stovetop Espresso Moka Pot is easy to use and can be heated on a variety of devices. Their coffee maker will be with you a long time. The heat-resistant handle is made of plastic which provides full protection for your hands. The espresso coffee maker has a safety valve. The water line should not touch the safety valve and should stop heating the pot within one minute after the coffee is cooked to prevent burns to the bottom of the Moka coffee pot. If you receive a DEFECTIVE/UNSATISFIED Product, please contact them, they will try their best to help you and give you the best solution.
👤It was a glass moka pot, but I can't recommend it. It makes a good cup of coffee, but I have had it for a short time and it broke. The handle came off while I was washing it. Pictures are included. Within five uses, the bottom section became discolored and rusted. This means that it is not possible to be a piece of steel. I liked it while it lasted.
👤The pot is made of glass. I've had fun showing it off to friends and they love it! A great cup of coffee. There is a The quality of the steel in this pot is excellent. A lot of the "stainless steel" pots available have a terrible cheap metal smell to them when used. I ran the water through the others. I didn't make coffee. The pot does not smell, off-gas or make a cup of coffee.
👤The second day was heating up.
👤I like that it's contemporary and not classic. The top is made from glass. The espresso cup sizes are not the American coffee cup sizes. It makes a cup of coffee in less than 5 minutes. It works on both gas and electric stovetops. If you use a gas stovetop, place the coffee maker on a low flame. I use freshly ground beans which I believe are the key to releasing the aromas and flavors of great coffee beans. Cleaning is very easy. Although you can put a Moka Pot in the dishwasher, some say it shortens the life-span so quick hand wash will be ideal. Highly recommended.
👤I use this to make my coffee in the mornings because it doesn't love me back. It is a glass top. I can see when the espresso is ready. There is no leaking and it is a good fit. I didn't know how small this was. I should have known that they meant six espresso cups. It is good for two people.
👤I ordered the same product from my local marshall's, but with a smaller pot, because I wanted the same product. I would say it is not working consistently. When it builds up pressure, instead of going through coffee, it's released through a release valve, which causes it to burst open and cause coffee to splatter all over my stove. Coffee making is sometimes lacking when it works, but glass container is a good idea, and it works perfect when it works. I have used it a couple of times and cannot return it, so I put it away and started using my bigger mocka pot.
👤The coffee maker was good. It's easy to clean up. It doesn't make expresso, however. The expresso machine makes pressure about 15-20. Water stays in the boiler after coffee is made. Coffee quality and quantity affect the flavor. The coffee maker's price is too high.
👤I don't want you to compare this product to a 2000 dollar espresso machine, I used a low temp set of 400 and it took me about 4 minutes to make espresso.
capsule compatibility :Genuine Original Line Nespresso It is designed and tested for the Nespresso capsule. Please contact them if you have any questions. It provides 1 or 3 cups of espresso quickly, cleanly, and without risk of burning, for a perfect drink every time. The espresso machine has a transparent carafe that allows you to see the entire process of making espresso, while also looking fantastic. It is a versatile espresso machine with a choice of automatic settings that can deliver either 1 or 3 cups. With an automatic shut-off, the espresso will never burn, giving you a great-tasting cup every time. Keep it warm. The 30 minutes keep warm facility means fresh espresso is always on hand when you want it, and the base gives you the freedom to serve without fear.
👤I was happy with this espresso machine. It's simple to use, moderately attractive, small footprint, and works quickly: works in 4 or 5 minutes tops, and can be reheated in a couple of minutes. It's easy to maintain. I have used the espresso pot for the past two months and I love it. I noticed that some people had trouble with the 1 cup adapter, but I think it's because I tap the filter to cause the coffee to settle in. The automatic shut-off feature is both simple and effective, but it is not on a timer so your espresso will continue to heat. If you sit it there too long, it will burn your espresso, and there will be a lot of leftover coffee, which I found to be easy to clean off. The auto-off feature does what it's supposed to do and I didn't ding my review because I was not looking for a pot with a timed feature. The top feels a little flimsy because of the hinge. This machine will need a replacement vessel if anything is going to go on it. Be careful with it. If I could have, I would have dropped a half star here. The espresso pots of this type may be useful with a few tips, which include: - Do not put the coffee in the filter as it may give a poor performance - do not put the coffee in the pot if it is self-powered Leaving it too loose makes for a weaker brew. My solution is to fill the filter with espresso and then gently tap it on a solid surface which causes everything to settle. It's important to make sure the pot is snug but not overly snug. It's better to feel loose than tight initially, and you can correct it as you go along. I know this point isn't helpful, but make sure it's not on the loose. If you want to provide more than adequate pressure, you can place your fingers in the cleft of the seam where the spout meets the pot and handle meets the pot, keeping your fingers closest to the pot. The instructions state that you shouldn't use the actual handle to loosen or tighten the pot, it's hollow and it makes me a little nervous. If you want to be safe, only loosen the pot from the base once the unit is cool, and the Silicon ring at the bottom of the unit stays cool enough to touch immediately after removing it from the heating base.
👤The espresso maker I received is either a knock off or completely different item than the one pictured in the posting. There is no where to find the ETL certification on the actual item, which is the biggest problem. This sticker can be found on the actual item, sometimes even in a plastic part. They didn't bother to put it on the box. The cheapest piece of junk you can find in a dollar store will not have this certification, but it will have a similar certification. The coffee maker has a different company name than the one listed on the box and the user's manual looks like it was printed off a home printer. The whole thing smells of plastic. Think of brand new air mattresses from the 90s. I wouldn't consume anything that came out of this.
We always fulfill the 30-day money-back guarantee. If there is a quality problem within 3 months, you will get a free replacement service. FCUS never let customers down. The type of fabric is STAINLESS STEEL.
👤I have owned this for almost 13 months. It worked well. The handle on the stove came off as I removed it. Just like that. I did not get hurt, but I could easily have. It's not clear how the handle was attached, but it looks like a couple of cheap spot welds. I'd be cautious of this item, you could end up pouring boiling coffee on yourself.
👤I am going to write a review when I get my second espresso maker. We have used this at least once a day for the past 15 months, and have been completely satisfied with the espresso it makes. It is intentional for those who complain about a bit of water left in the bottom to do so. If there is no water left, you should leave it on the heat. We buy espresso grind coffee and tap the side of the filter to settle it, but have never tried to suck it down. If you want the creme to start bubbling, you need to remove it from the heat. We have two larger Cuisinox pots, and I think the Primula is just as good as the Cuisinox pots. I wouldn't use this on a wood stove for those who want to. I would be concerned about the handle. I would choose a Cuisinox with a handle made of steel. I don't use soap to clean the inside as I prefer to let it develop a patina, but I do use a tap against the sink to loosen any sludge that may have accumulated. The health benefits of the STAINLESS over aluminum made us switch to these pots about 6 years ago.
👤When I am away from home, I can still have my morning espresso. There is one word of caution. The handle and thumb lever are soldered on. That was not a problem for me. My husband tends to screw the bottom on with more force than is necessary to create the seal. He used the handle and thumb rest to break both of them when he wanted to take the pot apart for re-use or cleaning. My advice is to only tighten the bottom on until a seal is made and never use the handle to remove it. It is only for transporting the pot and pouring the contents from it. The entire pot is very durable if it is cared for this way.
👤I just bought this item and am looking forward to a great coffee. I wanted an expresso maker for my coffee maker because of the difference in taste. I made my first coffee after following all the instructions. I own a gas stove. It was used low to medium heat. The bottom of the coffee maker turned a copper color, and that was the first thing I noticed. I got steel because it is better quality, but I would have never thought it would happen. I have pots made of steel and they have never been used. I am not sure why this coffee maker reacted this way. I tried baking soda, but it didn't work. The top portion is fine and the bottom is copper. It looks terrible and does not feel safe.
The signal light indicates when coffee is ready to serve. Alfonso Bialetti invented the symbol of made in Italy all over the world. There is a product with 8 faces. The handle is made of aluminum. The patented safety valve is easy to clean. It's suitable for all of the hobs.
👤I'm Italian, let's start there. When I first arrived, it was a bit of a shock. I bought this moka pot because I missed the Italian coffee. You need a specific type of person to drink the coffee that the moka makes, because it's stronger and more concentrate than the American one, and it's just different. Don't think that the moka makes 6 American cups, when they say 6 cups they're referring to the expresso cups. There is a The moka makes espresso coffee. There is a The box I received was completely sealed in Italy. I was able to drink my coffee again and again. If you're reading this review, I'll give you some tips to make the best coffee. If you want to grind your own coffee, be sure to use espresso coffee like Lavazza. You will get an excellent final result if you buy a good coffee. Before drinking the coffee, follow the instructions and make and waste at least 3 kas. It's a waste of coffee, I can drink it when I'm at work. No, thats how it works. Do you want to drink some aluminum or do you want to remove fabric? I guess not. Don't use soap or water to wash it. Don't clean the central chamber of the coffee shop very well. The coffee at the bottom will ensure that the moka is committed to the aroma and will be more and more intense from time to time. If you don't mix the coffee inside the chamber the first cup will be a light coffee and the other ones will be too strong. Trust me. Don't wash the coffee when it's empty. Let it rest for a few hours and forget about it. The moka will absorb the coffee's scent and it will cool down safely. I clean the moka the morning after I have to make another coffee. I'm not saying not to clean the moka if you use it once in a while. I hope you enjoyed my review and I hope you enjoy the coffee that makes the moka as much as I do. It will be perfect if you follow my tips. Thank you so much! Sometimes the rubber gasket can be completely broken after 8 1/2 months. You should stop using the Moka immediately. It can be difficult to make these gaskets. Some can last for years and some just a few months. If you want to try an upgrade, you need to buy 72mm Silicone gaskets for 6 cup Moka pot. When I change the gasket, I'll write another update.
👤I've used moka pots for 35 years and have never had the silicone seal smolder on one until now, when I had it on low heat and it started to smoke. It was harder to make sure the cap and handle didn't start to burn my place down because they were melting.
👤Amore a utilizzo. It is more accurate to say I love this coffee maker after the first use. The coffee maker is very easy to use. I was afraid of using it on my electric top, but it worked just fine. The manufacturer clearly states that it won't work on induction as it is made of aluminum. There is a model that works on induction. I make myself a delicious Latte in a few minutes. I didn't tight it when I closed it because I was afraid it could damage the seal or be too hard to open after it cools down. I will tighten it a bit more next time. The Fatto in Italia is made in Italy. I have enough money. The stamp on the metal says not made in Italy, and the box doesn't say anything about where it is made. The stamp in mine is not blurry and I am not sure if this process in aluminum will yield blurry details. The question is still being asked. Is it made in Italy? Is it going to last a long time in Italy? There is an update. I tighten it a bit more after the first use. Even though the price of the Gaggia espresso machine is fifteen times more, I still like it. After the espresso is done, it makes a cake, but it doesn't produce crema. If you are using a smooth top electric stove, you should get some advice. I was a bit afraid the first time I used it, as you can't see the water level, and as you know this kind of stove remains hot for a while. I learned that if the stove is turned off after a minute or so of the first boil, the remaining heat is enough to use all the water. I have a grinder with a doser, but about a spoon that should be similar, so I am putting water to the mark inside and two doses of espresso. This amount of water will make you drink a large beverage.
Only coarse and medium ground coffee can be used. Don't fill past the Max mark. During the operation or immediately after the brew, do not remove the filter holder or the water cap. The residual pressure can be released by turning the control knob to the "Steam" position. Coffee is quickly brought to a frothy boil by a powerful base. It can brew up to 6 cups or 10 ounces of coffee. Enjoy a single hand operation. Convenient flip up top. The power indicator light is convenient.
👤I've made coffee with this machine for a week and it doesn't produce a good product. The space between the coffee and the filter of the upper chamber seems to be the main problem. Coffee grounds end up on top of the coffee while it's in the funnel filter because there is a little "lid" with holes that's to fit on top of the coffee. Coffee grounds can spill back into the lower water chamber at times, so I wondered if they came from the bottom chamber or the funnel. It makes a cup of coffee not good. One could forgive it if the coffee came out tasty, but it's a problem if the pour spout is too shallow for a wide container. I just walk out of the corner of the pitcher. I wanted this coffee pot to work for me. I prefer instant espresso over the coffee this pot makes.
👤No pude un uso de la cafetera, aunque llegara en el momento, quise probarlo al momento. Muchas gracias.
👤I needed a pot to keep at work. The taste of coffee is good but not as good as I get with my stovetop pots. I had to bring it home because it was so messy. It is nearly impossible to pour the moka into a cup without spilling it. A co-worker threw away the disk that sits on top of the coffee in order to fix the leaking problem. I have grounds in the boiler that I have to get rid of after I brew because the leaking stopped after I removed it. I only use it when I'm in the kitchen.
👤I like being able to see when my coffee is done, but the handle has a steam hole, which will send steaming hot liquid down your sleeve if you tilt it even slightly. The top isn't weighted enough to keep it closed, so as you pour, the entire lid lifts and you have to keep steaming hot liquid everywhere! Lift the pot and there is no auto shut-off. I got this because I only have three shots and I wanted six.
👤We bought a coffee maker to use on our vacations. The coffee sometimes tastes great but doesn't brew well. It takes forever to brew. It is possible to have breakfast and come back and it will sometimes still not be complete. It will brew a little bit, stop and then a few more spurts of brew before it's done.
👤I spent my money. The electric espresso maker makes espresso just like the stovetop one. The version on the stovetop is similar to the one on the stove. No one is in a rush for coffee. It stops after a while, causing more delay. I will say that it's delicious. The stovetop version is just as good. The version on the stove is just as good. You don't have a stove, so you should buy this electric espresso maker. You're looking to make better espresso in the mornings, so you shouldn't buy it.
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