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THE MOCHA POT: THE SECRET OF MAKING ITALIAN COFFEE

PREPARATION STEP BY STEP

The basis for preparation with the espresso maker are coffee beans whose body is characterized by a balance. Whether you go for fruity or strong, more chocolatey nuances is a matter of taste. Here you will learn how to prepare delicious espresso with your mocha pot step by step:

YOU NEED THESE ACCESSORIES


Bialetti
Moka Express - 6 Tassen
Espresso Mocha Pots

€27.90*
Aromatico
Espressotasse mit Untertasse
Espresso Cups

€6.90*
Bialetti
New Brikka 2021 2 Tassen
Espresso Mocha Pots

€28.90*
Bialetti
Adapterplatte für Induktionsherd 20cm
Espresso Mocha Pots

€16.90*
Bialetti
Moka Express - 3 Tassen
Espresso Mocha Pots

€22.27*

INSTRUCTION: PREPARATION ESPRESSO MAKER

Unscrew the pot and rinse it with hot water. Pour hot water into the lower part of the espresso maker to reduce the time on the stove top. This will prevent the pot from heating up too much, which can result in a bitter taste. The valve must remain free when filling! But be careful, the pot will be hot.

Grind the coffee beans with a fine grind between espresso and filter coffee. Our recommendation: approx. 22 g for 200 ml water.

Pour the ground coffee into the sieve element and press down lightly with a spoon. Never use a tamper, as this would compress the ground coffee too much.

Screw the mocha pot together and place it on the stove over medium heat. Too much heat could burn the coffee.

Now be sure to stay with it and wait until the coffee comes out of the riser tube. Here, carefully open the lid every now and then. The extraction time is approx. 2.5 - 3 minutes. As soon as the typical sound is heard and a steady stream can be seen, remove the mocha pot from the stove. The residual heat will push the coffee up completely and you will prevent the coffee from burning.

Pour and enjoy delicious Italian caffè.

SUITABLE COFFEES FOR THE ESPRESSO MAKER


Manaresi
Gran Bar Oro
whole bean / 1000 g

From
€19.90*
Badilatti
Aromatico Selezione Passione
whole bean / 1000 g

€21.90* €23.90* (8.37% saved)
Bialetti
Perfetto Moka Hazelnut
ground coffee / 250 g

€5.59*
0.25 kg (€22.36 / 1 kg)
Bialetti
Perfetto Moka Classico
ground coffee / 250 g

€4.99*
0.25 kg (€19.96 / 1 kg)
Bialetti
Perfetto Moka Intenso
ground coffee / 250 g

€4.90*
0.25 kg (€19.60 / 1 kg)
Bialetti
Perfetto Moka Cioccolato
ground coffee / 250 g

€5.99*
0.25 kg (€23.96 / 1 kg)

GENERAL

For many coffee lovers, the mocha pot is the epitome of authentic coffee enjoyment. It is also referred to as an espresso maker, although strictly speaking the pressure generated is too low for an espresso. Italians usually refer to it as "Bialetti" after its Italian manufacturer of the same name, or simply as "Moka". The moka pot works on the principle of a percolator: the water in the pot is forced up through a riser tube and through the coffee grounds by applying heat from below. With the espresso pot, the preparation is like a must-full ritual, where you pay attention to your coffee for a few minutes. To choose the ideal coffee for your mocha pot, it's worth taking a closer look at the extraction process. This takes place in three phases. In the first, the acids and fruity aromas are released, in the second the oils with their flavors, and in the third the bitter substances. It is therefore important to keep an eye on the espresso pot on the stove to avoid over-extraction. The result will reward you in the form of a full-bodied coffee with balanced flavors. This corresponds to an extraction rate of 18 to 22%.

IN ITALIA / ALL‘ITALIANA

The classic espresso maker is the typical Italian way to make an espresso. A Bialetti can be found in all Italian households. The traditional Bialetti has an octagonal shape, while the modern one has a round shape - in both versions it is a stylish design element for your kitchen! It was invented in 1933 by the Italian Alfonso Bialetti under the name "Moka Express" and is almost unchanged to this day.

TIPPS

When prepared in the mocha pot, your coffee will not have crema. Espresso makers with a crema valve have a pressure valve that sits at the top of the riser tube. At a certain pressure, the coffee is pressed through the valve and thus obtains a beautiful crema.