THE TRADITIONAL ESPRESSO MAKER FROM ITALY
Specialized in excellent moka preparation, the espresso maker can convince. If you're not already one of those enthusiasts who swear by making coffee with an espresso maker: Here's why it's worth taking a closer look at the classic Italian espresso maker and what you should consider if you want to buy an espresso maker. The classic coffee maker now comes in many shapes, colors, different capacities, as well as different adaptations to stove types. The stovetop pot is available as an espresso maker for the gas stove and ceramic hobs, but you can also buy espresso maker models for the induction stove at Aromatico.
WITH A MOCHA POT TO ESPRESSO WITH ITALIAN FLAIR
If you want to enjoy a wonderfully full-bodied tasting coffee and also enjoy the typical Italian flair, you only need a few components. For your espresso from the mocha pot you need:
- Espresso grounds (preferably freshly ground).
- An espresso pot
- Stove top
The best thing about making espresso with an espresso maker is that, in addition to being dead easy to prepare, there's no additional waste to dispose of, such as a coffee capsule or paper filter.
Therefore, the espresso maker is especially popular with travelers who use the mocha pot on the road as a camping stove. So when you buy a mocha pot, you're contributing a little something to the Zero Waste movement every day!
BUY A BIALETTI MOCHA POT AND DISCOVER MODERN VARIATIONS
For 100 years now, the octagonal espresso pots Originale by BIALETTI have enjoyed unbroken popularity. They are made of aluminum and have long since achieved cult status. In addition to the octagonal version made of aluminum, Bialetti has regularly launched new models on the market in recent years. If you want to buy an espresso maker, you can choose between different colors and sizes. The sizes, or milliliter volumes, of espresso makers vary from one cup for single households to Bialettis that can brew 18 cups of espresso per run. But it's not just the size and color that can be selected; Aromatico now has a mocha pot for sale for all types of stoves. The New Venus Mocha Pot Induction as well as the New Moka Induction are optimal for preparation on the induction stove.
A CEREMONY THAT AWAKENS YOUR SPIRITS
The ritual of preparing coffee with an espresso pot conjures up a touch of dolce vita in your cup every day. This feeling arises at the latest when you notice from the gentle gurgling of the rising coffee that the pot can be taken off the stove top. The delicious aroma of fresh moka wafts throughout the room, awakening the anticipation of espresso enjoyment. The ceremony consists of several individual steps, if you still need help with this, feel free to check out our tutorial for making espresso with the espresso maker!