How to Use a Moka Pot/Macchinetta/Stove-Top Coffee Percolator



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11 Replies to “How to Use a Moka Pot/Macchinetta/Stove-Top Coffee Percolator”

  1. LPmitUminatorHD

    Works very well>>>ur2.pl/1153 and it seems the coffee tastes better than with our old one. We like the programmable feature where we can set everything up before bedtime, and the coffee is brewed the next morning ready for our normal awakening.

  2. Angela Hagood

    I have wanted to use one of these but thought I had to use a gas stove. Now I’m not so intimidated. Thanks.

  3. Because I said so!!!

    Nice video overall. Okay, despite all the points made in the other posts (blade grinder, Starbucks, tamping) I bet you that still made a very tasty cup of coffee! I love my Moka pot! The flavor is amazing, cleanup is a breeze, and if I made a YouTube video I'm sure someone would tell me I'm doing something wrong. LOL Coffee is like religious thing to so many… Thanks for having the courage to post the video! I enjoyed it!

  4. Colm Mac Diarmada

    Great enthusiasm but 3 improvement for better coffee no matter what brand your using. Im not a coffee snob but this is basic stuff:1. Don't pat down the coffee in the funnel. Its meant to be full but lose to improve the flow and taste.2. ALWAYS fill the water to top. (just below safety valve. ) . The pot is designed to boil exactly the amount of water needed for the coffee in the funnel. This is for the taste to be optimum. 3. The lower the heat the longer it takes the better the brew.

  5. KHP Bdg

    I believe the purpose of this video is how to use a moka-pot. Not how to make a great coffee or how to use a grinder. I may be able to get some luwak fine grind coffee easier here than the others but again that is not the point. IMHO this is quite good, simple and clear instruction. Thanks mate!

  6. CyprusXCM

    Please take some more time and learn what you are doing before trying to teach others 🙂 I like the enthusiasm but I would advise you on a few things if you would like to better your coffee experience.

    1) Invest on a grinder with conical burrs instead of the blade grinder you have.
    2) Use fresh coffee beans and not starbucks or any other kind of stale coffee.
    3) Understand that what you are drinking is NOT espresso  🙂

  7. Joel Byron

    The pan is to stop heat from getting to the ground beans and ruining the taste before the water heats up. I'd recommend getting a cheap and adjustable burr grinder to get even grinds rather than the chunks and powder combo that a blade grinder creates which are bad for flavour extraction. Also this is not technically espresso, espresso is a way of making coffee at high pressure, which a moka pot doesn't reach, not a grind or roast of bean. Happy to see someone experimenting with new coffee methods but some points needed to be cleared up.

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