How to use a Stovetop Espresso Maker



I take a look at how you can make a great cup of coffee using a stovetop espresso maker, or sometimes called a Moka Pot. These are very easy to use once you know how, and will have you coming back for more!
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28 Replies to “How to use a Stovetop Espresso Maker”

  1. Ravenslip #

    Stainless steel percolator is better. Aluminium is cheaper however, it is linked to elsimers or something like that.

  2. Brook Ray

    Thank you for the helpful video! I was sitting here in Italy looking at the device thinking, how the hell?
    Now I'm enjoying my coffee.
    Cheers!

  3. Dee Jones

    Thank you: I just got one like this on eBay and didn’t know what to do till I saw your teaching. Great job…

  4. Kris Simpson

    Because the water is under pressure, if the pellet is not packed well enough, the water will find it's way through the spaces (path of least resistance) and will not go through the grounds evenly, extracting less coffee.

  5. April Grinaway

    Thank you for this video. You’re easy to understand and informative. I’m going to make some right now!

  6. Sean S

    Great video! I was a little confused as to how to brew a regular cup of coffee with this but it makes sense that you dilute the concentrate from this maker a bit with a little extra water! I never would have guessed that honestly, so I'm glad I came across this. Great info!

  7. Mick M

    I have been tamping mine down and boiling too fast I think though it makes a good coffee anyway. Important to get a spare gasket ring when you buy the machine as they can be hard to get as models change. At the moment I have 'Woolworths Select' coffee beans so whatever I do my coffee tastes like creek water at the moment (lol) So it really starts with a decent coffee bean. Also, generally avoid environmental sales pitches or coffee that supports some fringe group of farmers somewhere because they are usually awful, more expensive, and hence try and guilt or SJW you into drinking it and telling the next poor sod it tastes ok when deep down you know its manky.

  8. Mary Hernández

    Nice video; I just got a tiny coffee maker and I was debating if it was too small. But know It makes sense 👍🏻

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