Stovetop Moka Pot Coffee – two key differences and a tip if you use milk 4K UHD

Stovetop is one of the oldest and most universal ways to make coffee, however if done badly it can be bitter and this is where I disagree on two points with most of better your tube videos on making a good Stovetop or moka coffee

1) hot water – you do not need to put water in first!
2) cooling it down – there are much better ways than using a tap!

plus a tip on mixing with milk!

The Bialetti alloy coffee maker:

The Steel Bialetti:

The reducer for bigger gas rings:

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Ravpower twin Nikon DSLR Battery for longer record times:
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2 Replies to “Stovetop Moka Pot Coffee – two key differences and a tip if you use milk 4K UHD”

  1. FlashStarGaming

    Any tips to produce that crema we seen in YouTube videos? I have a 3 cup moka pot and each time i make a cup, it is quite bitter. I use illy's espresso ground coffee. At first, I had an issue where the coffee would splutter everywhere, turns out I wasn't sealing it tight enough. Now that the issue of spluttering is resolved, my coffee is bitter as hell!!

  2. PCVXD

    Boiling water start is terrible, cold water can be okay but I prefer to start with water between 50-70 degrees Celsius and stop it before the little fountain of coffee at the end comes. If you start with cold water the first water that reaches the coffee is about 40 degrees Celsius and the coffee tastes a bit underdeveloped and sour imo.


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