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:
All my videos are shot at 4K or higher at 24fps or more on one / all of the following:
-Nikon D7500 with 10.5mm f2.8 , 16-80 2.8-4 or 40mm f2.8 macro
-iPhone 11 pro / Xs Max / 6s sometimes with a Ulanzi anamorphic lens adapter: and case to hold the lens:
-GoPro hero 4 Black (old but still has best mic)
-Insta360 One X
-DJI Mavic Air
and these accessories:
Ravpower twin Nikon DSLR Battery for longer record times:
Cheap LED video light (makes huge difference, when I remember to use it!)
Adjustable grip anything tripod / gopro mount:
bar / stem tripod / gopro mount:
USB 3.0 / USB-C external SSD to live edit / store / hot back-up from (amazing)
Sandisk 128gb SD card x about 10:
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