Mark, the foam produced in the first half of the pot is probably the C02 bloom, being washed out of the coffee bed. I did a brew of coffee in day 2 from roasting and ...gee whiz ...I had almost half a potful of it.
I agree with everything you said in your review.
I am currently working through the prob of how to fill the basket with grinds while keeping them within the seal and not all over the counter and kitchen floor.
Balikash Junior Member Joined: 9 Feb 2014 Posts: 1 Location: California Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sun Feb 9, 2014, 10:34am Subject: Re: Krups Moka Brew Pressure Brewer
I see the last post here is from 2010. I used the Moka brew when I lived in France and bought one long Ago, as soon as is became available in the U.S. Does anyone know where to get a new carafe for the moka brew? Mine has a crack :(
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