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CraigA
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Posted Sun Jul 4, 2010, 9:34am
Subject: Re: Help with replacement carafe?
 

Groch Said:

It may be discontinued.

Posted July 4, 2010 link

It's not, at least not in Canada anyway.

The Krups model for the carafe including the  lid/brew charmber is 046-42.   It used to sell for about $45.  I did a quick search and could not find any in stock.

Here at Krups Canada, it's only $19.95 & I posted about it just recently (Tues June 29th)., please check my post here: "Re: pressure brewer to replace krups moka brew"

Unfortunately it's Canadian sales only..

 
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Posted Sun Jul 18, 2010, 8:35pm
Subject: Re: Krups Moka Brew Pressure Brewer
 

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.

 
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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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