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hairykrishna
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Posted Tue Nov 5, 2013, 4:51am
Subject: Stove top pot that takes pods?
 

Hi all, I'm a newbie after some of your coffee equipment expertise...

Is there such a thing as a stove top Moka pot, with a ESE pod adapter? I've tried searching with little success. The closest I found was some kind of nespresso pod adapter thingy that doesn't actually seem to exist outside of computer renders.
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Posted Tue Nov 5, 2013, 8:02am
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Not that I know of.  A hand grinder is not very much money.  About 40$ from amazon can grind for espresso.  And I believe the stove top pot is a lot less picky.   But I would get one that could in case you move up and it would make a good travel grinder.

 
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Posted Tue Nov 5, 2013, 8:53am
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I actually have a Dualit burr grinder at home which works well for my stove top pot there. I'm actually looking to minimise my faffing around / cleaning at work.
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Posted Tue Nov 5, 2013, 10:49am
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I am not aware of one either

 
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