8.3, Based on 12 Reviews
Stovetop espresso, moka pot, stove coffee brewer
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Slightly modern twist on the classic Bialetti moka pot - this one's got a clear insert in the lid so you can see the coffee brewing. Also froths your coffee a bit, producing froth. Available in various sizes.
Guido Klerk (quality: 5.4)
Bottom Line: crema is fake. terribly overbrews my good coffee. have given up on it after a few weeks. (i dont like mokapots in general)
Yaron Abramov (quality: 8.5)
Bottom Line: Best coffee experience you can find at a low budget...
Jan-Renier Moonen (quality: 7.6)
Bottom Line: Experience the art of brewing coffee and savor a great cup afterwards!
Alexandre Enkerli (quality: 8.9)
Bottom Line: Consistently awesome shots!
Claus Stovgaard (quality: 7.4)
Bottom Line: Easily the best tasting coffee this side of a semi pro espresso machine for a tiny fraction of the cost.
Paulie Walnuts (quality: 8.7)
Bottom Line: Best stove top espresso i've ever made. Takes some tinkering with the grind to get reliable crema but worth the effort for under $40.00.
Jeremy Close (quality: 7.9)
Bottom Line: I feel no need for an espresso machine now and I think others might agree if the tried it.
Thomas Gauperaa (quality: 6.9)
Bottom Line: Moka coffee with crema, adds to experience even though only cosmectic
Hap Shaughnessy (quality: 8.0)
Bottom Line: The cheapest way to make great Italian espresso. Better than most $200 pump machines.
Erik Tronstad (quality: 7.0)
Bottom Line: The best, cheapest and most charming way to make moka coffee with rich crema on a budget.
Jeff Ballard (quality: 7.5)
Bottom Line: Cute, fun to use, and can produce excellent coffee
Peter Johansson (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: The only moka pot that can make a good froth. Hard to master but definately makes an interesting espresso.
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