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Product Details
Overall Rating 8.7, Based on 13 Reviews
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Manufacturer Bialetti
Machine Type Stovetop espresso, moka pot, stove coffee brewer
Colors Aluminum, Other Colours
Class Stovetop Espresso
Pro Review No
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Venerable moka pot / stovetop espresso maker based on the original design created by Bialetti in the 1930s. Aluminum construction

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Andre Vieira (quality: 9.0) 01.27.2009 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: Moka 3-cup
Bottom Line: Amazing cheap product, that provides a different kind of coffee. Personally I love it! Some people don't, but I think it's a life experience to try it at least once.
Laura Taylor (quality: 8.3) 07.27.2002 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: Moka Express 6 cup
Bottom Line: Affordable, uncomplicated, delivers espresso-like coffee, ideal for travel use
Paula Campbell (quality: 8.3) 10.30.2007 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: Moka Express 6-cup
Bottom Line: Moka Pots make good coffee!!
Elvira Stathatou (quality: 8.2) 01.16.2006 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: Moka Express 6 cup
Bottom Line: Quoting an Italian coffee professional: "There are two options for espresso: If you can afford a good professional coffee maker, go for it and open a coffee shop. Otherwise a Bialetti makes better coffee than all home coffee makers". Less IS more!
Colleen Canavan (quality: 7.6) 02.27.2007 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: 9 Cup Model
Bottom Line: It's really great and worth the money!  Made in Italy, what more can you say?
Viktor Klimo (quality: 7.2) 12.28.2004 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: Moka Express
Bottom Line: trully the espresso you can enjoy at your home, just like the Bialetti slogan says...
Michael Woods (quality: 7.2) 12.02.2004 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: Moka Express 3 cup
Bottom Line: I like this little coffee maker. But I have to try a bigger one than the 3 cup(they should make a 4 cup that fills my coffee mug). Over all good coffee made easy at right price.
Bob Todrick (quality: 6.5) 01.30.2006 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: Moka Express
Bottom Line: It won't replace my Saeco by any stretch...but it'll definitely see daily use.
Stephen Matta (quality: 5.0) 09.04.2006 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: 6 cup model
Bottom Line: Fan-freaking-tastic
Chris Smith (quality: 4.0) 04.27.2010 Rating: 10.0
Product Reviewed: Moka 3 cup
Bottom Line: If you want good coffee or espresso without paying a ton, buy this.
Bob Pasternak (quality: 3.0) 06.10.2011 Rating: 5.6
Product Reviewed: Moka Express
Bottom Line: You're not paying attention if you like the taste of Moka Pot Coffee.  Or perhaps your taste buds have atrophied.
Rogerpaul Leon (quality: 2.0) 04.01.2011 Rating: 9.6
Product Reviewed: 3 Cup Moka Express alum
Bottom Line: a great cup of MOKA coffee.
Matthew C 07.09.2011 Rating: 8.0
Product Reviewed: Moka
Bottom Line: Absolutley worth a try, pays for itsself in a few uses.
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