Moka Pot (Cafetiere)
(Recommended ratio of 1:7)
The hexagonal design by Alfonso Bialetti has been the most common ever since its creation in 1933. It is a manual brewing method that is both easy and enjoyable and produces a home-made espresso.
- low-tech and cheap
- Does not produce true crema
|1. Ground the Beans on a fine to medium gradient (BLACKCoffee recommends Costa Rica Tarrazu medium roasted beans or Nicaragua Guadalupana)||2. Fill the lower compartment of the stove top with hot water until it reaches the tiny hole on its side.|
|3. Pour 18g of freshly ground coffee into the basket on top of the lower compartment of the stove top. This is available for retail at BLACK Coffee by Cafe Younes||4. Close the two compartments firmly and allow it to get heated on a stove or sand box.|
|5. Wait for few seconds after the coffee moves from the lower to the upper part.||6. Pour the coffee into a cup and serve.|