|Port:||Ningbo or Shanghai|
|Payment Terms:||L/C,T/T,Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||30000 Piece/Pieces per Month|
|Type:||Espresso Coffee Maker|
|Housing Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang China|
|product name:||Espresso Coffee Maker|
|Metal:||S/S 304#,S/S 201# and S/S 430# is available+bakelite handle|
|Surface:||mirror finish and satin finish is available|
|Packaging Detail:||polybag+Color Box or white box+master carton|
Stainless Steel Espresso Coffee Maker/Moka Maker/Italian Coffee maker/Espresso Machine/Coffee Pot/Stove top/Mocha/Cafetera/Cafetiere/Caffettiera
An espresso coffee maker is an Italian steam-based stovetop espresso maker that produces a dark coffee almost as strong as that from a conventional espresso maker.
Moka coffee is produced using only steam’s natural pressure.
It’s suitable for gas stove,electric and induction cooker.
Moka pots are three-chambered metal pots. These pots are available in 2-, 4-, 6- and 9-cup sizes and all come in three parts(see left image):
A. The top chamber is where the brewed coffee ends up.
B. Middle is a perforated coffee basket or funnel to hold the grounds, which should be lightly packed.
C. Bottom chamber holds fresh water and usually has a pressure valve.
First using: Put some unwanted old used coffee grounds and brew. The first pot of coffee should be thrown away. The intent is just to clean the machine out before using it for the first time and to make sure the pressure relief valve is working ok.
If the coffee is not brewing properly, check to see if any steam is escaping from the area where the top and bottom parts screw together.
If you see steam escaping, this can be the sign of two things. If the grind of the coffee is too fine or the coffee is too compacted, the steam cannot force its way through the coffee. You need to screw the top and bottom together more tightly.