Moka Pot was invented way back in 1933. It also known as coffee maker or espresso maker. It is widely used in Europe and Latin America.
By heating up the boiler, the pressurized steam inside the boiler creating high pressure. The boiling water will passing through the coffee grounds and producing coffee.
Manufacturing of Stainless Steel Moka Pot is very complicated. It involve over 80 manufacturing processes including blanking, deep drawing, forming, argon welding, laser welding, polishing, etc.
Besides that, a lot of tests have to be conducted during and after assembly so as to make sure the quality and the safety of Moka Pot are up to standard.
Stainless Steel Moka Pot is food safe and it can be used on both induction cooker and stovetop.
The favour of coffee depends on bean, roast level, fineness of grinds, water profile and the level of heat used. Coffee from moka pot has increase extraction of caffeine and favours from grounds compared with filter coffee as a result in a stronger brew than that obtained by drip brew. Moka Pot can also create a foam emulsion (crema) as well.
Stainless Steel Moka Pot is dishwasher safety and can be cleaned with detergent. With care use, Stainless Steel Moka Pot can serve for years.