HOW TO USE MOKA POT
Geyser coffee makers (Moka) are one of the family's most popular and favorite ways of making coffee. Although this is a rather old way, invented in Italy, these are family heirlooms that have been passed down for generations.
Moka gained popularity in Italy because anyone could prepare the same delicious coffee at home instead of going to coffee shops. It became very common in the 30s of the last century - the economic crisis did not make it affordable for Italians to visit cafes as often as before.
A Moka has several sections: a water tank, a coffee layer, and an upper section for collecting the drink. Under the influence of high temperature and increased pressure, the water vapor is passing through the funnel with the ground coffee, collecting the coffee in the upper storage. Using this method requires a slightly coarser grind than espresso.
COFFEE GEAR AND EQUIPMENT FOR COFFEE BREWING