Bialetti Moka is one of the biggest names in the world of stop top MOKA pots, with their founder being the original invention for the appliances, so they know what they’re doing.
All of the variants in this category is the conventional octagonal form first formulated by i Bialetti Moka Argos and is made from aluminum for efficient heat moving.
The ergonomic handle is simple to grip and hold, but you have to use low heat to make sure it does not get too warm to grasp and possibly melt.
Features Bialetti Moka
It’s suitable for every cooktops bar induction hobs, the elegance of stop top MOKA pots is that you can adjust the water volumes and amount of coffee simply to suit your taste, and we found changing the quantities for just 1 cup for strong coffee was easy enough.
The coffee made tastes superb, so if you are only thinking of getting a MOKA pot for using when going on holiday or camping, you will be pleasantly amazed to hear it is best enough to use each day at home too.
The taste of the coffee surely rivaled that of the machines worth the money.
Though, the coffee in the smaller sized pots normally tasted better than that from the bigger pots.
This does make sense in a way, as smaller pots probably provide the coffee more chance to infuse, but is something to keep in mind if the eighteen cups design appeals to you the most.
Just keep in mind to read the instruction completely before you start – the coffee produced is simply to burn, and it quite strong as well as you might need less powder than you think.
Reasons to purchase
- Loads of sizes to select from
- Traditional octagonal design
Reasons to Avoid
- Has to be cleaned in detail and dried due to shape