Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker

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Bestseller Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker
Made in Italy
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39A03.07 Single Espresso Maker

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39A03.06 Double Espresso Maker

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78A02.06 Double Walled Stainless Espresso Cup

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Operating this Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker is very simple. After putting in the water and coffee grounds to the recommended levels (full instructions are included), place one of our double walled Stainless Steel cups (not included) on the built-in platform, place over a medium flame and wait. After only a couple of minutes, a dark, rich stream of delicious brew flows into your waiting cup. All that’s left for you to do is to enjoy it. Available as single or a double spout depending on your caffeine needs.

If you love espresso but balk at the price and complexity of the fancier machines out there, this elegant and easy to use version is just the ticket.
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  • Stainless dual expresso maker.

    Richard Davis, 5/14/2018 We don't use aluminum in preparation of any of our food and drink. This fits our requirements to a tee. It makes two nice expresso cups. We just ordered the stainless dual walled matching cups to have the heat last longer.
  • Fun

    Jim Landers, 5/8/2018 I was amazed when it worked. Am still experimenting with grinds and amounts of coffee.
  • Nice pot. Had a quality issue that I was able to fix...

    Rob, 4/1/2018 Ordering, delivery and price just right, thanks! It was out of the manufacturer’s box and flopping around with other items I bought, but no damage. There were no instructions (not that I need them because I’m familiar with moka pots, plus they are online). Thought I’d have to send back due to some loose flashing or metal around the spout cap on top (kind of difficult to describe)… and it's slightly cocked at an angle. I was able to clean that up and put it on the stove for a boiling water test and it leaked… however I ran several coffee shots through it and no leak, so I’ll keep it (I feel confident that the spout cap is not loose or broken). Still trying to get the grind just right. Tried the same grind (medium fine) and tamping as my similar sized aluminum pot and it was too fine (shot took forever and of course bitter). Made it less fine and brew was not strong enough. I think I’ll be able to dial it in. I was hoping this stainless steel version would taste even better than my aluminum pot that I like… jury is still out on that.
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