The History of Espresso
Espresso is a specialty coffee brewed by forcing small amounts of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. Espresso is generally thicker and more concentrated than coffee brewed by other methods.
How to Use
1.Unscrew the 3 parts of your espresso pot, fill the base with water to just below the safety valve.
2.Fill the stainless steel funnel with coffee grounds(medium or fine recommended, no need to tamp or press, make sure no
leftover on the edge to avoid coffee taste bitter). Then screw the low chamber and upper pot back together tightly.
3.Place the espresso maker on low to medium heat, and wait for the water to boil and the coffee to percolate, it will make a
gurgling sound. When the upper pot is about 3/4 full, remove the espresso maker from stove and wait it slightly cool before serving.
-Material: Food Grade Stainless Steel
-Overall Dimension: 7″ x 3.5″(H*D)
-Capacity: 6 Cup(small demitasse cups)
-Package Content: 1 x Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker
Premium Stainless Steel Coffee Maker – High quality food grade stainless steel is food safe, sanitary, and durable.
Updated Ergonomic Hand – Newly designed ernomoic handle is comfortable for finger grip and easy handling.
Makes 6 Demitasse Espresso Shots – Capacity of 6 demitasse(1 1/2 oz) cups, prepare yourself with freshly-brewed espresso everyday at home and enjoy the moment with your family or friends, no need to repeat the process multiple times for multiple coffees anymore, put overprice coffee shop behinds!
Stay Cool Silicone Handle – Heat resistant handle keeps your hand comfortable, assures easy handling, and allows for an even pour every time. It’s easy to use, store, and clean.
Modern&Elegant Look – An redesigned contemporary appearance makes it a great addition to any kitchen. Ideal for both as a home coffee maker or travel coffee maker.
Stovetop Espresso Maker – Moka Pot 6 Cups Demitasse Espresso Shot…
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