COFFEE

AIFESTO

MOKA POT

6 GR OF COFFEE, GROUND ALMOST AS FINELY AS ESPRESSO, AND 50 ML OF COLD WATER IS USED FOR ONE SERVING OF COFFEE. MOKA POT IS DIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS: THE LOWER CHAMBER THAT IS FILLED WITH COLD WATER, THE MIDDLE PART THAT HAS THE FILTER TO WHICH COFFEE IS ADDED AND THE UPPER PART WHERE THE COFFEE IS MADE AS THE STEAM OF THE BOILING WATER PASSES THROUGH THE FILTER. LOWER CHAMBER IS FILLED WITH COLD WATER. THE MIDDLE PART WITH THE METAL FILTER IS CLOSED ON TOP OF IT. THEN THE UPPER PART IS SCREWED ONTO THE BASE AND THE POT IS PLACED OVER THE HEAT SOURCE. THE WATER IS BROUGHT TO ITS BOILING POINT WHILE THE OUTLET OF STEAM IS BEING OBSERVED. THE STEAM OF THE BOILING WATER AND COFFEE PASS THROUGH THE FILTER AND THE COFFEE IS COLLECTED IN THE UPPER CHAMBER READY TO BE SERVED.

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