Espresso. Sure, espresso is great, but once my grandmother used ”to make Moka”. I wonder if I remember how to make coffee with moka?!
When we’re at home we can’t always extract an espresso. So we can resort to that object hidden in some corner of the pantry, an object that is becoming fashionable again: the Moka.
Just a small clarification: the drink drawn from coffee takes the name of the extraction system that has been used. Therefore, for example:
… and so on.
Let’s get straight into the matter, without further delay. In order to make coffee with the Moka correctly, you must always keep 8 fundamental steps in mind:
Use Coffee Beans
The first piece of advice I give you is to use the coffee beans and grind them.
In the absence of a grinder, you can opt for the Romcaffè “Classico Moka” or the Romcaffè “Aroma Espresso” (both from the Romcaffè House Line) if you want to increase the strength and intensity of your coffee for equal quantity.
Pay attention to your health
My second piece of advice is the one I care most about: pay attention to Your Health.
When you buy the Moka, remember that the material it is made of is very important: