Hi, my question is about that rubber ring. To answer your question.
Hi, thanks for the tips — hope you can help with my question… I have a steel pot made by Stellar for my induction hob, and for some reason the brew always comes out a bit bitter.
However, I had an international visitor who asked for a cup of coffee and when he saw the moka, he said he could make it himself.
I am using good quality whittards beans and a hand grinder on the fine setting. I have even set bread on fire in a microwave when trying to make croutons and experimenting on the limits of bread in a microwave. It seems a regular occurrence.
Bialetti 222 is stamped into the base. To make my parents a coffee each. I just replaced the seal. Good advice about the seals. I did mention them on this post originally but was trying to drum up some trade for the Whittards promo so cut out the link. Frantic Googling brought up your page.
It will work with however much coffee is in there, only the strength and thickness will change. Have you any idea as to where I could source one of these heaters in the UK? Also have you tried all the delicious coffees at Monmouth Coffees??
It will give it a bit of shine and expose the under metal. Like I can feel the coffee solid in my mouth which I do not appreciate.
Hi Haley, Sorry to hear about your coffee pot troubles!Bialetti Stovetop Espresso Pots - CR Comparison
Fill the bottom chamber with cold water. Wikipedia — References on stovetop espresso machine brewing temperature and atmospheres of pressure data. Follow these simple steps to get a decent espresso on the go:. Great stuff, Nick.