|You will need: Freshly roasted coffee, A burr grinder A Moka pot, Cups, A Stove, And a scale but that is not a necessity,|
|First I weigh 30 grams of coffee, this is for a |
six cup moka pot that will produce 12 oz brewed coffee.
|Grind em up, I use a medium grind so grounds don't fit through |
the holes of the filter basket.
|I use my electric kettle to boil water before brewing to speed up the entire process|
and hopefully preventing over extraction.
|Fill the bottom chamber up to the fill line.|
|Dump the ground coffee into the filter basked that i forgot to take a picture of.|
|Screw the top on and put that thing on the stove. If you used hot water, like me use a tea towel to hold the bottom chamber so you don't burn your hands off.|
|Pre-heat the cups with boiled water.|
|Place your moka pot on the stove at medium low heat.|
|A couple of minutes later coffee begins flowing slowly out of the holes.|
|When it makes a gurgling nose called the burp turn the heat off. Be sure to close the lid if it's open!|
|Pour and serve. add milk if you are a sissy.|
|NOM! NOM! NOM!|
If this has sparked your interest you can pick up a moka pot at millions of locations on the internet.
Many big box stores carry them as well, i also see them at TJ maxx and Marshall's every once in a while.