Bialetti Moka Pot Stovetop Coffee Maker and Spare Parts

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Bialetti Coffee Maker and Moka Coffee Makers

What is a moka pot? It’s a stove top coffee maker created in 1933 for Alfonso Bialetti, hence the well renowned name.

Bialetti Coffee Maker became a well reputable, Italian stovetop espresso company which rapidly became adopted into many homes around the world. Moka pots are either made from stainless steel or an aluminum body. These materials are designed to withstand the heat of hot stoves and resist rust. It's sturdy design makes this brewing device incredibly versatile.

The Bialetti Coffee Maker celebrates more than 80 years of classic design elegance and technological simplicity. From the early 1950s to the present day, Bialetti has manufactured over 200 million coffee makers. In particular, the original bialetti moka express has become iconic and has allowed millions of consumers to enjoy great Italian coffee.

The stovetop espresso maker has a water chamber at the base of the brewing device which holds water whilst it is heated for brewing. This water is filled below the safety valve to ensure safety when brewing.

Above the water chamber is a coffee basket, where the ground coffee is placed. The coffee basket of the bialetti moka pot holds the coffee grounds and has many tiny holes on the base. These incredibly small holes allow steam to rise and begin to extract all those tasty flavours.

The filter screen sits above the Coffee Basket which allows the brewed coffee to rise but not the grounds. The pressure created from the water chamber forces water upwards and out of the funnel running through the centre of the device. This then results in two spouts flowing freshly brewed coffee into the upper chamber. Once bubbling is heard, the extraction process is complete, your espresso coffee is ready.

Bialetti's Moka pot coffee is a rich, viscous, authentic espresso brewed in just minutes. The aluminum pot features Bialetti’s distinctive eight-sided shape allowing optimal heat diffusion.

For those preferring a smoother coffee taste, Bialetti’s stainless stove-top pots embody our legendary easy to use sleek contemporary designs. Bialetti’s legacy lies in quality and reliability. It lives on in these lines of coffee makers crafted in high-quality 18/10 stainless with ergonomic, heat-resistant handles. A durable, low cost, space efficient and minimalist alternative to the classic espresso machine.

Be sure to check out other methods of brewing such as Batch Brew, French Press, Cold Brew or Aeropress. We also have a range of Coffee Grinders as we know you always need the freshest beans to create the most delicious cup. Have a look into some of our favourite brands such as Frank Green, Moccamaster, La Marzocco and Breville for a range of either portable coffee or coffee equipment.

Thanks to Bialetti Australia now everyone can enjoy the unique taste of stovetop brews from home.

What you’ll need to make Stove Top / Moka Pot Coffee

  • Stovetop
  • Medium grind coffee
  • Filtered water
  • Grinder: we used the Timemore C2

Stove Top / Moka Pot Coffee Recipe

  • Brew Ratio - Traditional: 13:100
  • Coffee: 4 - 47 g grams (depending on cup size)
  • Grind coffee: Medium Coarse
  • Water: 60 ml - 775 ml
  • Brewer: Bialetti Moka

Moka Pot Coffee Brew Guide:

  • Using coffee ground for stovetop fill the filter basket so it is level at the top
  • Fill the water reservoir to just below the safety valve.
  • Place the filter basket into the water reservoir and screw in the top brew chamber.
  • Place on your stove (preferably the smallest burner)
  • Allow to brew at medium heat setting.
  • Once you hear a hissing/gurgling sound remove from heat and serve.