Make Coffee With Moka Pot

Nov 25, 2022

Making a cup of coffee with a Moka Pot is a bit like falling head over heels in love with coffee. Picture this: an upside-down process that brews a cup so intense, aromatic, and full-bodied, you'll find yourself reeling. If you have never been a coffee lover before, this will turn you into one.

In this compact brewer, steam is forced to pass through the coffee, collecting the rich liquid that moves upwards, ensuring every drop is infused to perfection. 

Forget the science behind it; let's focus on what you need for this magical brew:

  • 15 grams of medium fine ground, slightly granulated coffee - Dare Devil (recommended)
  • Some hot water
  • A Moka Pot

Here are the steps to brewing magic:

  1. Start with 15 grams of coffee, ground to a medium-fine consistency: a little coarser than what you'd use for a true espresso machine, and just a tad bit larger than granulated sugar.
  2. Fill the Moka pot's bottom chamber with water up to the valve level. Gently place the funnel inside the pot.
  3. Add the ground coffee to the funnel, level it, and wipe the rim clean. No need to tamp the grounds; we're making this easy for you.
  4. Tighten the Moka pot's spouted top securely.
  5. Set the Moka pot on a stove over medium heat.
  6. As the water nears a boil, watch the magic unfold. The pressure will slowly push the coffee into the upper chamber.
  7. Turn off the heat, remove the Moka pot, and behold your creation.

Pour the magical brew into your cup, and customize it with milk or sugar according to your taste. Alternatively, you can savor its robust essence in its pure, black form.

This reverse infusion method guarantees a robust, aromatic taste—a symphony of flavors in every sip. Choose the perfect coffee beans to enjoy this black joe or enhance it with the right proportions of milk and sugar for a tailored experience. 

Now, every cup is a story, and every sip is an adventure!