MILANO Stovetop Espresso Maker - #1 Dad (Custom Laser Etched) - Pack of 4
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Give the Gift of Authentic Stovetop Espresso at Home
The MILANO from GROSCHE is a classic Italian stovetop espresso maker, also called Moka pot, and these custom #1 Dad MILANOs are the perfect gift ideas for dad. It’s the perfect gift for any dad who loves the taste of a strong shot or double shot of espresso coffee.
Compared to filter coffee makers, this brewing method extracts more caffeine and flavours. This gives stovetop espresso a stronger and richer brew than a percolator. The custom MILANO Stovetop Espresso Makers will make your dad feel extra special and will also make their espresso experience perfect every time.
How to Make Stovetop Espresso
- Firstly remove the top part and the filter funnel of the coffee maker and fill the lower part with cold fresh water. Make sure not to fill past the safety valve.
- Then fill the filter funnel with freshly fine ground espresso coffee. Once that’s done, put the filter funnel back into the lower part of the MILANO and screw the top part back on. We recommend the Smooth silver espresso as our favorite coffee for the Milano making Italian style moka coffee.
- Next, put the MILANO on your stove on a low flame setting. Turn the stove down when coffee bubbles up from the filter funnel and into the upper section. The gurgling sound will have stopped indicating the coffee is ready
- Finally, remove the MILANO from your stovetop and serve. You can drink the coffee as a strong, flavourful espresso or use as a base for a cappuccino.
- Available in 3 cup, 6 cup, and 9 cup sizes
- Certified safety valve
- Italian design
- Replacement parts available
Safe for many stovetops!
The Milano stovetop espresso maker is safe for many kinds of stove tops like: Electric coil, electric glass top, gas stoves, propane, or camping stoves as well. Unfortunately, because this espresso maker is made of alluminum, it can not be used with induction stoves.
How to care for your Moka pot
They say the older these pots are, the better they work. They can last a lifetime with proper care. Always hand wash them, and never put them in the dishwasher. In a dishwasher the aluminum will tarnish and turn black. Every 3-6 months or so you should consider changing the silicone seal that is in the pots and the one that maintains pressure in the boiler section to brew the fine ground coffee.