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Moka Pot

Moka Pot

Our Espresso Makers

Here you will find a selection of espresso makers, coffee makers and stovepots. The moka pot, also known as a macchinetta del caffè (literally "small coffee machine"), is a stove-top or electric coffee maker that produces coffee by passing boiling water pressurized by steam through ground coffee. It was patented for the first time in Italy by the inventor Luigi De Ponti for Alfonso Bialetti in 1933. Bialetti Industrie continues to produce the same model under the name "Moka Express". (Wiki) Bring an Italian classic into your home or office with the a Moka Express stovetop coffee maker. Nearly unchanged from its original 1930s design, the Moka Express produces a rich, authentic espresso in just minutes.

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  1. Alessi Moka Pot - Chipperfield Big Size - 6 cups

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    Volumen 6 Tassen

    Espressokocher aus Aluminium

    Moka Kanne neu interpretiert

    Product Code: 7012

    Availability: In stock

    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 42.00
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  2. Bialetti Frenchpress 0,6 Liter coffee maker

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    Bialetti Frenchpress for 4-6 cups

    Bialetti has been synonymous with Italian coffee culture at home since 1933. This French Press also fits in seamlessly with the style icons of the Italian tradition house Bialetti.

    Product Code: 2469

    Availability: In stock

    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 25.70
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    (Base Price € 25.70 / 1 Pc)
  3. Bialetti Frenchpress 1,0 Liter Coffeemaker

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    Bialetti Frenchpress 1,0 liter
    Product Code: 2466

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    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 29.70
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  4. Bialetti Venus Stainless Steel Espresso Maker 6 cups

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    Bialetti Venus, stainless steel Espresso maker 6 cups
    Product Code: 2420

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    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 31.90
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  5. Bialetti Moka Express 2 cups

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    Bialetti Moka Express, the Original, 2 cups
    Product Code: 2416

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    € 21.90
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  6. Bialetti Moka Express 3 cups

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    Bialetti Moka Express, the Original, Coffeemaker for 3 cups
    Product Code: 2417

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    € 24.90
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  7. Bialetti Moka Express 4 cups

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    Bialetti Moka Express the Classic, 4 cups
    Product Code: 2418

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    € 25.90
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  8. Bialetti Moka Express 6 cups Caffettiera

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    Bialetti Moka Express 6 cups, the Caffettiera
    Product Code: 2419

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    € 27.90
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  9. The Pulcina espresso coffee maker for 6 cups

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    An absolute eye-catcher - Design meets Taste

    Moka stove cooker made of aluminum / black

    Design: Michele De Lucchi 2015

    Product Code: 7001b

    Availability: In stock

    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 74.90
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  10. Alessi Pulcina 6 cups Espresso Maker, red

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    Alessi Pulcina Espresso Maker, 6 cups, designed by Michele de Lucchi, 30cl
    Product Code: 7001r

    Availability: In stock

    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 74.90
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  11. Alessi Moka Coffeemaker 3 cups

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    Alessi Moka Coffeemaker, Design by Allessandro Mendini, 3 cups, 15cl
    Product Code: 7002

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    Standard Delivery Time: 2-5 Days

    € 38.00
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  12. Alessi Pulcina 3 cups Espresso Maker, red

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    Alessi Pulcina Espresso Maker, 3 cups, designed by Michele de Lucchi, 15cl
    Product Code: 7000r

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    € 54.90
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  13. BIALETTI seals and filters for 3/4 cups Coffeemaker

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    BIALETTI, filter and seals for 3 and 4 cups Coffeemaker
    Product Code: 2429

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    € 4.50
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  14. BIALETTI seals and filtersfor 6 cups Coffeemaker

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    BIALETTI, filter and seals for 6 cups Coffeemaker
    Product Code: 2431

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    € 4.30
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  15. Dichtungen und Filter 6 cupn

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    BIALETTI, filter and seals for Stainless Steel Coffeemaker, 6 cups
    Product Code: 2438

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    € 6.30
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Moka Pot and French Press coffee makers

Il mattino ha l’oro… in moka (The morning has gold ... in moka)

The morning has gold...in the mocha
Bialetti moka ExpressTraditional, historical, excellent for every eventuality. For almost a century, the Moka coffee pot has been one of the trademarks of Made in Italy, the symbol of a culinary art capable of making its way around the world for its strong, decisive charisma and for its variety and condescension towards any claim and any pleasure.

Featured in numerous films, the protagonist or spectator in scenes of rare intensity, mentioned in an inconsiderable number of books, songs, treatises or simple posts on social networks, over the years since its ingenious conception, the Moka, or as it is more commonly called in every country in Italy, the coffee maker, is one of the few kitchen utensils that is not missing from any Italian home and, who knows, perhaps even from the rest of the world.

Suffice it to say that since its creation in 1933, thanks to the stroke of genius of Alfonso Bialetti (owner and founder of the Italian brand of the same name), more than 100 million examples have been sold, almost twice as many as the entire population of Italy. In Spain and Portugal, they know it as la napolitana, associating it with the great city born in the shadow of Vesuvius, or la cafeteria de fuego.

And if you were to take a stroll down 53rd Street in New York City and decide to visit the world-famous Museum of Modern Art (MoMa), you might just come across one of the famous Italian coffee pots on display as part of the permanent collection of New York's cradle of modern art.

From Yemen to the genius of Alfonso Bialetti

Moka postcard with the moka pot theme designed for us by Andrey Ruchko
Moka Pot illustration

The Moka coffee maker takes its name from a Middle Eastern city, in Yemen to be exact, which is said to have been one of the earliest and most renowned trading areas for coffee, especially its particularly prized Arabica quality.

Although there is evidence of its existence in the works of the French Enlightenment philosopher Voltaire during the 18th century, it would take another two centuries and the idea of an Italian entrepreneur to see the birth of the first real Moka. And it is said that Bialetti was inspired by one of the simplest daily gestures he could see in his own home: doing the laundry.

In fact, Bialetti was inspired to create this product by watching his wife do the laundry with a washing machine called a lisciveuse; in it there was a sort of boiler (in which the clothes, water and detergent were put) with a tube, the upper end of which was perforated. When the water came to the boil, it went up the tube, where it cooled and came down again, dissolving the detergent, which could be better spread over the cloths and make the work more evident and whiter.

The procedure for preparing coffee in a Moka pot is very similar: you fill the kettle (or boiler) with water up to the safety valve and then insert the filter in which the coffee powder goes (you can find a wide and varied range in our store), before being covered by the pot. It is the pressure caused by the increase in temperature of the water on the stove that gives rise to the tasty and intense drink we enjoy every day.



A range that spans a nation

“Con la Moka Bialetti, il piacere del caffè diventa un rito quotidiano” (With the Bialetti Moka, the pleasure of coffee becomes a daily ritual)

quoting the official website of the Italian brand Bialetti

Alessi Pulcina
Alessi Pulcina caffettiera mokaThe postcard with the coffee pot theme designed for us by AnIf Moka coffee is a faith, then Bialetti was its first prophet. Today, however, his followers have multiplied in numbers and his word is passed down from generation to generation with increasingly modern and technological coffee makers, capable of blending the indissoluble tradition with the advent of new techniques and new means that make coffee preparation an ever more decisive pleasure.

Nowadays there are many variations of a Moka pot, capable of preparing coffee for one person or satisfying the caffeine cravings of an entire family or a large group of friends. In our store, you will find the right Moka for every eventuality, from the three-cup Moka to the six-cup Moka. In addition to the classic design, the new version of the Venus series is available, with a more attractive and modern line and the predisposition for every type of cooker, even induction.

Not only Bialetti, however, but also Alessi, which provides its services with the extravagant but peculiar version of Caffettiera Pulcina, created by designer Michele De Lucchi, which combines utility with characteristic design in perfect harmony. And for lovers of a more traditional look, there's the Moka designed by David Chipperfiled (not to be confused with the famous illusionist of the same name).

In our store you will also find everything you need for the maintenance of your Moka pot, with spare parts ranging from filters to gaskets for every version and type of coffee maker.



French Press, coffee according to the transalpine people
“We are faced with the most underestimated method of preparing coffee”

So writes James Hoffmann in his book The World Atlas of Coffee.

French Press

Back in 1852, the two Frenchmen Mayer and Deforge patented the first piston-operated coffee filtration system, while in 1929 the Italian Attilio Calimani came up with an improved and more precise version.

This is why, despite being known worldwide as the French Press, this method of coffee preparation is disputed between Italy and France. As with the Moka Bialetti, the genesis of this method has a rather singular history.

According to popular legend, the idea came from a Frenchman who, while bringing water to boiling temperature, realized that he had forgotten to add the coffee powder.

Once the coffee was added, he noticed that the grounds had settled to the surface and, in order to save the only portion of coffee he had, he decided to use a metal plate and a stick to press it down and create a drink.

He expected it to taste horrible, but instead, he noticed that it was the best tasting coffee he had ever tasted.

As is often the case, the best ideas come at the times when they are least expected.

An age-old secret

Again, the secret is the right degree of grinding. Ideally, you should use a medium-sized, consistent and evenly ground coffee. If the filter gets clogged or the coffee is cloudy, the powder has been ground too finely.

Bialetti French Press
Bialetti FrenchpressIn our store, French Presses are available in a variety of designs, satisfying the coffee cravings of even 6-8 people at once with an aroma that is full-bodied yet light at the same time. And so, while you're preparing a good French Press coffee, you might feel like an actor for a day, stepping into a scene from the famous 1965 film Ipcress, alongside a charming and charismatic Michael Caine. It was this film that made French Press so popular, because of the scenes in which it was used by the main character.

So whether you prefer the Italian Moka or its French counterpart, the one thing that should never be missing is a good cup of coffee to start the day off right and at the right place.

Let yourself be guided by your desires or be surprised by unknown flavours and mixes that have been specially created to amaze your senses.

Coffee is universal, just like the tools needed to prepare it: born of the genius of a few men, they are now fundamental to everyone's everyday life. Because the day starts with a good breakfast and, remember, "The morning is golden in the mouth (and in the mocha)".

For more information about our coffee makers contact us here or at ☎ 49 40 822 4567 90