We offer the Bialetti Moka Pots in two sizes: 3 cups and 6 cups. However, it's important to note that the serving sizes may not be exactly equivalent. The Bialetti 3-cup Moka Pot has a capacity of 130ml or 4.4oz, making it perfect for one or two servings. On the other hand, the 6-cup Moka Pot has a capacity of 270ml or 9.1oz, which is suitable for serving 3 to 4 people.
Yes, a Bialetti Stovetop Espresso Maker brews excellent coffee. It is known for producing strong and flavourful espresso with a rich crema. The Italian traditional brewing method and quality construction of Bialetti Moka Pots ensure a delightful coffee experience that is enjoyed by coffee enthusiasts worldwide.
At Nuddy Coffee, we offer two Bialetti coffee makers - the Bialetti Moka Induction Stovetop Brewer and the Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Brewer. We recommend opting for the Induction Brewer if your home has an induction stovetop, and the Express Brewer for all other stove tops. Both Bialetti coffee makers are the perfect addition to any coffee lover's home. Explore our Bialetti Aluminium Milk Frother if you’re a cappuccino or latte lover.
To make espresso coffee with a Bialetti, start by adding water to the lower chamber and coffee grounds to the filter basket. Assemble the pot and place it on a stove top over medium heat. The water temperature will increase, creating pressure that pushes the brewed coffee to the upper chamber. Once you hear a gurgling sound, remove the Bialetti from the stove top and let it sit for a few seconds. Finally, pour the delicious, flavourful espresso into your cup and enjoy.
Explore our step-by-step espresso brew guide for more information.
Yes, the Bialetti Moka Induction Stovetop Brewer is specifically designed for use on induction cooktops. This coffee maker combines the classic Bialetti Moka Pot design with the functionality of an induction stove top, and is created with durable copper materials and a heat-resistant handle to allow for efficient heat distribution and easy pouring.
Yes, you can leave brewed coffee in a Bialetti Moka Pots. However, leaving coffee in a Bialetti for an extended period may potentially stain or damage it over time. This is because coffee contains oils and acids that can gradually build up and leave residue on the interior surface of the pot. Eventually, this residue can affect the taste of future brews and may be challenging to remove.
It is recommended to empty the pot promptly after brewing and clean it thoroughly with water to maintain its quality and longevity. Regular cleaning will help prevent staining and ensure that your Bialetti remains in excellent condition.
To froth milk with the Bialetti Tuttocrema Aluminium Milk Frother, first heat the desired amount of milk in a pot or microwave until it's warm but not boiling.
Fill the Bialetti Milk Frother with the heated milk up to the recommended fill line. Attach the lid securely and pump the handle up and down vigorously for about 30 seconds or until the milk reaches your desired frothiness. Finally, pour the frothed milk into your coffee or espresso for a delicious and flavourful addition to your drink.
To clean your Bialetti Coffee Maker, disassemble the brewer and hand wash the parts using mild detergent and warm water. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely before reassembling. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive scrubbers to avoid damaging the copper. Regularly check and replace the gasket if it shows signs of wear.
Additionally, descale your Bialette periodically to remove mineral deposits using a vinegar and water solution or a commercial descaling product following the manufacturer's instructions.
Most items are covered by manufacturers warranty and Nuddy Coffee, as the distributor, will be happy to communicate and arrange assessment, repair or replacement if the manufacturer deems the product as warrantable. See more about our warranty and refund policy here.