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Moka coffee pot - an insult to good coffee?

edited November 2018 in Have your say
Can't say I agree with Matt Holden on this (see article); 'boil the crap out of it' Moka - one of the worst insults to good coffee ever invented IMHO!

Link: https://www.theage.com.au/lifestyle/life-and-relationships/make-mine-a-moka-pot-20181030-p50cxz.html

Comments

  • If you ‘boil the crap out of it’ you’re not using it right. Unfortunately it’s true that more often than not this is the way a moka pot is used. I’m sure I could make a moka pot brew that’d be adequate for most coffee fanatics even if it wasn’t the best thing they’d ever had.
  • Leroy, I'd have to agree that quite an acceptable brew is possible from a Moka pot, just as unbelievably bad brews can be made with an all-singing, all-dancing espresso set up....beans and operator are crucial to anything but one of those poxy pod thing's
  • on 1553326207:
    Leroy, I'd have to agree that quite an acceptable brew is possible from a Moka pot, just as unbelievably bad brews can be made with an all-singing, all-dancing espresso set up....beans and operator are crucial to anything but one of those poxy pod thing's
    Poxy-Pods... GOLD!! I call them Neswretch-o!
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