Italian Bialetti is familiar to many quality coffee lovers. Make your perfect cup of coffee with Bialetti’s timeless Moka pot or French press. Bialetti combines practicality with elegant design to... Read more
Italian Bialetti is familiar to many quality coffee lovers. Make your perfect cup of coffee with Bialetti’s timeless Moka pot or French press. Bialetti combines practicality with elegant design to provide you with the best possible coffee experience. Therefore, it is no wonder that the iconic MOKA pot has been on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The same can’t be said of many other coffee pots. We also offer accessories and spare parts, such as filters and replacement rings, for Bialetti pots on our webstore.
The Moka pot is used with finer grinded coffee than regular drip coffee, but a bit coarser than what is used making espresso. We recommend freshly roasted coffee beans and a high-quality coffee grounder.
Both stainless steel series, the Bialetti Venus and the Moka Express Induction, work on all stovetops. The classic aluminum pans work on all stovetops except for induction.
Psst! Did you know that HEIROL has been the Finnish importer of Bialetti items for 30 years? Our relationship is the longest Bialetti has had with any importer!
To get the best results, we recommend using fine grinded dark roast espresso-coffee. If you are yet to taste coffee made with Bialetti, we encourage you to change that ASAP!
Your Moka pot is everlasting as long as you keep these tips in mind:
1. Wash your pot after each use, using only water, no soap.
2. Dry carefully. If you assemble the aluminum pot when damp, it could cause it to become brittle.
3. Dose the coffee lightly on the funnel, do not press and pack it too tightly.
4. Fill the water tank up to the mark, do not go over the limit.
5. Screw top and bottom together and make sure they are tight when you close the pot.
6. Do not twist holding the handle.
7. Once the coffee has come up, remove the pot from the heat source.
8. Make sure you are changing the seal ring regularly. An old seal will become brittle and will harden over time.