Unique and original since 1933, Alfonso Bialetti’s coffee-making invention is an excellent example of art deco, unmistakable by the aluminium collector and octagonal heating vessel. The gasket and filter, handle, valve, and funnel are all replaceable.
Bear in mind that while these make shots of concentrated coffee you can add hot water to make a really, really tasty normal strength coffee - personally I find it much nicer than a cafetiere (coffee press) coffee.
Bialetti shows its commitment to the environment by linking the iconic Moka Express to Oceana, the worldwide organisation dedicated to safeguarding oceanic ecosystems that points the spotlight on pollution by disposable plastic. Moka Express, a 100% eco-sustainable method of preparing coffee
#ZeroWaste : the only waste produced is 100% biodegradable and compostable.
#ZeroDetergents : chemical detergents aren’t necessary to clean it.
#Timeless : a green investment as the coffee maker lasts for at least 10 years and maintenance is reduced to the essential.