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Bialetti 6934 Moka Induction 4 Cup – Espresso Coffee Maker – Aluminium/Steel – Black
• Brand: Bialetti
• Colour: Black
• Material: Aluminum and steel
• Number of espressos: 4
• Induction: yes
• Capacity: 200 ml
New Moka Induction 4tz is a fantastic, elegant and solid model made by the coffee maker market leader – Bialetti. Its unique feature is the body made of steel and aluminium, which makes it suitable for all types of hobs, including induction. The new version is refreshed in terms of the design, has got a thicker wall of the boiler and offers new colourways.
Moka Induction 4tz is used to brew 2 cups of espresso at a time (approx. 50ml each). The total capacity is 200ml.
To brew true Italian espresso, you just need this coffee pot, good coffee and a few minutes!
Moka Induction is the elegant combination of a classic coffee pot with an extravagant design. Choosing this coffee pot, you chose a great tool for making coffee with unique aesthetics. The knob and additional handle made of black silicone provide comfortable handling and serving when your coffee is ready. The top tank of the coffee pot is aluminium and the bottom tank is made of steel.
Bialetti Moka Induction is suitable for gas, electric and induction hobs. Put the product on the hob so that the handle is beyond the reach of heat.
Wash your coffee pot by hand, without any detergents. Not dishwasher safe.
Choosing the size of your coffee maker, keep in mind that every time you need to prepare the quantity of coffee specified by the manufacturer.
• How does moka work?
The coffee maker consists of a top sealed tank, a filter and a bottom tank. Put ground coffee beans in the filter, pour water into the bottom tank below the safety valve level and connect all the elements. Put the coffee pot on the stove and wait a few minutes. Hot water moves to the top tank, flowing through the ground beans. Your delicious and aromatic espresso is ready!