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  • bialetti stainless steel moka pot
  • bialetti stainless steel moka pot

    Luxury Stainless Steel Bialetti Moka Pot - 4 Cup or 6 Cup

    Regular price $75.00


    Love brewing coffee with a Moka Pot and ready to take it to the next level?

    This Luxury Stainless Steel Bialetti Moka Pot makes rich and aromatic stove top espresso coffee and it is dishwasher friendly and polishes up like new after every use.

    We highly recommend this Moka Pot if you love the finer things in life and want only the best without the extra metallic taste that you can often get in your brewed coffee from using an older version of the aluminium moka pot.

    Key Differences between Stainless Steel & Aluminium Bialetti Moka Pots

    While both stainless steel and aluminium Bialetti moka pots serve the same purpose, there are some key differences between the two materials.

    • Durability: Stainless steel is generally considered more durable than aluminium, and is less likely to dent or scratch. This means that a stainless steel Bialetti moka pot is likely to last longer and look better over time than an aluminium one.

    • Heat retention: Aluminium is a better conductor of heat than stainless steel, which means that it heats up faster and more evenly. This can result in a quicker brewing process and a more consistent cup of coffee. However, stainless steel is better at retaining heat, which can help to keep the coffee warm for longer after it has been brewed.

    • Price: Stainless steel Bialetti moka pots are generally more expensive than aluminium ones, due to the higher cost of the material and the additional manufacturing processes required.

    • Maintenance: Stainless steel is easier to clean and maintain than aluminum, as it is less prone to staining and discoloration. It can also be washed in the dishwasher, whereas aluminum pots should be hand-washed to avoid damaging the finish.

    • Appearance: Stainless steel Bialetti moka pots have a sleek, modern look, while aluminum pots have a more traditional, classic appearance. This is largely a matter of personal preference, but it is worth considering when choosing a pot that will fit in with your kitchen decor.

      Overall, the choice between a stainless steel and aluminum Bialetti moka pot comes down to personal preference and priorities. Both materials have their advantages and disadvantages, and both can produce a great cup of coffee.

      Brewing coffee with a stainless steel Bialetti Moka Pot is a simple process that can be completed in just a few steps:

      1. Fill the bottom chamber of the Moka Pot with fresh cold water up to the marked line. Do not exceed the line.

      2. Insert the funnel-shaped filter basket into the bottom chamber and fill it with finely ground coffee. Level the coffee with a flat tool, but do not press it down too hard.

      3. Screw the top chamber onto the bottom chamber and place the Moka Pot on the stovetop over low to medium heat. Make sure the handle is away from the heat source.

      4. The water will begin to heat up and turn to steam, which will push the hot water through the coffee and up into the top chamber. The process should take a few minutes.

      5. Once the coffee has finished brewing, remove the Moka Pot from the heat source and allow it to cool down for a few minutes before serving.

      6. Pour the coffee into your cup and enjoy!

      It's important to note that the stainless steel Moka Pot is dishwasher safe, unlike the aluminium one.

      The History Of Moka Coffee Pot & Bialetti Inception

      The Moka coffee pot was invented in 1933 by Italian engineer Alfonso Bialetti. Bialetti was inspired by the traditional methods of coffee brewing used in Italy at the time, but he saw an opportunity to create a more efficient and convenient way to make coffee at home.

      Bialetti's design for the Moka coffee pot was inspired by a simple but effective concept: steam pressure. The pot consists of three parts - a bottom chamber, a funnel-shaped filter, and a top chamber - and works by heating water in the bottom chamber until it boils and creates steam. The steam is then forced through the coffee grounds in the filter and up into the top chamber, where it condenses to form rich, strong coffee.

      Bialetti's design was an instant success, and the Moka coffee pot quickly became a staple in Italian households. The simple, elegant design made it easy to use, and the ability to brew coffee quickly and easily was a major selling point. As the popularity of the Moka coffee pot grew, Bialetti expanded his business, eventually opening a factory in the town of Crusinallo and trademarking the iconic "Little Man with the Moustache" logo that still adorns the pots today.

      Over the years, the design of the Moka coffee pot has remained largely unchanged, with only minor modifications made to improve functionality and durability. Today, the Moka coffee pot is used around the world and is recognized as a symbol of Italian coffee culture.

      The Moka coffee pot is a testament to the ingenuity and creativity of its inventor, Alfonso Bialetti, and to the enduring appeal of simple, effective design. Whether enjoyed alone or shared with friends, the rich, flavorful coffee brewed in a Moka pot is a true delight, and a reminder of the history and tradition that goes into every cup.

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      We are 1% for the planet. This means that we are committed to contributing 1% of our company turnover every year to local and Australian national causes to improve the environment and the quality of life of Australian people.

      As of September 2022 we support the following not for profit organizations:


      Surf Coast Energy Group Inc. (SCEG)

      Surfrider Foundation Australia (Torquay)

      Sea Shepherd Australia

      Mikro Coffee Roasters is proudly a Carbon-neutral company as of August 2022.

      We have diligently calculated all carbon emissions directly and indirectly related to our activities as a coffee roasting company and taken steps to reduce our carbon footprint by reducing our waste and working with companies that have already taken the steps to completely offset their carbon footprint and become carbon-neutral companies.

      To offset our greenhouse gas emissions that are inevitably created from operating a coffee roasting business we purchase Australian Accredited carbon units from accredited Australian Carbon Market broker to completely offset the remainder of our emissions that we are unable to remove from our business such as natural gas use to roast coffee, operations of motor vehicle and other small incidentals.

      The Following Services & Companies We use That are already 100% Carbon-Neutral.

      • FTA Coffee (importing our coffee from Ismael and other farmers)
      • Australia Post (all our coffee is delivered Express via Auspost)
      • Biopak (Takeaway compostable cups and lids)
      • Reground (remove and reuse all our soft plastics and used coffee grinds and coffee chaff from roasting)
      • Happy Happy Soy Boy (soy milk for our espresso bar)

      Our net calculated annual greenhouse gas emissions from operating activities

      Gas for roasting coffee 44.98t

      Electricity 14.45t

      Motor vehicle 5.02t

      Non-recyclable/non compostable waste 4.48t

      Water to brew coffee & wash dishes 0.27t

      Paper 0.31t

      Dairy & other milks used to brew coffee 16.62t

      Business air travel economy class 1.5t

      Events & promotions 6.23t

      Total 92.44t Co2

      Carbon Offsets Purchased in 2022

      250t Moombidary Forest Regeneration Project vintage 2021-22

      This project establishes permanent native forests through assisted regeneration from in-situ seed sources (including rootstock and lignotubers) on land that was cleared of vegetation and where regrowth was suppressed for at least 10 years prior to the project having commenced.

      For more information on this project click here