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Bialetti Musa - 4 Cup Stovetop Espresso Maker

Original price $64.99 - Original price $64.99
Original price
$64.99 - $64.99
Current price $64.99

BIALETTI MUSA ESPRESSO MAKER: Streamlined modern shape and triple-chamber design prepare rich, velvety espresso at home on the stovetop

4-CUP CAPACITY: Allows you to brew four 2 oz. demitasse cups of smooth, full-bodied espresso in less than five minutes

IDEAL COFFEE MAKING PRESSURE: Patented safety valve automatically releases steam to ensure coffee is brewed at the ideal pressure

HEAT-RESISTANT HANDLE: Ergonomic heat-resistant handle offers a comfortable and safe grip while taking it on and off of the stove

MADE WITH HIGH QUALITY STAINLESS STEEL: Durable 18/10 polished stainless steel body is easy to disassemble and clean, and hand washing is recommended for high quality use for years to come




    Moka Musa

    The elegance and functionality of steel for a coffee pot that creates a welcoming atmosphere in your kitchen.


    Premium finishes and renewed design for a coffee maker suitable even for the most elegant environments. The new boiler with thick walls gives safety and quality in the cup, the anti-scald handle is ergonomic and non-slip.


    Made of 18/10 steel to work also on induction cooking tops, it maintains its shine and its original characteristics even after prolonged use.


    Attention to design, ergonomic and with non-slip finish.

    How to make a perfect italian coffee

    Moka Musa

    Moka Musa

    Moka Musa

    Moka Musa

    Select a quality blend, suitable for the production of coffee for the Moka.

    Fill the boiler up to the lower level of the safety valve, without exceeding it and using fresh water, possibly low in limestone.

    Fill the filter generously, without pressing the coffee powder, forming a small gutter and avoiding dust escaping on the edges of the boiler. Close the coffee pot, screwing the collector firmly onto the boiler and place it on the stove.

    The flame must never envelop the coffee maker, but remain inside the bottom of the same, in order to allow extraction in adequate times and not too quickly. As soon as you start to hear the typical Moka gurgle, the coffee is ready and you will need to turn off the fire immediately.

    Never let excess coffee boil: this would burn it, compromising its success and making it too bitter.

    Enjoy hot coffee, as soon as it is ready, remembering to mix the contents of the collector: the coffee extracted at the end, in fact, is less full-bodied than that leaked at the beginning of boiling.