Alessi 6-Cup Espresso Coffee Maker in 18/10 Stainless Steel Mirror Polished with Magnetic Heat Diffusing Bottom

June 30, 2017 - Comment

not all espresso makers plug into the wall! stove top espresso makers win when there is limited space in the kitchen and this fabulous example from richard sapper is yet another easy on the eye design that proves utility does not need to equal dull! height: 20.5cms. diameter: 12.5cms. capacity: 30cl./6 cups Product Features alessi

not all espresso makers plug into the wall! stove top espresso makers win when there is limited space in the kitchen and this fabulous example from richard sapper is yet another easy on the eye design that proves utility does not need to equal dull! height: 20.5cms. diameter: 12.5cms. capacity: 30cl./6 cups

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Comments

Ben Cooper says:

Quality Really nice bit of kit. It’s weighty and you know it will last a long time. I’ve been using this just about daily for the last couple of months and it both makes a fab cup of coffee and also cleans and shines up again really easily. The closing mechanism is fantastic and that loud “click” to signal it’s locked is v satisfying. I have the 9090/6 model, and to make a “normal” coffee which fills an average sized mug, I fill it to the max level and use the 3 cup limiter (which is…

Mr. Justin Berkovi says:

It works on an induction hob but produces weak coffee. I used to love using my trust Bialetti moka pot on a gas stove. It made perfect coffee. When we moved to a new house it had an induction hob. Unfortunately Bialetti’s ‘induction’ suitable pot is rounded at the base and did not work with our hob. After deliberating for ages I went ahead and bought this very expensive Alessi pot. When we first used this I was just happy I could make my coffee again. But now after a couple of months I have to say I’m so disappointed. The problem is that as another…

M. Grant says:

smart, makes great coffee smart, makes great coffee, easy to use, and I really like the opening device (by lifting handle instead of unscrewing). The only thing I never understand why they are called ‘six-cup’: If it’s six cup we are talking of six very tiny espressos. 2 large mugs or 3 cups more like.

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