We’ve shared one way of making coffee reminiscent of espresso at home using an AeroPress, but did you know there is another way?
Using a Moka Pot is a quick and easy way to make coffee resembling espresso at home – learn more about the method and how it’s done below:
Fun Facts About the Moka Pot:
- An Italian Engineer invented the Moka Pot in the early 1930’s.
- The coffee produced in a Moka Pot is not as strong as espresso, however, it’s stronger than your average cup of coffee –resulting in the perfect in-between.
- The Moka Pot’s name was inspired by the city of Mocha in Yemen.
What You Need:
- Moka Pot
- Your favorite Joffrey’s coffee (ground)
- Tablespoon or scale
- Measure out 2 tablespoons or 20-22 grams of your favorite Joffrey’s coffee
- Grind the beans as fine as possible
- Pour 3 1/2 fluid ounces into the bottom of the pot
- Pour the coffee grounds into the built-in filter, shaking to settle the grounds
- Screw on the top and place on a stove burner set to medium heat
- Wait until the coffee begins to foam and expand in to the upper level of the pot
- Once top is full, remove from stove and pour into your favorite mug