ProCook Stovetop Espresso Maker6 Cup
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- 6 Cup stovetop espresso maker
- Makes aromatic rich coffee
- Made from polished aluminium in traditional style
- All parts unscrew for easy cleaning
- 1 year guarantee - ProCook design, manufacture and supply innovative quality products and cut out the middleman to bring you unbeatable prices
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ProCook Stovetop Espresso Maker 6 Cup
Its unique brewing process allows water added to the lower chamber to percolate up through a middle chamber containing the ground coffee as the water heats up. The water then continues into the top chamber where it collects ready for use.
Made from polished aluminium in the traditional style with the added benefit of a tactile soft touch handle our stovetop espresso maker can be used on any hob type excluding induction.
We recommend washing it by hand and ensuring it is dry before storing.
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Item Code: 5121
To brew fresh espresso style coffee with a distinctly aromatic character, follow these steps:
- Firstly wash in warm soapy water.
- Fill the lower chamber with cold fresh water to just below the safety valve.
- Fit the filter funnel into the neck of the lower chamber and fill with fine to medium ground coffee. Do not over pack as the coffee expands during brewing. Ensure that the screw thread of the lower chamber is free from coffee particles.
- Place on a medium heat source and bring to the boil. Take care if using a gas hob not to burn the handle.
- Remove from the heat once coffee has filled the upper chamber.
- Serve immediately.
- Wash in warm soapy water after use. Dry thoroughly with a cloth. Do not allow to air dry.
Tip: Use a water filter, particularly in hard water areas, to take out the alkaline in the water which can neutralise acids that give coffee its bright and subtle flavours.