Named after the Yemen city of Mocha, the moka pot is a stovetop coffee maker that uses pressurized water to pass through ground beans to brew coffee. It was invented by an Italian engineer named Alfonso Bialetti in 1933, and continues to be a staple in the Italian home kitchen today.
The 3-cup moka pot serves approx. 150mL of strong coffee, and pairs perfectly with Danesi Ground Coffee. The moka pot is made out of aluminum material, and does not work on an induction stove.