Top 10 of the Best Moka Pots of 2022

Top 10 of the Best Moka Pots of 2022

Today, we’ll look at our top 10 of best Moka pots of 2022!

Moka pots, stovetop espresso makers, or Italian coffee makers, have been a staple for Italian coffee lovers since the 1930s. First invented by Italian engineer Alfonso Bialetti in 1933, this espresso maker offers a strong and aromatic coffee that can be described as being between the espresso and the filter coffee. Moreover, The Moka
can handle any type of roast, any type of hobs (we’ll come back to this) and is an affordable, portable and eco-friendly purchase! What else would you need? :)

Even though they can handle any type of roast, they will be best suited for medium roast (my recommendation) and of course Italian’s dark roast!

Now that I convinced you to get a Moka pot, you might wonder which model you need to buy? Moka pots can differ in quality, price, build and sizes so it is generaly not easy to make the right choice when you get so many options.

To help you, we’ve put together our list of our best Moka pots for 2022 to answer all your questions!

Aluminium Moka Pots

Moka pots are traditionnally made of aluminium. However, following the rise of induction hobs, there are more and more models made of stainless steel. These new Moka pots are compatible with both electric and induction hobs and they keep the iconic design of the original Moka, the Bialetti’s Moka Espress. Aluminium Moka pots will therefore be perfect for an electric stoves but not for induction hobs.

Remember that Aluminium Moka pots must be washed carefully by hand after use. Aluminium Moka Pots can be less durable than their stainless steel counterparts, especially if they are neglected and/or damaged by using a scraper or dishwasher. On the other hand, stainless steel is non-porous, non-corrisive and hightly resistant to rust which will guarantee you less work.

Despite the daily maintenance, the original aluminium Moka Pot is still in vogue! Aluminium is light, is cheaper than stainless steel and is a great heat conductor which makes the brewing process quick and easy! With stainless steel Moka Pot, the brewing process can be tedious sometimes. It will take longer to boil and brew coffee than with Aluminium Moka Pots.

1. Pylano Duna Aluminium Moka Pot – 6 cups

Pylano is the new brand offering a unique range of Moka pots with a capacity varying from 6 to 12 cups. If you are a beginner and are not sure if the Moka pot is for you, this Pylano Duna is the best choice. The Duna is affordable and has a high quality build. Its sleek aluminium body effectively diffuses heat for a good controlled extraction and the tank has a pressure relief valve for safety.

The Pylano Duna moka pot is designed to offer you an Italian-style coffee following the traditional way!

Pylano Duna Aluminium Moka Coffee Maker 300ml - 6 cups

+ Great Coffee

+ Affordable

Classic Design

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2. Bialetti Moka Express – 9 cups


Leader in the market of Italian stovetop coffee makers, the Bialetti brand offers you a guaranteed quality. The Italian coffee maker also built the reputation of the brand based on their original design. The handle on the Moka Express is simple and elegant. It ensures security and optimal grip.

Still in 2022, the Moka Express is a classic. The original Moka pot is ideal to discover or rediscover the iconic aromas of an Italian-style coffee.

If you are unsure about what coffee to use with your Bialetti Moka Espress, you can check out our starter bundle in which you can try the Bialetti Perfetto Moka coffee, specifically roasted for Moka pots!

Bialetti Moka Express - 9 cups moka pot

+ The Original Moka Pot

+ Quality Built and Finish

Not Compatible with Induction

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3. Bialetti New Moka Induction Red – 4 cups

With its new range of Moka Pot suitable for induction hobs, Bialetti combines tradition and modernity. The handle on the Moka Induction is simple and elegant. It ensures security and optimal grip.

The outer steel layer of the boiler in stainless steel is suitable with induction hobs and the internal aluminum layer ensures even heat distribution. Like the coffee of the classic Moka: the aluminium binder, the material of which the classic Moka is made, combined with the bi-layer boiler ensures a coffee as pleasant as the coffee prepared with the traditional Moka.

Bialetti Moka Induction Red - 4 cups moka pot

+ Its Design close to the Moka Express.

+ Available in Red and Black.

+ Bi-layer Technology

Handwash only despite its stainless steel base.

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4. Bialetti Moka Induction in Anthracite – 6 cups

If you are worried about the New Moka Induction’s small capacity (only available in 4 or 6 cups), then you should take a look at the first Moka Induction, with a 9 cups capacity!

Just like the New Moka Induction, the Bialetti Moka Induction in Anthracite is of course suitable for induction hobs and any other heat sources. Made with Stainless steel base and aluminium brewing chamber. Have the best out of both materials for the perfect Moka pot!

Bialetti Moka Induction in Anthracite - 6 cups

+ Great Design

+ Large capacity (9 cups)

+ Bi-layer Technology

Handwash only!

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5. Home Stone Design Moka Pot Aluminium With Induction Base – 6 cups

Just like the Bialetti Moka Induction, this Moka pot made by Home offers you the perfect balance between the Aluminium brew chamber for the effeciency and safety with its stainless steel base, suitable for all hobs, including induction.

Moreover, its design is truly unique. Its black granite design will definitely stand out in your kitchen. This model is available with a 3, 6 and 9 cups capacity, which is a real plus!

Home Stone Design Moka Pot Aluminium With Induction Base - 6 cups

+ Great Design

+ Aluminium Brew Chamber and Stainless Steel Base

+ Available with a 3, 6 and 9 cups capacity

Handwash only!

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6. Alessi Moka Coffee Maker designed by Alessandre Mendini – 6 cups


This Alessi cast aluminium moka pot was developed and designed by the Italian designer Alessandro Mendini. It is part of the Moka Alessi range which showcases moka pots. It is a superb, top-of-the-range moka pot with a unique design, made from quality materials. It has a 6 cup, or 300ml, capacity.



Moka pot Alessi

+ Atypical design

+ A great present!

+ Easy to use

Not compatible with induction hobs

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Stainless Steel Moka Pots

Stainless steel is naturally safe and doesn’t need high maintenance in order to keep it safe when in contact with foods and drinks. It has a longer longetivity than other materials: aluminium, for example, which may corrode with time, making it potentially harmful when in contact with hot drinks like coffee.

7. Bialetti New Venus Induction ‘R’ Moka Pot Coffee Maker – 6 cups


Designed by Guido Bergna (famous designer of house appliances), the first Venus Moka Pot seduces with its soft and elegant lines. Compatible with induction hobs and all other heat sources, it means everyone can enjoy a good Italian coffee! Over the years, the Venus has become as iconic as the original Moka Express.

Both classy and functional, the New Venus has an anti-drip spout so you can pour your coffee without making a mess. With this new design, the water boiler’s base is 20% thicker making it safer and sturdier. The newly designed handle,  the New Moka Venus ‘R’ is ergonomic and elegant. The anti-scale handle ensures security and optimal grip which lacked with the first Venus model.


Bialetti New Venus Induction 'R' Moka Pot Coffee Maker - 6 cups

+ 100% Stainless Steel

+ 20% thicker base

+ New Ergonimic Handle

+ Available with a 4 to 10 cups capacity

Longer Brewing Time

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8. Bodum Chambord Moka Pot in Stainless Steel – 6 cups

Bodum is of course another coffee maker staple with its famous Chambord French Press! Bodum’s take on the iconic Moka pot as beautiful as its French Press. The Chambord’s style Moka Pot brings us back to a simplier time with its lovely vintage design. It is a nice reminder of old pewterware items from our grandmothers.

Entirely made of stainless steel, this unique Moka pot is suitable for any hobs. However, bear in mind that Bodum warns you against using it on gas stoves.

Bodum Chambord Moka pot Stainless Steel - 6 cups

+ Lovely Design

+ 100% Stainless Steel

+ Suitable for all hobs

Beware of gas hobs

Only available with a 3 or 6 cups capacity

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9. Alessi 9090 Moka Pot for induction hobs designed by Richard Sapper – 9 cups

Alessi, founded in 1921 by Giovanni Alessi, has long been at the forefront of innovative and inspired product design and boasts a wide range of products

This Alessi 18/10 stainless steel Moka Pot was developed and designed by the German designer Richard Sapper. It is a superb, top-of-the-range moka pot with a unique design, made from quality materials. It has a 9-cup, or 500ml, capacity but it is also availaible with a 3 and 6 cups capacity.

Alessi 9090 Moka Coffee Maker for induction hobs designed by Richard Sapper

+ Ergonomic

+ Quality Materials

+ Compatible with Induction hobs

+ Smooth Design

Can be expensive

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10. Alessi La Conica Moka Pot designed by Aldo Rossi – 6 cups

Last but not least, La Conica Moka Pot is part of the Officina Alessi range. It was made of 18/10 stainless steel material that guarantees great durability and impeccable quality.

The bottom of the coffee maker is copper: it provides a very good heat absorption and optimal heat dissipation. As such, the aromas and warmth of the coffee are preserved, for a better result in your cup. This Italian coffee maker is very original, because of its unique shape that can’t be found anywhere else. Its geometric shape gives it all its charm!

Aldo Rossi has used his creativity to create a sublime coffee maker, while taking into account the tastes and expectations of the public. Its high quality and excellent thermal conductivity make the La Conica perfect for making delicious coffee. It is available in 3 and 6 cups capacity.

Alessi La Conica Moka Coffee Maker 300ml designed by Aldo Rossi - 6 cups

+ Unique Design

+ Quality Materials

+ Copper base for better Heat Absortion

Not Compatible with Induction

Can be Expensive

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Conclusion: Which Moka Pot is Best for You?

As you can see, it all depends on YOUR criterias! Price, taste, materials, design, efficiency? It’s up to you to decide and we hope that our selection was able to help you choose the right Moka Pot!

Don’t forget that with a great Moka Pot comes great coffee! Check out our selection of ground coffee specific to Moka Pots. ;)

In the meantime, see you soon on MaxiCoffee!

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Julie is passionate about tea and coffee, and writes about how both contribute to a healthy and cosy lifestyle.

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