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Selection of Italian induction coffee makers

Are you looking for the best induction moka pot in town? If so, you've come to the right place.
Here at MaxiCoffee, we have a wide selection of top-notch and reliable induction moka pots sure to satisfy your home brewing needs. Whether you're an amateur or expert barista, these induction moka pots are designed to fit all levels of experience. From budget-friendly models to premium grade options with more advanced features - we take pride in offering only the highest quality products amongst our carefully curated selection of exclusive items. See our other moka pots here!

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What is an Italian Induction Moka Pot?

The induction moka pot is a coffee maker, usually made of stainless steel, which is used largely on an induction heat source. This type of moka pot is a recent model that has become very popular among coffee lovers to make preparing a cup of coffee even easier! Preparing an easy, tasty, and flavorful coffee is now possible thanks to MaxiCoffee. The moka pot induction version respects the coffee and its aromas with finesse and subtlety. This model uses heat to increase pressure, which gives a powerful and light coffee at the same time. It is, therefore, the equipment to have at home for all people wishing to taste a rich, frothy, strong espresso that contains less caffeine than normal. And to top it all off, at a much more affordable price than an espresso machine, of course!

How does an Induction Moka Pot Work on an Induction Hob?

Generally, all models of this type are used the same way. A few minutes are enough to obtain a comforting and tasty coffee. To do this, all you need to do is:

  1. Begin by filling the bottom chamber of the moka pot with water, ensuring that the valve is not covered. For a better result, we recommend preheating the water beforehand.
  2. Grind your favorite coffee beans to a medium-fine consistency and fill the funnel with the freshly ground coffee, making sure to fill it to the rim.
  3. Using your hand, gently even out the coffee grounds in the funnel without applying pressure or tamping them down.
  4. Place the filter in the bottom chamber of the moka pot and securely screw the upper part onto the base.
  5. Set the moka pot on the induction stove over low heat. Keep the lid of the coffee maker open during this stage until the coffee starts to flow into the upper container.
  6. As soon as the coffee has finished flowing into the upper container, remove the moka pot from the heat source.
  7. Lower the lid of the moka pot to prevent any heat loss and allow the flavors to develop.

Now, you're all set to enjoy a delightful cup of coffee from your moka pot. Sit back, relax, and savor the rich and aromatic brew you've created! Remember to always watch your moka induction pot until you hear the little gurgling sound that indicates that there is no more water in the lower part. Otherwise, your coffee may taste burnt, and your coffee maker may be damaged.

How to Choose Your Italian Induction Coffee Maker?

Beyond your budget which can guide you in the choice of your coffee machine purchase, it should be noted that many brands and references exist. But what to choose?

Bialetti Moka Pots:

Bialetti, the iconic originator of the espresso maker, enjoys a global reputation, earning the trust of countless coffee enthusiasts. Known for its ease of use and outstanding quality, Bialetti's induction coffee makers have become an essential accessory for many.

Among the multiple models offered by Bialetti, the Venus Moka Pot stands out with its sleek, non-octagonal base and glossy finish. Available in 4, 6, and 10 cup sizes, this model caters to different brewing needs. For those seeking a touch of color, Bialetti presents the "New Mocha Induction" collection, seamlessly blending tradition, technology, and modernity. Compatible with all types of hobs, including induction, the New Moka is available in 3, 4, or 6 cup capacities.

Bodum Moka Pots:

Bodum, renowned for its chromed stainless steel design, has captivated coffee lovers with its aesthetically pleasing creations. Their functional and practical moka pot models are equally suitable for home use or sharing delightful espresso moments in the office.

The eye-catching Chambord coffee maker from Bodum boasts a chrome and satin finish, guaranteeing an exquisite extraction of flavors from finely ground coffee. The result is a strong and rich Italian espresso that satisfies even the most discerning palates. The Chambord model is available in 3 or 6 cup sizes to suit your preferences.

Alessi Moka Pots:

Designed by the architect Michele De Lucchi, Alessi moka pots exhibit a modern and original form, elevating the coffee maker's aesthetics to a new level. Crafted in aluminum, these moka pots are available in 3, 6, and 10 cup variants, catering to a broader audience.

Alessi's moka pots feature 18/10 stainless steel composition, ensuring unparalleled durability and impeccable quality. The handles, carefully crafted from cast aluminum, perfectly complement the balanced kitchen requirements, making them both functional and visually appealing.