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Moka Pot

The Moka Pot is a classic Italian coffee brewing device invented by Alfonso Bialetti in 1933. It consists of a three-chambered metal pot with a bottom chamber for water, a middle chamber for coffee grounds, and a top chamber for the brewed coffee. As water in the bottom chamber heats up, steam pressure forces it through the coffee grounds, extracting a strong and concentrated coffee similar to espresso. The Moka Pot is renowned for its simplicity, durability, and the ability to produce a rich, full-bodied coffee.