The moka pot used to be found in almost every home, and to this day, many people still swear that it can make the strongest coffee.
The moka pot is named after Alfonso Bialetti, of Italian descent, which has been available in almost unchanged form since its invention in 1933.
Material: painted aluminum, plastic, rubber, iron
Size: 19 cm high, 10 cm in diameter, including 15 cm wide tabs
Can be used on gas, ceramic and electric stoves.
Cleaning: wash with neutral liquid dishwashing detergent. Avoid using scratches and tools.