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Stove Top Coffee Makers - Making Decisions On What Size Is Best
by: Harley Peterson





The stove top coffee maker, also known as the "macchinetta" is one of the best ways to make espresso coffee at home. It applies pressure by means of heat and forces the water through finely ground coffee powder into a serving chamber.

The sizes of stovetop coffee makers depend on its capacity and they range from 1 cup to 12 cups. Different people like different sizes of coffee maker. If you are a frequent traveler a one or three cup coffee maker is a very good option as you can carry it along easily.

Since, the stove top espresso maker is portable you can use it anywhere you like. Just supposing, you are out on a camp, then the coffee maker with less capacity is of great use. Imagine enjoying the aromatic brew of your favorite coffee in the midst of a forest.

When compared with other coffee maker models and sizes, the stovetop espresso maker with twelve cup capacity serves best for the domestic households with friends and families visiting frequently. This coffee maker allows you to prepare espresso coffee in just few minutes. This dozen cup size model maker could be a best choice at workplaces with small number of employees to make a tasteful aromatic espresso.

Usually, the espresso cup can hold up to 4 ounces but it is a custom to fill the cup partly to get that perfect flavor. By tradition, a single cup of espresso coffee served is about 1.5 ounces. The 6 cups stovetop espresso makers can make about 9 ounces of that delectable liquid.

To really enjoy the taste of an espresso coffee, you will need to prepare it in a particular way. Let as demonstrate how easy it is to prepare an excellent espresso coffee using the stovetop coffee pot.

First take part the top and the bottom chambers of the stove top coffee maker. Take out the coffee basket fill the bottom chamber with water and the coffee basket with finely ground coffee powder below which is guarded with a safety valvular device to control the output. Then tightly fit the two chambers in the right places.

Use the kitchen stove to heat the stove top coffee maker at low flame. Make sure that the heat does not spread and go beyond the lower chamber of the coffee maker. The upper chamber of the coffee maker takes approximately four to five minutes to get filled up with espresso coffee. Now remove it from the stove and enjoy its crispness.

You will need to consider your requirements and size of the stove top espresso maker before you buy them. An ideal size for a single luxury and business trip traveler is the 2 or 3 cup size. On the other hand, a higher capacity coffee maker is required in case you want offer espresso to your employees in your offices or when visitors who come to meet you.

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True lovers of coffee understand that Italian Stove Top Coffee Makers produce the best tasting, flavorsome coffee that is a pleasure to drink. A Stove Top Coffee Maker comes in various sizes to meet everyone's needs.
The author invites you to visit:
http://www.stovetopcoffeemakers.com




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