The use of the Capsules is now very common, but how quickly prepare a coffee for many guests on the cheap? The answer is the moka.
The moka for coffee is a small device that is used to make coffee at home, extremely widespread in almost all the houses of Italy. It was a fortunate invention of Alfonso Bialetti, whose son Renato became world famous coffee pot with the man with the mustache. Sizes vary depending on how much drink you get.
Dates back to 1884 the first patent of an espresso machine designed by Angelo moribund. The merit of industrialising the espresso machine is lose attribute to Luigi Bezzera in 1901 he received the first of his patents. Although the true pioneer was Desiderio Pavoni which saw the great potential of espresso and developed the marketing in public places.
You know, the best espresso is made with moka that strives on a daily basis. And the same thing goes with the espresso bar plus a car uses more intense and tasty drink.
What happens when you have a lot of guests who want to drink a good cup of coffee? He dusts off the one never used, stored for months in a shelf and making a coffee really disgusting!
But then, how to keep coffee pots that you never use?
If we only have a Mocha new or little used, we must take care to avoid ruin. The first solution is to test coffee, or operating it only with water to remove any remaining inside. If we must place a coffee maker knowing that I’ll use for a while, wash by dipping into boiling water with a tablespoon of white vinegar.
Never use dish soap or put it in the dishwasher! Dry it with a paper towel, put inside each part of the moka of sugar cubes or some coffee bean to absorb odors.
Following these small tricks you can so make a good espresso coffee for your guests.