Stainless Steel Coffee Maker 6 Cup / 4 Cup

  • B120-22061_22062

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IMUSA stovetop espresso makers allow you to be a barista at home! This stovetop espresso maker brews under a mild pressure, forcing hot water up from the base through ground coffee then into the top carafe in just minutes! You will love the rich, full-bodied  flavor produced by this stovetop method, made popular in Europe and Latin America.

Product Details

Flip Up Top and Side-Pour Spout
Cool Touch Handle & Knob
Hand Wash Only
Stove Top Coffee Maker
Available in 2 Sizes: 6 Cup / 4 Cup
Stainless Steel with Black Handle
  • Flavor of coffee depends greatly on bean variety, roast level, fineness of grind, and level of heat used.
  • If you find sediment in your brew, choose a slightly coarser grind, but still finer than you would use for a filter coffee machine.
  • The first pot of coffee you brew should be thrown away. The intent is just to clean the machine before using it for the first time.

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How to Use:

  1. Unscrew your coffee maker and remove the funnel filter cup from bottom half.
  2. Fill the bottom chamber with cold water up to the steam release valve.
  3. Insert the funnel filter (cone) and fill it with espresso-ground coffee, smoothing it without tamping or applying too much pressure.
  4. Make sure the flat round filter plate and the rubber gasket are in place underneath the central column of the upper part of the espresso maker. Do not use if espresso maker does not have these pieces.
  5. Screw the top on to the bottom piece.
  6. Put it on the stovetop with enough heat to cover the bottom (medium heat), but not so that it heats the handle. Make sure to not expose the handle to direct heat.
  7. When you hear the espresso maker gurgling and the top part is 3/4 full, remove it from the heat and allow it to sit for 30 seconds.
  8. You can serve your coffee once the coffee maker stops boiling and gurgling. WARNING: Coffee will be EXTREMELY hot.
Cleaning: Wait for product to cool completely before pouring water in or on it. Wash all the parts with warm sudsy water & rinse thoroughly. Make sure the filter funnel holes are not clogged. Regularly remove and wash the rubber gasket and round flat filter plate. When the gasket dries or cracks, replace it. A telltale sign of a needed replacement gasket will be that some steam will begin to escape from the screw threads between the top and bottom pieces of your espresso maker.