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- Pour the water inside the Moka’s boiler halfway down the valve…and weight it .
- Based on the water weight use a ratio of 11g of coffee for every 100g of water.
- Place the coffee (grounded at 400/500microns) inside the filter without pressing but just leveling it..
- At this point close the moka and put it on the heat opening the lid .
- Place a thermometer inside the hole of the moka to control the temperature of extraction..
- When you see the first drops reduce the power of the heat.
- Remove the moka from the heat when the temperature will be around 80 degrees.
- Before serving remember to mix with a spoon in order to homogenise the aromas
What makes this recipe so special?
This recipe is based on cuppings.
Whenever I have had a favorite coffee on a cupping table I love to sip that same coffee straight from the cupping bowl and the coffee flavors explode.
How to measure grinding size?
Due to various grinders we use, we use a simple grading system to measure the grinding size.
1 – Finest grinding
10- Coarsted grinding
We’re currently building an easy to understand the grinding system, any ideas? Let us know, send email to [email protected] or contact us through Instagram.