This recipe is made to respect and preserve the natural flavours of coffee without over extraction.

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Brewing tool

Moka pot

Grinding Size


Dose of coffee


Water temperature

Room temperature

Total brewing time

3/4 minutes

Coffee water ratio

11:100 or 1:9

Detailed Guidance

  1. Pour the water inside the Moka’s boiler halfway down the valve…and weight it .
  2. Based on the water weight use a ratio of 11g of coffee for every 100g of water.
  3. Place the coffee (grounded at 400/500microns) inside the filter without pressing but just leveling it..
  4. At this point close the moka and put it on the heat opening the lid .
  5. Place a thermometer inside the hole of the moka to control the temperature of extraction..
  6. When you see the first drops reduce the power of the heat.
  7. Remove the moka from the heat when the temperature will be around 80 degrees.
  8. 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.

Additional information

Brewing method


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