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Old 10-15-2008, 06:50 PM   #11
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Default Re: Mokapots, Moka, or Stovetop Espresso, Period.

Originally Posted by md4958 View Post
...Im my opinion the stainless steel look beautiful (my mom has them for when company is over) but they make a lousy cup of coffee.
I agree they look good but I'm not so certain about the quality of the cup.

In my experience stainless is tricky to heat slowly and lame in the crema department - but I can't tell a difference in the taste between brew from stainless and aluminum. This conclusion comes after weeks of using both, side by side. I know it's easy to overheat coffee in a steel pot during brewing and that, for sure, can lead to less-than-ideal brew. Steel is bit finicky but not (exactly) a bad thing. I think steel just demands more practice to get it right. In my opinion.
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