The Cheapest Coffee Machine in the World

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There are lots of coffee machines on the market, all claiming to be the best at making your favourite coffee, but this one is the cheapest and millions of people will also say the best.

The Cheapest Coffee Machine in the World

Italian Cafés are hands down the best place to order an Espresso or Latte, but you can re-create the creamy smooth coffee at home in minutes.

Bialetti is an Iconic Symbol of Italian Quality

Founded in 1933 Bialetti has been making the incomparable Moka Express for over 85 years, you would be hard-pressed to find a household in Italy without one. These unassuming aluminum coffee pots can turn out Italian Café quality coffee in a couple of minutes.

Their sturdy design makes them very long-lasting, easy to use, and clean. Simple to use, just add water and your favourite ground coffee, I would recommend a medium roast but each to their own, pop on top of your stove, and wait for the delicious aroma to fill your kitchen.

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Over 200 million sold around the world

Bialetti has manufactured upwards of 200 million coffee makers and they stand as a mark of Italian quality around the world. If you like fresh strong coffee in the morning, then this is the coffee maker for you. The best part is they a very inexpensive, unlike all the new coffee machines out there that can cost up to £100 plus.

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The moka pot was invented by Italian engineer Alfonso Bialetti in 1933 and named after the Yemeni city of Mocha, where coffee was once traded in vast quantities to merchants from around the world.

The Bialetti Coffee Maker is Great Value for Money

The Bialetti Moka Express retails from around £20-30 depending on the size you buy. A cute 3 cup is only £23.00 on Amazon and will make you the perfect Espresso. If like me, you like a mug of coffee with milk then go for the 6 cup, this will most certainly meet all your daily coffee boosting needs.

It lasts 10 years and calls for minimum maintainance

The Moka Express from Bialetti is a very worthwhile investment for your kitchen and you home, with an average lifespan of 10 years. Italian families have been using the Moka in their homes over 80 years ago, and even till today despite all the competition from modern coffee machines, they still consider the Moka pot a kitchen essential. Fashion goes, Moka remains.

Eco-Friendly Alternative to Coffee-Pods

With the world now hooked on real coffee many people have opted for Nespresso coffee pod machines. I can see the appeal, very quick strong coffee, lots of flavours etc.

However, there is an environmental impact of these pods being thrown away. You can opt into recycling schemes and some companies are urging customers to use compostable pods. With all the good intentions, sadly lots do still end up in landfill.

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With the Bialetti stovetop coffee maker there is no such guilt or responsibility. Simply discard the used coffee (it's 100% biodegradable) and wash the pot. There are replacement seals available so if looked after properly your little trusty pot will provide years of service with zero impact on long-term landfills. If you're into gardening you can even use the used coffee grounds as fertiliser for your soil.

Special Tip! Waste coffee grounds thown in the sink, clean the pipes and remove unpleasant odours.

The first ever coffee machine

Italian's are the true kings of coffee, with the first known machine for making espresso built by Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy. That machine was patented in 1884, but quickly followed by an improved version by another Italian, Luigi Bezzera in 1903.

It wasn't until 1933 when Hungarian-Italian Francesco Illy invented the first automatic coffee machine, named The Illetta. Instead of using water pressure, the new and improved coffee machines used steam. This design has become the basis of today's espresso machines and the basic principle hasn't changed since.

If you are thinking of buying a Bialetti as a wonderful gift for someone I would suggest the Multi Coloured Bialetti Moka Pot a Moka pot that is adorned with the red, white and green of the Italian Flag, it makes for a fun spin on the original aluminium.

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