Moka Express Creates Delicious Coffee at the Right Price

Tried and True Italian Coffee maker Sticks to the Formula



RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. and CHICAGO (March 10, 2012)– When Alfonso Bialetti revolutionized home coffee brewing in 1933 with his patented Moka Express, Italy was in the midst of an economic crisis. Families were forced to cut back on many of their luxury purchases. Today, almost 80 years later, consumers are still faced with the same dilemma. With the advent of the $4 cup of coffee and home espresso machines costing up to thousands of dollars, coffee lovers are rediscovering why Bialetti’s Moka Express is the most economical option for creating delicious espresso drinks at home.



The Moka Experience

Coffee drinkers have made note of the Moka’s ability to recreate their favorite caffeinated beverages. The unique aluminum stove top coffee maker is the number one coffee maker in the world with over 200 million units sold. It can be found in nearly 90 percent of Italian households. In 2008, the Moka Express was included as a masterpiece of modern art in the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York, Department of Architecture and Design.



Using the Moka Express

The Moka Express couldn’t be simpler to use. Fill the lower

chamber with water and the metal ?lter with a favorite espresso grind. Ensure the top is tightly screwed on the base, and place on medium heat. After 4-5 minutes, the coffee is done and ready to enjoy.



Featuring Bialetti’s trademark ?gure, l’Omino, the little fellow with the moustache, the Moka Express has become a trusted symbol of Italian quality. Available in 1, 3, 6, 9 and 12 cup sizes ranging in price from $19.95 – $59.95.



For more information about Bialetti and its products, please visit www.bialetti.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bialettiusa.