Bialetti and Dolce&Gabbana together to celebrate the Italian coffee ritual.
Created in 1933, the brainchild of Alfonso Bialetti, Moka Express has always been an undisputed icon of Italian style.
Today, in the exclusive Dolce&Gabbana edition, Moka Express becomes a tribute to the artistic crafts, landscapes and unique colours of Sicily, recreating the decorative motifs of the Sicilian Cart: an element of folklore of the island which, with its traditions, has always been at the heart of Dolce&Gabbana’s aesthetic.
Moka Express Bialetti Dolce&Gabbana transforms the coffee ritual into a celebration of style and a doubly Italian pleasure.
How to prepare coffee:
1. Start by pouring the water at room temperature into the Moka boiler and fill it up to the level of the safety valve. Do not exceed this level or the coffee might be too watery.
2. Now choose your preferred blend of ground coffee. Take care! The blend must have a specific grind for Moka, not too fine. Generously fill the Moka funnel, without pressing the coffee.
3. A little secret? Set the heat to low and take your time; it is worth waiting a few more minutes to enjoy an excellent coffee. When the coffee has completely risen in the collector, turn off the heat.
4. Now the crucial moment: the taste. To savour all the aromas released in the best possible way, we recommend that you drink the coffee as soon as it is poured into the cup.
Instructions for cleaning: Wash after each use with lukewarm water without using detergents and/or abrasive materials.
Body material: aluminium.
Handle and knob material: thermoplastic.
Easy-clean safety valve.
Suitable for use on gas, electric and glass ceramic hobs.
Suitable for use on induction hobs only if used with the Bialetti induction plate.
Each individual Bialetti Dolce&Gabbana Moka Express is characterised by distinctive features linked to the varying position of the decorative motifs on the collector.