Our primary concern when purchasing a coffee maker is the material of manufacture, the volume of the moka coffee pot, and the possibility of using it on our stove. Some of us, however, want to select something that will delight us with its unusual design, or match the interior of our home or office perfectly.
My personal review of unusual geyser coffee makers follows.
1. Bialetti – Mini Express Magritte
My personal favorite among designer coffee makers.
In celebration of Bialetti’s 100th anniversary, the company released its Arte series of geyser coffee makers. The coffee pots in this series are stylized as works by artists of the 20th century: Rene Magritte, Wassily Kandinsky, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, and Henri Matisse.
Aluminum Geyser coffee maker is suitable for all stoves except induction (but there is an adapter for this.
Two stylized porcelain cups are used to brew coffee, which heat up as it brews.
These moka pots are also available in the following series: Lichtenstein and Kandinsky.
2. Bialetti – Moka Express Alpina
Designed in honor of Alpine Corps’ 85th anniversary, this coffee maker honors the Alpine Corps’ legacy. It’s true, her body reminds me of Robin Hood. Particularly the pen on the lid (it’s handy for opening the lid, by the way).
Three cups of espresso can be made with the coffee maker. Although the adapter is not suitable for induction cookers, we are aware of it.
3. Moka Express Italia Collection
Here’s a cute Italian flag-inspired Moka Express coffee pot. Three and six cup sizes available.
Bialetti’s quality is excellent as always.
Bialetti’s quality is excellent as always!
4. The Flower Designer Stovetop coffee maker
A very cute Moka coffee maker, with a childish design. Unfortunately, I cannot find any information on how she is being cared for; perhaps the color can be washed off?
5. Alessi Pulcina Moka Pot
The best in terms of style and functionality.
I already wrote about it.
Stylish design in the shape of a chicken, not just beautiful – but also functional. Coffee in a Moka pot never burns. A beak-shaped spout prevents coffee drops from falling out. Even though this coffee pot is expensive, many positive reviews claim it’s worth the money.
6. Ilsa Stainless Steel Neapolitan Coffee Maker
A stainless steel version of a traditional Neapolitan coffee maker. A model for connoisseurs of tradition, using the concept of boiling water falling on coffee powder.
It is important to choose the grind. If it’s too large, the drink will not get enough aroma, and if it’s too small, the water won’t pass through the filter. Rather than heat it on the stove, boil water, pour that over it and then turn it over, so that the coffee drink will be soft.
It’s important! By not spinning the inverted coffee pot correctly, the drink will spill onto the stove.
7. Espresso machine by Alessi Ossidiana
This is a designer coffee maker designed by Mario Trimark. Cups are available in one, three, and six sizes.
The price tag of a piece of Alessi’s high-quality craftsmanship and beautiful pattern is of course influenced by its design and craftsmanship. The geyser coffee maker, which you use with pleasure, is not only appealing in its design, but also does a great job in making coffee.
Have a nice choice of geyser coffee maker with a design that you will enjoy.