The most loved coffee machine in Italian homes—the moka pot. Three simple pieces elegantly combine to create an iconic piece of coffee brewing history. Its unmistakable whistle is accompanied by the heavenly scent of freshly-brewed coffee, as the rich, dark liquid collects in the moka’s chamber.
To this day, everyone has their own theories and tips on how to obtain the ideal cup of coffee using the moka pot. Learn how to make coffee like a true Italian, with Lavazza.
The scent of a hot, freshly brewed coffee from an espresso machine is hard to beat. In homes and cafés around the world, these machines deliver exquisite coffee with rich, velvety crema in a matter of seconds. Its unique extraction method yields a concentrated cup of coffee with an intense flavour and satisfying aroma.
Discover how to brew the ideal espresso machine coffee with Lavazza.
The secret behind coffee’s complex aroma and its layered, enchanting taste must partly lie in its chemical makeup. It should thus come as no surprise that a chemist attempted to devise the perfect coffee extraction method. What he created is now a celebrated piece of engineering and design: the Chemex.
The elegance of this dripper’s design has earned it a place at the MoMa, New York’s famous Museum of Modern Art. Find out how to brew a Chemex coffee, with Lavazza.
The French press, or Cafetière à piston, is particularly loved across Northern Europe. A glass cylinder, a plunger and a filter: these elements, combined, deliver a rich, full bodied cup of coffee, similar to what Italians refer to as an Americano.
Although it can be used for a number of different infusions, let’s find out how to use it to make the perfect French press coffee.