Brew the perfect Fyngan cup
Start to boil your water while you prepare the coffee and Moka pot.
We'll be weighing 30grams of coffee. A ratios of 1:10. As the water resevoir of a 6 cup Moka pot is aprox 300ml.
Fill the basket till the top without tamping the coffee, just give it a little tap on a hard surface just to settle the grounds and remove any air pockets.
If you have purchased whole bean then please follow step if you already purchased ground coffee beans go ahead and skip this step.
With your grinder set it to a little coarser than espresso setting and then grind the weighted beans.
Place the moka pot basket in something that can support it while you add all the ground coffee. In our case we used our 5oz espresso take away cups.
Gently tap the basket to settle the grounds (DO NOT PRESS DOWN ON COFFEE BED) and with you spoon level the bed.
Add hot water from boil just underneath the valve.
Drop the basket into the bottom part of the moka pot. Be careful as things will be hot.
Screw in the top part of the Moka pot to the bottom with the coffee basket. Please use a cloth or some rag as the bottom part will be extreamly hot to the touch.
Place the Moka pot on to a heating element. And watch it till the first liquid of coffee appears.
Immediatly after you see the liquid start to come out, remove the Moka pot from the heating element and let it sit around 30 sec for blooming. This stage insures all coffee grounds are saturated with water.
Watching the flow of the coffee, you want a steady stream not to fast not to slow. If you find it running a little quick, lift up the Moka from the heating element. If you find it running a little slow, place back the Moka to the heating element.
Once your done you should not hear any popping or bubbling sound, it should have a quite finish!
Grab your cup and pour your deliciously brewed Moka Pot drink.