What is the best ground coffee for a Moka pot that is available in India/Amazon India. Which ground is better and which brand makes a d

What is the best ground coffee for a Moka pot that is available in India/Amazon India. Which ground is better and which brand makes a decent coffee ground at a budget price?

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  1. Whole bean or pre-ground works best in moka pot. One good brand on Amazon India is Lavazza. Try Lavazza qualita rossa available now on Amazon. This is a really nice coffee ground for moka pot. Hope you enjoy your espresso.

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  2. You can buy any finely ground coffee from any of the several speciality coffee roasters in India. Most of them will roast a fresh batch, grind it fresh and ship it to you.
    Normally medium dark or dark roasts taste best on a Moka pot. I’m sharing a list of roasters as well as my moka pot brewing guide for your reference (based on a 2 cup Bialetti moka pot).
    Roasters Directory | Spill The Beans [ https://www.spillthebeans.in/roasters-directory ]
    How to get tasty coffee from a Bialetti Moka Pot every time:

    What is the best ground coffee for a Moka pot that is available in India/Amazon India. Which ground is better and which brand makes a d

    1. Grind size – fine (Aeropress or pressurised portafilter or commercial espresso grind size will do too)
    2. moka pots are size specific. the funnel needs to be filled to the brim with coffee grounds. cant make half the capacity in it.
    3. On the topic of filling – leave a 1-2mm clearance from top in the funnel. do not tamp, just level evenly with light pressure of fingers. This is important because the grinds swell up when hot water passes up through them – if too tightly packed, the pot will either leak or worst, push the finer grinds through into the brew chamber.
    4. Use boiling hot water to fill up the lower pot – this is to reduce flame exposure time to the top chamber of pot.
    Make sure that the water level is just below the steam escape valve. If you exceed this level, the pot could leak hot water or worse the water will go up the funnel and wet the bottom portion of your coffee grinds – resulting in uneven extraction.
    5. Once ready, place the pot on slowest burner at lowest flame settings – flames could not come out from the sides – this is important. If you only have bigger flame rings or have an induction, use a flat pan and keep the mo…

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