Historically it is the oldest coffee maker. It exploits the concept of the fall of hot water on the coffee powder (original drip-filter). People still appreciate this type of coffee for both tradition and also for the actual particular flavour of the coffee, light and suitable for the evening. The traditional model is now being produced in the stainless steel version.
- Place coffee in the tank’s opening and screw on the filter.
- Add the required amount of water at the bottom of the machine, not higher than the small hole. Insert the tank with a filter containing ground coffee, and screw the two parts of the machine together.
- Place the unit on the stove, spout downwards, and bring water to temperature (there is a tiny hole where steam escapes prompting the readiness of the water temp).
- Remove the unit from the heat when steam starts to release from the hole, holding both handles tightly.
- Turn the unit upside down, that the water starts passing through the filter, allowing the liquid coffee to collect in the lower portion over the course of a few minutes.
- Serve once all coffee collects. Wash all parts thoroughly in warm water and air dry (and mild detergent, if necessary).
- Dry thoroughly.
Made in Italy