With the invention of the stovetop espresso coffee maker, espresso – long a staple of Italian cafés and bars – became available for home consumption. As the cold water in the lower chamber heats, the pressure from its boiling forces the water up through the coffee grounds. In just a few minutes, espresso emerges from the spout into the upper chamber as the pot hisses and gurgles. Remove the pot from the heat and let it stand until the lower chamber is releasing only steam. Prior to first use, thoroughly wash your coffeemaker with regular dish detergent. It's also recommended that you make your first pot of espresso coffee only for the purpose of removing any metallic residue from the manufacturing process. Your second pot, and every one after that, will then be just right!
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