25 Jan '16, 2pm

The Story of the Bialetti Moka Express.

In 1933, after some years of tinkering and solving technical problems Alfonso Bialetti invented the Moka Express. Bialetti’s coffee machine, made of Aluminum, was similar in shape and design to silver coffee services popular in well to do homes. Thus he combined modern technology with the Italian tradition for elegance and craftsmanship. The Stovetop Espresso machine was simple and compact, yet capable of making the power packed brew associated with the large espresso machine of the Espresso Bar. The express claim of Bialetti was that “without requiring any ability whatsoever” yet one could enjoy “in casa un espresso come al bar” (“An espresso in the home just like one in the bar.)

Full article: http://ineedcoffee.com/the-story-of-the-bialetti-moka-exp...

Tweets

Calling all journalists: Story grants for clima...

earthjournalism.net 25 Jan '16, 9pm

Story Grants for Climate Adaptation and Response Following a historic agreement in Paris, Internews’ Earth Journalism Netw...

7.26am Central to Ferny Grove train will run ex...

translink.com.au 24 Jan '16, 9pm

Journey planner Journey planner MyTransLink app Network information Timetables Stops and stations Maps Event transport Lat...

@amanda_othman

@amanda_othman

proudduck.com 04 Feb '16, 2am

Whenever I wear it now, it’s not because it’s a Birkin. I couldn’t care less if it was any other exclusive bag, but this b...

Inanimate Objects Comics #57: Previous: Inanimate Objects #56 Inanimate Objects by Todd Zapoli is licensed u...

Inanimate Objects Comics #57: Previous: Inanima...

ineedcoffee.com 24 Jan '16, 4pm

Vegetarian Coffee Based Chili Recipe The Story of the Bialetti Moka Express A Coffee Lover’s Guide to Tea A Rancilio Silvi...