A great start to a day is to have a cup of coffee in the morning for us. More so a cup of Cappuccino or Latte.
Ben bought the Bialetti Mukka Express for homemade Cappuccino and Latte. It is $82.61 including of tax.
All you need is ground coffee, milk and water to make a cup of Cappuccino and Latte on the stove top.
The Bialetti Mukka Express is designed for the stove top. It works on medium high heat. It takes 6 to 8 minutes to make a cup of coffee. The lower compartment is for water and the upper compartment is for milk.
To make Latte, the button is not to be pushed down like above. If you want a cup of Cappuccino, the button has to be pushed down.
After a few minutes on the stove, coffee will starts to sip into the milk on the top compartment.
For Cappuccino, the ending is more dramatic as the frothing of the milk takes place with a loud hissing sound. The measurement of milk and water is very precise for this coffee maker with measuring cup and line indicator in it; otherwise the froth will overflow.
This yield a cup of Cappuccino or two cups of Latte as the water to make the latte is much more than the Cappuccino.
Here you are, a cup of Latte at the comfort of your home.
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I’ve got one of these and they are great although sometimes get the cappucino setting is abit hit and miss. I love the fact that you can brew the coffee to your personal strength preference and cheaper than going to a coffee shop!
Where can u buy this Suanne?
you can buy one at the Bay~ ^_^
my friend bought this one at christmas time (http://www.thebay.com/eng/home-Mukka_Express_Cow_Print-thebay/151809) but they have the normal silver ones too. ^O^
@annalee Can u use the Scratch and save on this?
hi shopaholicinvan~ i’m sorry but i haven’t looked at a scratch’n’save ticket in a while, so i’m not sure if this is excluded. but when my friend bought hers, there was a promtion for all housewares, so i do know you can get one on sale if you just keep an eye out. ^_^
Je demeure au Québec à l’aval . Ou puis je me la procurer ?
Translated via google: I live in Quebec and downstream. Where can I get it?