The Best Italian Coffee Makers 2019 – Comparative
- by Mashfiq Ahmed
- 3 months ago
The Bialetti Moka Express is my favourite of this selection and has a very good price/quality ratio!
You will also find at the end of this article a buying guide that will help you make the right choice.
The best cheap Italian coffeemakers
For small budgets, here is an Italian coffee maker that stood out.
Bialetti Venus: the best cheap step
The famous Italian brand Bialetti coffee makers offer a cheap version, which allows you to prepare the equivalent of 6 cups of Italian espresso coffee (about 3 French cups), enough to satisfy many coffee lovers at the same time!
Made of shiny stainless steel, durable and unalterable over time, this coffee maker is beautiful for a long time, especially since it is possible to put it in the dishwasher, for an ultra-easy cleaning, no headaches (much more convenient than the aluminium coffee maker!).
Compatible with all types of lights, including induction, it adapts to all modes of heating. The nylon handle and knob are sturdy and offer good grip for ease of use, even if they look poorer than the body of the coffeemaker.
The safety valve is exclusive, easy to inspect and clean, patented Bialetti.
Level look, it has a classic design, timeless, "signature" unique and original of the famous "little man with moustache" brand.
Its design is however slightly different from the classic Italian coffee maker since it is round and not hexagonal. This has, I find, a little less charm and makes it especially a little more difficult to open, especially when it is hot.
Like any Italian coffee machine, its main fault is that it must not be forgotten on fire since it does not stop on its own. The stunned must be careful, but in return will have an espresso worthy of a real espresso machine.
For the coffee maker price in Bangladesh, it's a good deal, especially for beginners in the field who do not dare to embark.
The best Italian mid-range coffeemakers
For slightly higher coffee machine price in Bangladesh but still affordable, here are three Italian mid-range coffee makers that will please.
Bialetti Moka Express: the best mid-range
Here it is, here it is, the Italian coffee machine with the typical look as we saw so much formerly!
Once again from the famous Bialetti brand, this Moka Express coffee maker has remained in all respects identical to its original version, for my greatest pleasure. Timeless, it will be a problem in every kitchen!
Unfortunately, this version has not been retouched either visually or in terms of materials. Made of cast aluminium, it is certainly very resistant, but unfortunately is not compatible with all types of fire, and does not work with induction, aluminium being non-magnetic. Be careful so before you start, it would be a shame if you can not use it!
With its typical hexagonal shape and recognizable among all, even for those who do not drink coffee, this coffee maker is very easy to unscrew from its base for easy use. Its design is identical to the original version and this also includes its nylon handle that protects against burns.
Not particularly a fan of the design of this handle that is rather low-end, but it has been proven over the years. Needless to say, once again there is no possibility of automatic shutdown (logical, it is not electric the beautiful Italian).
With its capacity of 300 ml, it can prepare about 6 small cups or 3 large cups: it's not huge, but it's usually enough for a coffee solo or in love.
It is even possible to buy other versions of this coffee maker, with more or less capacity depending on your needs (variable prices obviously but still affordable). This coffee maker is my favourite of this selection and the best value for money in my opinion.
Rossetto: the modern
Comparable enough level look at the previous coffee maker, this Italian coffee maker Rossetto brand is it, this time, made of shiny stainless steel, stainless and very resistant and above all very easy maintenance.
Like the Bialetti Venus coffee maker presented at the entry-level, it is also compatible with all types of lights, including induction, ideal for all, unlike the classic aluminium version.
Its design is also elegant and round, which is original and pretty, but not always very practical when you have to unscrew the base, especially when it is hot. Nothing, in this case, the original hexagonal design, which is also a little more typical (although less design is true).
Unlike the previous coffee maker, the handle is much more robust and good quality, probably due to its soft-touch bakelite material.
His pommel is also more design and quality. A global impression of quality, therefore, for a nice coffee maker that will allow you, with its 56 cl of capacity to prepare a maximum of 9-10 cups of espresso coffee (6 cl per cup) ... well, let's settle for about 4 cups.
Be careful once again not to forget about the fire at the risk of burning coffee and damaging the coffee maker. A spare gasket would have been a plus, just in case.
This coffee maker is a very good deal given the price, for a quality coffee and keeps all its aroma. A modest and profitable investment in no time.