IDYLLA - it's best to feast on it while drinking Moka coffee.
Moka is a simple way of preparing coffee similar in taste to espresso from a cafe. At the same time, it is one of the cheapest types of coffee brewing equipment.
Moka coffee is strong, black, aromatic, bitter-sweet, and has a relatively full body that goes well with milk and other coffee drinks.
HOW TO DO IT BETTER
Coffee beans ground into a coffee maker should be small, but with particles visible under your fingers. We can check this by pouring coffee onto a piece of paper - the particles should be visible. Too fine grinding will cause the strainer to clog. Too thick grinding will give the coffee a flat and watery taste.
COFFEE TO WATER RATIO
1:7 - (7 parts of water to 1 part of coffee)
Make sure you use clean water that is free of unpleasant tastes and smells. If you didn't drink a glass of this water, don't make coffee with it.
To extract the best aromas from coffee you need water rich in calcium and magnesium in particular. The amount of these two minerals dissolved in water is a measure of hardness.
Some people enjoy milk in their Earl Grey, although it is not traditional to add milk to citrusy teas.
Goes well with sugar.
SIZE OF CUP, MUG, GLASS
Water used in Moka pot should be soft and hot.
Don't press down the coffee into the filter. All you have to do is to pile a small mound and screw on the top of the Moka pot.
To avoid spoiling coffee, i.e. brewing it too long, place the Moka pot on the burner over a high flame and do not wait for the bubbling to end.