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GROSCHE Milano Steel | 6 Espresso Cup | Stovetop Espresso Maker: Stainless Steel Moka Pot for Greca, Induction, Electric & Gas Stoves | Dishwasher Safe Stovetop Espresso Maker…

Original price was: $89.99.Current price is: $69.95.

  • GROSCHE Milano Steel is a premium stainless steel stovetop espresso maker
  • It is a versatile 6 or 10-cup size, suitable for induction, gas, or electric coil stoves
  • It has an elegant stainless steel design with a matte speckle black top
  • It craft excellent moka coffee and can be used with milk frothers for lattes and cappuccinos
  • It has a stainless steel handle and Italian Safety valves for enhanced safety
  • It is made of high-quality stainless steel and comes with a premium silicone gasket
  • It is compatible with induction stovetops and electric stovetops
  • It comes with a milk frother and has a modern, stylish design
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Buying Guide: GROSCHE Milano Steel | 6 Espresso Cup | Stovetop Espresso Maker

Introduction

Welcome to our buying guide for the GROSCHE Milano Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker. This guide will help you make an informed decision when selecting the perfect espresso maker for your needs. The Milano Steel Moka Pot is a versatile and beautifully designed stainless steel espresso maker that works with various stovetops and ensures a rich espresso experience.

Subheading 1: Compatibility

The Milano Steel Espresso Maker is compatible with Greca, Induction, Electric, and Gas Stoves. Before making your purchase, ensure that your stove type is listed as compatible to avoid any disappointment.

Subheading 2: Design and Material

The Milano Steel Moka Pot features a premium brushed stainless steel construction that not only adds durability but also adds an elegant touch to your coffee rituals. The matte speckle black top enhances the overall aesthetic appeal of the espresso maker.

Subheading 3: Capacity

The GROSCHE Milano Steel Espresso Maker comes in a 6 Espresso Cup capacity. This size is perfect for individuals or small groups who enjoy multiple cups of rich, flavorful coffee. Consider your brewing needs to determine the right capacity for you.

Subheading 4: Safety Features

The espresso maker is equipped with a stainless steel handle and Italian safety valves, ensuring a safe and worry-free brewing experience. The Italian Safety Valve prevents pressure buildup, eliminating any risk of accidents during operation.

Subheading 5: Cleaning and Maintenance

The Milano Steel Espresso Maker is dishwasher safe, making it convenient and easy to clean. Simply disassemble the components and place them in the dishwasher for a hassle-free cleaning experience.

Subheading 6: Additional Features

The GROSCHE Milano Steel Espresso Maker comes with a permanent filter, eliminating the need for disposable filters and reducing waste. It also includes a milk frother, allowing you to prepare lattes and cappuccinos effortlessly.

Subheading 7: Product Specifications

  • Brand: GROSCHE
  • Color: Brushed Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5″D x 5.9″W x 9.4″H
  • Special Feature: Induction Stovetop ready, Stainless Steel, Electric Stovetop Compatible, 18-8 Stainless steel, Permanent Filter
  • Coffee Maker Type: Percolator
  • Filter Type: Reusable
  • Style: Modern
  • Included Components: Milk Frother
  • Operation Mode: Manual
  • Model Name: Milano Steel Brysked 6 espresso cup
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Item Weight: 2.09 pounds
  • Manufacturer: GROSCHE
  • Item model number: GR 428
  • Date First Available: July 13, 2020
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Specification: GROSCHE Milano Steel | 6 Espresso Cup | Stovetop Espresso Maker: Stainless Steel Moka Pot for Greca, Induction, Electric & Gas Stoves | Dishwasher Safe Stovetop Espresso Maker…

Brand

GROSCHE

Color

Product Dimensions

5.5"D x 5.9"W x 9.4"H

Special Feature

18-8 Stainless steel, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop ready, Permanent Filter, Stainless Steel

Coffee Maker Type

Percolator

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

Modern

Included Components

Milk Frother

Operation Mode

Manual

Model Name

Milano Steel Brysked 6 espresso cup

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Touchscreen

Item Weight

2.09 pounds

Manufacturer

GROSCHE

Item model number

GR 428

Date First Available

July 13, 2020

1493 reviews for GROSCHE Milano Steel | 6 Espresso Cup | Stovetop Espresso Maker: Stainless Steel Moka Pot for Greca, Induction, Electric & Gas Stoves | Dishwasher Safe Stovetop Espresso Maker…

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  1. Travis Marsh

    I’ve been using this coffee maker an average of once a day since I got it in May. It always makes perfect coffee for me! I grind 4 tablespoons of coffee beans per batch with the maximum water level (just barely touching the bottom of the valve in the reservoir, fills 2 large mugs) and the coffee is strong and smooth without off flavors every time. When tightening down the threaded connection, there is no need to over tighten it. If all of the pots are machined the same, I’ve found that threading it on until it is just a little snug with the handle oriented over the valve (like in the picture) is just right. This is a very efficient way to get the most out of your coffee beans, it takes at least a couple of weeks to get through a typical 12 ounce bag of beans. Cleaning it daily is a little bit of a chore but it’s worth it in my opinion. If you’re a busy person and don’t have time to wait for it to boil and then clean it every day, it would still make a nice treat for slow mornings and your days off work.

    During the time I’ve had it, I moved and have used it with 2 different gas ranges. Not all gas ranges are equal, the range I’m using currently finishes making the coffee in about a third of the time of my previous one (less than 5 minutes starting with cold water). I’m not sure how it is on electric but I imagine it would take quite a bit longer. An aluminum pot might be better for an electric stove (since it conducts heat quickly), but if you have plans to ever get an induction stove like I do this steel pot would work while the aluminum pot would be useless!

    I love this thing! It’s well made, so satisfying to use, not that expensive, and I think it’s going to last me for years to come.

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  2. Kindle Customer

    After retirement I gave up coffee for a year, lost the weight, doubled down on healthy diet strategies. I learned that espresso is perfectly OK (in moderation … a new paradigm for me). Want NO new electrical appliance. I researched all the models and decided on SS, no batteries, a modern version of the old fashioned aluminum stovetop espresso maker my Italian friend from school had. The GROSCHE 6 cup model. My first bag was Allegro organic ground espresso roast … the espresso is best coffee I have ever had. The caffeine is not a kick so much as a mild euphoria. Evenings: LAVAZZA decaf is not organic but imported and also excellent.

    Easy to use, very fast on the cooktop, just rinse after cool down. A reason to get up in the morning.

    I use a dash of cashew milk (we make our own … yes, new Vitamix, the fancy one) to reduce staining.

    Note: The stem on the coffee basket extends to 1/2” from the bottom of the reservoir. This leaves between 1 and 2oz water remaining after percolation is complete. Could that stem be a bit longer, another 1/4 to 3/8” ? A question, if anybody at GROSCHE reads this.

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  3. Plant ecology

    Pros: Heavy and sturdier than other brands, handsome. Cooks on my invection (Duxtop).
    Cons: Coated with unknown material in water-holding base. Weird aftertaste. Steam leak.

    I don’t know if the water-holding base is coated in teflon or some other toxic layer but it sure isn’t plain stainless steel in there.

    The rest seems made of stainless steel.

    As in another buyer’s video, steam comes out of the seam where the top and bottom screw together and it shouldn’t. I’ve owned this style of espresso maker for years and that never happened before. If you keep the water level an inch below the steam release valve it does not steam at the seam, however.

    Also there was a complaint that the handle gets hot but I found keeping the pot at the edge of the burner so that the handle is not hanging over a hot spot, it was fine to hold the handle after it percolates.

    There’s a bit of a weird aftertaste to the coffee the first three time. Not really sure if it’s from the lining or not.

    Is there some reason plain stainless steel can’t work for the water reservoir too? This isn’t the only brand that coats it. I have plain stainless steel pans that aren’t coated in anything and I boil water in them without any problem. It seems an idiotic design choice for this item. Plus it would be nice to know what coating it is and whether or not it is toxic.

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  4. Beatriz

    This is a very handsome, good-looking moka pot that makes a superb cup of coffee. The base is weighty (as you would expect with an induction compatible pot) and smacks of quality. The pot itself seems a bit tinny, but it’s not! I have compared it with the steel on my Bialetti (which does not seem ‘tinny’ at all) and it is the same thickness. I have concluded that the difference between the Grosche and the Bialetti is the hinge, not the thickness of the steel. The Bialetti has a plastic/nylon hinge. The Grosche’s hinge is stainless steel, the nature of which causes it to rattle around a bit, giving it that tinny feel. I do prefer the stainless steel hinge of the Grosche, but at first, before looking into it, the seeming tinniness is a little disconcerting.

    The other difference between the two is that the edges of the Grosche are not as rounded as the Bialetti. They are by no means ‘sharp’, but they are definitely ‘sharper’. This, again, denudes the sense of quality, and maybe adds to the sense of tinniness. However, unlike some cheaper pots that I have owned over the years, I DO NOT feel at risk of shredding my hands when I wash it.

    Having had this pot for some months, I have made a lot of coffees, and am totally delighted. I drink my moka espresso straight, my partner turns it into an Americano with cream. The 10 cup size is good for the pair of us. We certainly could have got away with an 8 or 9 cup size, if such had been available at the time we purchased; 6 cup size (as in my Bialetti) is too small for the pair of us, unless we are having a small second cup.

    In synopsis, I am extremely happy with my purchase, and highly recommend this pot. I wish it was not quite so expensive (there again, it wasn’t $200!), however, I am quite sure I will still be using this pot in 20 years. That thought makes it seem inexpensive,… although it is a perverse thought when everything nowadays seems to have a life expectancy of 2-5 years.

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  5. Travis Marsh

    Bought this 2 years ago and I was not happy because the lid didn’t fit properly on top without jiggling it. The hinge is not precisely constructed, the tab meant to be used to flip open the top gets too hot and the lid flops all the way open spraying droplets of hot water everywhere including your hand. The only way to open the lid immediately after or during use is with an oven mitt. This design flaw is not expected given the $70+ price tag.

    The company was kind enough to send me a replacement but the lid on that one was not much better. In addition I could tell the attachment area of the lid was a weak point as it was only welded in two small spots to the side. With heating and cooling the metal will expand and shrink, making for an unstable point of contact. Screws would be more effective. I thought it was only a matter of time before the flimsy lid would fail. Well, it did. Pics show the lid fell cleanly off the welded spots.

    It is really too bad because the rest of the moka pot is well made and the company has a social responsibility mission that is admirable. But this is a review of the product. With just a bit of thoughtful designing, it may be worth the price tag.

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  6. José A Negrón

    super recomendable esxcelente A+++++++++

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  7. DeniseS

    Je suis vraiment satisfaite, produit solide et fais un excellent café. Bien l’impression que ça sera ma cafetière pour longtemps
    Rapport qualité-prix très satisfaisant

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  8. new yorker

    I purchased this because I really wanted a stainless steel moka coffee maker and because of its size (which you need to know is really just one large mug of coffee). I already had the aluminium Grosche moka pot (9 cup), but because of concerns with aluminium, I decided that for everyday use, I wanted a stainless version.

    At first I was going to return this one because of the issues I will describe below in the con section, but in the end I decided that the design ‘flaws’ do not outweigh the benefits of a stainless steel machine. And it makes a great cup of coffee. So here goes:

    Pros:
    – Good capacity compared to many moka stovetop coffee makers
    – Stainless steel (nice and thick, rounded bottom which is nice)
    – Doesn’t leak, good seal while brewing
    – Pours very well into the cup with no dribbles (my other aluminium Grosche dribbles no matter what I try to do)
    – Attractive (very nice to leave out on the counter or stove)

    Cons:
    – The entire lid is made of stainless steel and it gets very hot. To open the lid, you need to press on a stainless tab that sticks out above the handle (no knob in the middle). Because it’s stainless and ver hot, opening the lid while the coffee is brewing requires the use of a cloth (or a spoon to open the lid from the spout). Also, you need to apply some pressure to open the lid (it doesn’t just go up and down smoothly). I honestly do not know why they didn’t add a piece of silicone or something to the tab at the back so that we don’t burn our fingers while trying to peek at the coffee to see if brewing has completed. Although the solid stainless lid is attractive, it would be so much better if it had a knob in the middle like other moka coffee makers so that I could just open it without all the fuss.

    – The top part, which receives the coffee as it brews, has a moat at the bottom. It’s hard to describe, but basically, the bottom is not flat like other moka coffee makers. Instead, there’s a central plateau that rises about three-quarters of an inch from the bottom, and it’s surrounded by space (like a moat around a castle) that is less than a baby finger’s width. I have no idea why it would have been designed this way, but it means that it’s hard to clean in that space. I have a very small brush but even that can’t get in there properly. So I rinse out the coffee maker as soon as I’m done brewing, but over time, I might want to give it a good cleaning, which will be a challenge. Maybe soaking it in vinegar will work, although I’m not sure that’s a good idea for good-tasting coffee. If this design has a specific purpose, then Grosche should include information in the very tiny and not very useful sheet that comes with the coffee maker, to reassure users that it’s a great design feature.

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  9. new yorker

    Exactly what I wanted!

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  10. Gulpers

    Highly recommend. I’ve bought so many espresso pots and everyone of them leaks waters where you twist the two half together. This pot does not leak!
    Its sealed tight. It’s great. It does what it’s supposed to.

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  11. isabelle

    Café américain

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