This includes Sheila Aram-Salahbin of Fairfax, Virginia, who said she learned about the nonelectric coffee-brewing method after a shopping trip to HomeGoods.
She found moka pot resources online and shared a tutorial on how to make a “perfect stovetop espresso” with the white moka pot she purchased in March.
It’s easy to learn and, in my opinion, it actually adds a bit of luxury when I make a cup of coffee for a guest,” Aram-Salahbin told Fox News Digital.
“I’ve used my espresso maker a few times, and I will say it takes a few mistakes to make a perfect cup of coffee,” she said. “[But] it’s a quality piece that gives your home an extra bit of extravagance, and now I feel like a barista with this stovetop espresso maker.”