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Bialetti Kitty 6-Cup Espresso Maker

A modern reimagining of Bialetti’s classic espresso maker, this two-part stainless steel stovetop brewer delivers delicious, rich espresso—add a dollop of foam for an espresso macchiato or pour over a scoop of ice cream for a creamy affogato...Read More

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A modern reimagining of Bialetti’s classic espresso maker, this two-part stainless steel stovetop brewer delivers delicious, rich espresso—add a dollop of foam for an espresso macchiato or pour over a scoop of ice cream for a creamy affogato. One sip, and you’ll understand why there’s a Bialetti brewer in 90 percent of Italian households.

  • Manufacturer: Bialetti
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Care: Hand wash only
  • Dimensions: 8"
  • Capacity: 6 espresso cups
  • Made in China
FEATURES
  • Makes six espresso cups in under five minutes
  • Durable and attractive stainless steel construction
  • Ergonomic Bakelite handle features a wide reach for easy, safe pouring
  • Easy to use: simply fill the lower chamber with water, place the filter in the tank and fill with coffee, screw the top back on, and heat on medium. The pot will quickly begin to steam and sputter—when the top is full of coffee, remove from heat and enjoy
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The Bialetti 6-cup espresso maker
I'd been searching and searching for a stainless steel espresso maker! I was excited when I found this one online just before the holidays and it arrived promptly! I appreciate the graceful lines of this Bialetti-6-cup and it brews excellent espresso! I don't go anywhere without it! In fact, I'll most likely purchase a second one specifically designated for travel! Thank you!
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January 9, 2015
Works Flawlessly
This Moka pot works flawlessly, and makes delicious espresso. I have had no problems with leaking. The pot can be filled with water just up to the bottom of the little safety valve, but not above it, or you will have leaks. It does leave some water in the pot after it is done making the espresso, to ensure the pot does not get too hot. Following the directions that accompany the pot helps. I use it on an electric burner, starting it on high, then once the coffee starts to bubble up to the upper pot, I turn it to medium-low, until done. Then take it off the heat. When I bought it, it had a sticker on the side saying it would work with induction heat, but have not tried it.
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March 15, 2015
Beautiful and Functional Espresso Maker
I have owned the traditional Moka pot for years and wanted to move away from aluminum. The stainless steel Kitty by Bialetti not only brews a delicious espresso, it is also very stylish! Easy to use, easy to clean. Kudos to Bialetti for making a great pot.
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February 1, 2015
Perfect!
I bought one as a gift - so easy to use, clean and delicious coffee - also stainless steel so no harmful material. Thank you!
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May 10, 2015
pretty!
What a nice larger version of the two-cup Bialetti i use daily when it's only me at home! This one has the same process and steams quickly and tightly. I bought it for the material -- stainless steel -- as well as for the design.
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March 7, 2015
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solid constructions, clean styling
Keir W on Jul 12, 2015
Good Reviews, can't afford the expensive automatic machines so will give this a try!
Donna G on Jun 1, 2015
read that stainless steel espresso pots have better tasting espresso than aluminium
Amy M on Jun 3, 2015
Good reviews; stainless steel; makes espresso for 6; most of all, because it is so much more environmentally friendly than the kinds that use individual disposable mini-cups.
Joyce G on Apr 12, 2015
will this espresso pot work on an induction stove top
A shopper on Nov 3, 2013
Best Answer: This espresso pot is not induction compatible.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 4, 2013
size

how many oz. of water does the bottom hold?
A shopper on Mar 28, 2014
Best Answer: The bottom holds 16 fl oz.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Apr 2, 2014
Can this be used to make regular coffee (not just espresso?)
A shopper on Feb 22, 2015
Best Answer: not really: Espresso is made a certain way, namely, by fast-'pressing' water up through the grounds. That's what this does, so it makes espresso (only)!
Reply · Report · Vicki S on Feb 24, 2015
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Has anyone had the problem of leaking even though the top is screwed on tightly? I've had it about 3 years which doesn't seem long enough for the threading to give out.
roberta v on Jan 25, 2015
Best Answer: I have had this problem, too, on occasion. The best solution I have been able to find is not to fill the coffee filter all the way to the top - especially if the coffee is finely ground. If I fill it 3/4 of the way with coffee I do not get the leaking.
Reply · Report · Karen S on Feb 1, 2015
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I bought the Kitty a few months ago. Worked great until three days ago when the safety valve spouted steam, and the coffee would not go into the
top part. I'm so disappointed. Tell me what I can do?
A shopper on Jul 22, 2015
Best Answer: Hello-- I've been happy with both this espresso maker as well as a smaller one i've had now for years. With both, i have to be careful not to fill water past the hole (pressure valve) and to check that there are no grains of coffee on the gasket/ring. Also, i find i need to close the espresso maker tightly, not use a very fine grind... and be content, if possible, if all the water doesn't get use and thus less espresso is made than i would have liked.
Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Vicki S on Jul 22, 2015
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