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Meseta Concerto ground coffee
€ 2,10Bio250 g € 3,60
Medium roasted Meseta Bio ground coffeeBio250 g € 3,60
Meseta Bio Dark Roast ground coffeeBio250 g € 3,60
Meseta Bio Filter ground coffee
Raise your hand if you don't have a moka pot and a packet of ground coffee! Created in 1933, the coffee pot designed by Alfonso Bialetti, is famous throughout the world, not only as a way to prepare coffee, but also as an object of design and an icon of Made in Italy.
Undoubtedly, for the Italians, the moka pot is all this and more: it is a ritual, a small pleasure, the ideal way to start the day or enhance a moment to take a break either alone or in company.
The preparation itself of the coffee pot is a sequence of small gestures that we have all been watching since our childhood, and which is legitimately part of our cultural background. Unscrew the coffee pot, pour the water into the boiler, put the ground coffee in the filter (without pressing too hard!), close the pot and place it on the cooker ring, waiting for that unmistakeable noise that tells us the coffee is rising, while its aroma fills the air...
There are, of course, small differences that we can find from one home to another: there are those who keep the ground coffee in the cupboard, and those who prefer to keep it in the fridge; those who use tap water and those who use bottled mineral water; those who keep the flame high and those at a minimum; those who stir the coffee as soon as it comes off the heat, and those who prefer to pour the first cup and drink a slightly weaker coffee... in other words, everyone interprets the tradition in their own way, and perhaps this is the best way to assess it.
For lovers of this preparation, Capsule House recommends the Meseta ground coffee range: a traditional blend and three blends of Fairtrade coffee - one of which dedicated to the preparation of “filter coffee” served long - produced with the best raw materials to guarantee top quality results in the cup each time.