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Cuisinox Roma 6 cup Stainless Steel Espresso Maker

by Cuisinox
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Product Features

  • Heavy gauge 18/10 stainless steel
  • Mirror polish finish
  • 25 years warranty
  • Induction base
  • Dishwasher safe

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Cuisinox has created a premium grade stovetop espresso coffeemaker with a distinguished style and hand crafted to the highest possible standards in the industry. Featuring a heavy gauge 18/10 stainless steel construction polished to a mirror finish, induction base, and suitable for all cooking surfaces. This exceptional espresso coffeemaker is beautiful as well as practical. * 6 cup capacity * Heavy gauge 18/10 stainless steel * Mirror polish finish * 25 years warranty * Induction base * Sizes based on 1-1/2 ounce "cups" * Dishwasher safe * 1 extra gasket included * 1 reducer included

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW May 18 2013
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This is the Cadillac of stove top Espresso Makers compared to the rest of the ones I have. No more pitting of the aluminum housings as this one is Stainless steel. Quality beyond belief. We love this thing so much that we will be buying another one or two for ourselves and for gifting. Comes with a spare gasket and a half pot separator plate for the coffee basket too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple and well made. Aug. 9 2013
By Brian
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I bought the Roma 6 cup pot about two months ago and I am very pleased with the quality of the unit and the espresso that it makes. I typically dilute the espresso with hot water to make about one litre of coffee, which I keep in a thermal carafe. Takes about five minutes to brew. Good bye and good riddance to drip coffee and cheap plastic machines.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice March 27 2014
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Great product once you get past the price. Works consistently well.

It took me a long time to find an expresso maker fro an iduction stove - this one is great.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but.... March 1 2014
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The quality is good, but it should have a non heat conducting handle. It looks good, but screwing on the top is a little awkward. It takes a bit of finesse.
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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Espresso Maker - A Nice Surprise Dec 15 2008
By Cate - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been using stove-top espresso makers for years, generally Italian espresso makers, so I was a little skeptical when I purchased this one. I purchased it because I thought that the design is lovely. Also, there is no rubber or plastic on the handle that might be subject to burn on my gas stove. I gave it a test run as soon as I received it. And, boy was I surprised with how well it performs. There was no spurting or spilling over as I poured. I did have to use a potholder to pour the espresso, but I have found that if you wait a couple of minutes, the handle cools off. This espresso maker puts out at least 6 full espresso cups, or fills one large mug. I couldn't be happier with it. After using it for over a week now, at least twice a day, the Cuisinox Roma is not showing any wear at all--in other words, no darkened burn marks on the sides. Very easy to clean, and it comes with a spare gasket, which is a plus. Also included is a screen filter that you place in the filter so that you can make 3 cups instead of 6. I would not hesitate to recommend this espresso maker.
53 of 56 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars For fellow coffee lovers Aug. 10 2012
By MCJohnscreek - Published on Amazon.com
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This review may be a bit premature, but my purchasing has benefited so much from Amazon reviews that I wanted to pass along this feedback to fellow coffee lovers. I have only had the Cuisinox Roma 6-cup for a couple of days, but here is some background and the current feedback; First let me say I fall in the school of coffee that says that none of the stove top pots actually make true espresso - but some come close and essentially some can produce a coffee close enough to espresso to make a decent cappuccino or latte. After giving up on the hassle of espresso machines I started using stove top pots and about five years ago I upgraded to a stainless steel stovetop from my old aluminum Bialetti. I bought a Veg Vigano Kontessa Oro. That pot made very good coffee and very near espresso, even producing a small amount of crema. The problem with that pot is that the handle is only attached at one point and fell off recently - it should be noted that I used the pot everyday, making multiple pots for about four years. I've also read and share some of the concerns with possible chemical coating on the inside of the water chamber of the Veg Vigono so I decided to try the Cuisinox. This is a very nice looking pot and seems well made. It produces more volume than previous 6-cup pots that I have had, but the coffee is not as thick or as close to espresso as with the Bialetti or the Veg Vigano. Using the reduction filter it is even worse, producing only what would be called "Americano" type coffee - not what I was looking or hoping for. If you want just a very good cup of strong coffee, this would seem to be an excellent all stainless steel stove top pot. However if you are looking to get as close as possible to espresso with a stove top pot, you may need to look elsewhere. I've written Veg Vigano to ask about the coating on their pots and will update this review if I receive an answer. If there is no chemical in their coating I will purchase a new Veg Vigano and use this Cusinox as a back-up or second pot.

Update to the above: I did not hear back from Veg Vigano - I was disappointed not to, granted they are in Italy and I wrote in English and perhaps I did not send to the right address. I did follow-up with a trusted seller - Espressozone.com. I have bought from them before and their feedback and tech support is always prompt and helpful. They advised that it is not a chemical coating, but rather just a sand blasted finish. I took their word for it, bought a new Veg Vigano and returned the Cusinox - the Cusinox is a beautiful pot, but did not make the type coffee I wanted. I am very pleased with this Veg Vigano. I'll tell you it did leak just a tad - a small amount of steam and water would come out just at the very end of the brewing process from where the top and bottom screws together. I examined the threads and everything looked just like my old Veg so I decided to wait a few days to see if maybe the seal just needed to be broken in a bit. Sure enough that seems to have been the case. I've been using the pot several times a day since and no leakage, just great coffee. Hope this helps you achieve the brew you are looking for - life's too short to drink lousy coffee!
43 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Pot Rocks ! Oct. 8 2009
By KariAndersson - Published on Amazon.com
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Cuisinox Roma 6-cup Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker

i've had this espresso maker for a few months now & it is Spectacular & worth every penney ! ( never thought i'd be gushing over an espresso maker - in fact, i almost never review prodcuts myself, though i read them thoroughly before making purchases - but here i am . . lol )

If you've used stovetop espresso makers in the past, i think you'll find its performance Exemplary & if you haven't, the web makes it very simple to learn. Best of all, this pot makes it Fun.

PROS : really substantial construction

sleek, elegant design - eye candy ! lol

( this product is amasing actually . . i'm a sucker for things aesthetically & materially Well Done & this pot ROCKS - makes me happy everytime i look at it ! )

25 YEAR warranty ( how often do you see THAT ??!!! )

delivers lovely cups of espresso in no time, with no mess ( and you can watch it happen - doesn't spurt all over with the top up so you can )

comes with an insert that allows the option of 3 espresso sized cups if you so choose ( about 3/4 cup total ), in addition to its normal 6 cup / 1 1/2 cup capacity

comes with an extra gasket as well

looks as Beautiful after alot of use as it did out of the box

CONS: Zero that i can see

It may seem pricey at first but if you love espresso & want something that is just lovely to look at AND that will last, this is definitely the way to go. ( We have used stovetop espresso makers for years & this one trumps all i've come across. The aluminum ones end up looking crummy in no time, plus you really don't want aluminum in your body if you can help it & coffee is a known acidic. And the stainless steel on this one, is not a flimsy layer that's going to wear off. In fact, i just sent this to my daughter for her birthday. She loves to entertain and this makes a lovely impression whether for one or for guests. You definitely won't want to hide this away. )

This product is apparently made by a Canadian company but IN China according to the literature that accompanies it - which speaks Volumes for company oversight in terms of quality control & definitely not the usual made in China purchase you wish you'd passed by.

Ok, have i gushed enough yet ?? lol

Cuisinox, Take a Bow !!!!!
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Coffee! LOVE this Moka Pot! Feb. 18 2012
By Mason Stewart - Published on Amazon.com
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Before this "moka pot" espresso maker, I've owned (and returned) a string of the <$150 countertop steam-pressure/pump espresso machines, only the first of which actually worked... until the pump finally gave out. All subsequent makes and models failed to seal properly around the basket. So, as an alternative replacement, I bought this Cuisinox stovetop espresso maker about 3 weeks ago, and have been SUPREMELY pleased with it. I sprang for this all-stainless model because of concerns over aluminum oxide exposure from brewing coffee (an acidic liquid) in an aluminum vessel like the original Bialetti models. Also, a friend's Bialetti had trouble sealing after repeated use, as the soft aluminum threads malformed over time. Double advantage with a stainless model.

Although it is pricey, it appears to be VERY well made. The stainless steel is thick and heavy, the silicone gasket seals perfectly, and the extra replacement one included in the box is an added bonus. I have yet to use the 3-cup adapter, and probably never will.

Please note: the 6-cup capacity indicates *espresso* cup sizes, or "shots" which are roughly 1 - 1.5 oz each. This is plenty of espresso for 2 standard-strength lattes, cappuccinos, mochas, etc. ...or 1 stout one, which is how I take mine. If you need to make more than that at once, Cuisinox also makes a 10-cup size worth considering.

The instructions indicate (as others have mentioned) not to screw the top and base together while holding it by the handle, as the torque could loosen it from the pot, despite the fact that it appears to be welded on quite sturdily. I have no problem twisting it together or apart: for grip, just place one thumb against the pour spout on top and the other thumb against the pressure relief valve (in the opposite direction, obviously) on bottom.

I find it makes the BEST espresso with lots of "crema" if I grind fresh whole beans very, very fine, then *gently* tamp them into the basket with the back of a spoon. (If they're not somewhat packed, you won't get the luxurious crema; but over-packing will cause too much resistance, and the steam pressure will be forced out the safety pressure-relief-valve, and not up through the coffee grounds.) I haven't seen the need to invest in a burr grinder yet - I use a simple blade grinder to get the grind as fine as I possibly can, to an almost powdery consistency that compacts easily.

Be sure to keep your burner on a medium or medium-low setting for 2 reasons: 1) so as to avoid boiling the already-made espresso in the the upper chamber as the pot is continuing to work, and 2) to keep the handle cool enough to lift the pot and pour. Doing this, I've never encountered the handle becoming too hot to touch, as others have mentioned.

Another advantage this pot has over steam-pump espresso machines is the ease of cleaning. Every serving of espresso is fresh and delicious, because every part is easily accessible to thoroughly clean. That's not the case with the reservoirs in pump-machines, which acquire a stale spent-coffee-grounds smell rather quickly.

The ONLY downside to this gadget is the need to let it cool before disassembling. If I'm in a hurry to make a second pot for guests, I simply place it on a potholder in front of a fan to quickly air cool it. Some have suggested placing it in cold water, but I would advise against this, as the thermal stress could potentially damage the welds, the pressure relief valve, or warp the threads where it screws together.

If I had to make this purchase again, I'd do it in a heartbeat. It's unquestionably worth every penny. 5 stars for functionality, 5 for style & appearance, and 5 for the AMAZING coffee it produces every time.

***Update Edit***
I've had this Cuisinox Moka Pot for almost 2 years now, and I'm coming back to re-review because I'm considering also getting the 10-cup size for when I have houseguests. I still haven't had to use the included replacement gasket, I've given it daily use, outdoor campstove abuse, and it still makes amazing espresso. It works fantastically on all the electric, gas, and induction surfaces i've had it on, although each heat source heats it & produces espresso at a different rate.

The reviews I've seen about it making watery/bad tasting brew or leaking coffee appear to me to be from improper use, so I've also included the follow tips which would apply for any moka pot espresso maker.

Tips for awesome results:
--Don't fill the water reservoir above the brass safety pressure-relief-valve.
--Just like ANY espresso maker, wipe the excess coffee grounds from around the grounds-basket-lip (where it comes into contact with the gasket) to get a perfect seal so it won't leak.
--Leave the lid open while it brews so you can watch it brew; when the crema forms and covers the espresso, it's done. The oily-black liquid should gently roll down the spigot sides until the pot fills and the crema gathers like sea foam. If you walk away and hear it begin quickly coughing air/steam up through the tube/spigot: it's slightly over-done, and the crema will then break up and dissipate. At this point, the espresso's still OK, but will seem more watery and bitter, and not as perfect as this gadget was meant to achieve.
--Use fine-ground coffee (espresso grind) or you'll have watery coffee.
--clean it regularly (it's a cooking utensil, duh!)
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Literally shocking how good this is... Jan. 29 2011
By jmcmann - Published on Amazon.com
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I am not a big review poster but I had to say something about this Moka pot and Moka pots in general. Specifically this pot came well packed with an almost perfect finish. My only complaint would be that there are some contact weld points that could have been filled in but this is a minor thing. The pot was well polished and boy is it solid feeling and heavy. A lot of the weight is in the base. The pot is machined well and everything fits perfectly. I am impressed with the quality, fit and finish.

Now how does it perform. This pot made the best coffee/espresso that I have ever had. Beat Starsucks hands down. It may not have the crema that a pump espresso machine can generate but the flavor is wonderful. I am 54 years old and I am ticked off that it took me this long to get one of these. Forget a press, forget spending $500 on a "good" espresso machine, this works so well that i'll hate going out for a coffee and prefer staying home. I guess several million Italians can't be wrong...
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