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Material
Stainless Steel
Brand
Cuisinox
Color
Stainless Steel
Capacity
4 Cups
Item Weight
4 Pounds

  • Classic Italian method of brewing espresso
  • Made of 18/10 stainless steel
  • Induction base
  • 1 extra gasket & reducer included
  • Sizes based on 1-1/2 ounce "cups" = approximately 6 ounces

Do it the Italian way in 4 easy steps !

Step 1

Fill the lower chamber with cold water just below the valve.

Step 2

Insert the funnel and fill it with ground espresso (do not tamp). Tightly screw the upper part on to the base. Avoid using the handle for leverage.

Step 3

At medium-high heat, wait approximately 3 to 4 minutes until a steaming sound is heard to indicate that all of the espresso coffee has risen into the reservoir section and is ready to serve. For gas stovetops, the flame should not come around the sides of the pot.

Step 4

Once all of the espresso coffee has risen into the reservoir section, remove the espresso maker from the stove. Pour into espresso cups and enjoy.

Tips

- If you wish to make less coffee, first fill the base half way to the safety valve with water. Place the funnel filter into the base. Then insert the reducer into the funnel filter thus reducing the capacity for espresso coffee grounds by half. Add your espresso ground coffee on top of the reducer.

- Always allow the coffeemaker to cool down before opening it to wash.

- For best results, always wash your coffeemaker by hand.

- For best tasting results always use filtered water.


4 cup

1 extra gasket and reducer included.


6 cup

1 extra gasket and reducer included.


10 cup

1 extra gasket and reducer included.

Description

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.

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Q: is the inside of the water chamber steel or coated with some other material?

A: It is sand blasted stainless steel. There is no coating.

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A: It is completely stainless steel.

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andrew
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You may have already read a 1 star review that says "This makes terrible coffee! " but what you didn''t read was ...
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2016
Size: 4 Cup
I read tons of reviews on various stove top espresso pots before purchasing and returning a 4 cup Bialetti Brikka, and then finally purchasing this 4 cup Cuisinox Roma. I hope this review can be as helpful as possible to those considering which coffee contraption to... See more
I read tons of reviews on various stove top espresso pots before purchasing and returning a 4 cup Bialetti Brikka, and then finally purchasing this 4 cup Cuisinox Roma. I hope this review can be as helpful as possible to those considering which coffee contraption to buy.

There''s lots of stove top espresso pots out there, so how do you choose one? In the end, your goal should be to get a pot that has quality construction and not worry about whether or not other reviews say it makes great coffee. What makes the coffee good will mostly depend on the factors you control anyway. So, IS THE CUISINOX ROMA WELL MADE? YES, IT IS! Here''s why:

-DURABLE AND DISHWASHER SAFE: This pot is heavy and has a nice finish both inside and out. The Bialetti I first purchased, which is supposed to be the gold standard in moka pots, was aluminium and had sharp, jagged seams on the inside. An aluminum pot must first be seasoned and then it can only be rinsed without soap. You can do the same thing with a stainless pot, making it super low maintenance, but you have the added benefit of being able to throw it in the dishwasher occasionally.

-SUPERIOR SEAL: Probably the #1 complaint in reviews on stove top espresso pots is that they leak water or coffee out of the seal onto the hot burner. Some reviews say that eventually the seal will brake in and stop leaking. My Bialetti leaked so much that my pot couldn''t build enough pressure to even make the coffee! The Cuisinox Roma has not leaked a drop from day 1. The rubber gasket provided has enough squish to seal well, and they even include an additional gasket in the box.

-CONSISTENT QUALITY: The reviews for cheaper pots were extremely polarized. Either people loved them or hated them due to product defects. I took a chance and purchased a pot for half the price of this Cuisinox Roma and was extremely disappointed in the defective pot that I received. I purchased this pot because of the high overall percentage of positive reviews. Now that I''ve used my pot, I find those positive reviews to be accurate.

-THE HANDLE: It''s stainless steel, not plastic, and it''s tightly welded in two places. The #2 complaint you will see about stove top espresso pots is that the handle fell off or became loose. Some people have complained that the handle gets hot, but I preheat my water and have never had a problem. More about that later.

ARE THERE ANY DRAWBACKS TO THE CUISINOX ROMA? YES, JUST A COUPLE. Here are the negative points:

-HEAT CONDUCTIVE HANDLE: As I mentioned this is easily avoided by preheating water. When I first read about preheating water, I thought it was totally stupid. Why heat the water beforehand when the pot is designed with a water chamber for just that purpose? If that''s what you think too, let me try and change your mind. A stove top espresso pot takes somewhat of a watchful eye. You need to watch the speed of the coffee stream that emits from the spout to adjust your burner temperature and keep your coffee from over or under-extracting. The pot also needs to be removed from the burner promptly during the characteristic puff-puffs of the pot just before he last bits of overly watery coffee can come through the spout into the reservoir. You can''t just set the pot on the burner and leave it, but it''s not very convenient to sit and stare at your pot until the water finally starts to steam and create pressure. If you boil a kettle of water, take it off the burner for a minute to let it stop boiling, pour the hot water into the water chamber, and set the espresso pot on the already hot burner (after turning down the temp) the coffee begins extracting almost immediately without cooking your grounds while waiting for the water to heat. Now you can watch the show right away and you only have to stand watch for a minute or two while the coffee reservoir fills. It''s so easy! I can let a kettle of water "over boil" for a couple minutes without any negative consequences, but if I let my coffee over heat on the stove top for even a couple minutes then I''ve ruined the whole thing. Trust me, preheat the water.

-RIDGE IN THE RESERVOIR: The inside of the coffee reservoir has a deep ridge circling the outer edge. This makes a butter knife and a towel necessary to wipe out the fine coffee grounds that accumulate down there. It''s inconvenient, but not a deal-breaker. That''s why this review has 4 stars instead of 5.

OTHER GENERAL NOTES:
- The coffee cup in the funnel is the size of a 1/4 cup and therefore needs about 1/4 cup of coffee.
-Without using the reducer, this pot consistently makes about 6 oz of coffee.
-You won''t use all the water from the water chamber and that''s okay. As I mentioned, the last coffee to exit the spout is too watery and will weaken the overall cup. Remove the pot from the burner just as you hear the puff-puffs to avoid this.
-The coffee produced is more like really strong coffee and less like coffee shop espresso, but this is to be expected of all stove top espresso pots.

THIS REVIEW WAS A LONG READ, BUT HOPEFULLY WORTH IT! Now go have some coffee.
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B LONDON
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Made in China
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2018
Size: 6 Cup
I thought this was going to read Made in Italy. I am returning this item post haste as Made in P.R.O.C. was a surprise.
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Lupine
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This has a toxic non-stick coating in the pot
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2020
Size: 6 Cup
WHY would they do this for the part that receives water?! You can smell it in the water after boiling. I surely don''t want micro-doses of toxins every morning. I returned this one. Gave a 2 cuz it is a nice design, but that'' not enough payoff for poisoning my blood in... See more
WHY would they do this for the part that receives water?! You can smell it in the water after boiling. I surely don''t want micro-doses of toxins every morning. I returned this one. Gave a 2 cuz it is a nice design, but that'' not enough payoff for poisoning my blood in return.
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Thomas Jordan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Expensive but worth it
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2016
Size: 6 Cup
I upgraded to the Cuisinox Roma from the aluminum Bialetti, which had worked very well for 4 years, but i wanted to switch to safer stainless steel. The Roma is VERY well made - all 3 parts feel substantial when you hold them in your hand and there''s no coating on the... See more
I upgraded to the Cuisinox Roma from the aluminum Bialetti, which had worked very well for 4 years, but i wanted to switch to safer stainless steel. The Roma is VERY well made - all 3 parts feel substantial when you hold them in your hand and there''s no coating on the inside of the base as described in reviews of several other stainless pots, like the Bialetti.

After experimenting with a few different techniques i think i have the one that works best for me and produces the strongest espresso accompanied by a very nice crema on top. What i found is that preheating the water in the base until bubbles just start to form on the bottom, and then putting on the basket and top, ensures that the first water that reaches the coffee is hot. When you start with cold water, as soon as the water starts heating pressure starts building and the first water to reach the coffee is only warm, not hot. The coffee i got starting with cold water really couldn''t be called espresso - it still tasted great but it was only medium strength, had no crema at all, and, when mixed with steamed milk for a latte, the coffee flavor all but disappeared in the milk.

This is a really good coffeemaker and it''s design is beautiful too!
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Aimee P.
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It was like there was a metal film or layer that just ...
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2017
Size: 6 Cup
I bought this after much research and because it had such high reviews (we were looking to replace our 15 year old aluminum Bialetti - heeding to the alzheimers aluminum health issues). We followed the instructions to wash the coffeepot thoroughly, make a pot of coffee and... See more
I bought this after much research and because it had such high reviews (we were looking to replace our 15 year old aluminum Bialetti - heeding to the alzheimers aluminum health issues). We followed the instructions to wash the coffeepot thoroughly, make a pot of coffee and dump it to get rid of any residual manufacturing tastes..... yet when we tried the coffee it left a metallic taste on our mouth, and a numbnesses that lasted for a few hours. We thought it was a fluke, so the next day we washed the machine, made a pot of coffee + dumped it, and then made another batch to drink. Same thing! It was like there was a metal film or layer that just was not disappearing. What a disappointment. So we''re just sticking with our old Bialetti and we don''t ever wash it with soap because research said that the coffee bean oils on the inside of the coffeepot will keep the surface impermeable so aluminum wont leach into our coffee.... I guess I wont really know if this is true till I am in my 80s so I''ll write more in 40 years!
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Jan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Unreserved admiration.
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2015
Size: 6 Cup
We''ve been using the Roma daily for two years, and the espresso it produces, with the right technique, is really impressive, even compared to a full size, many thousand dollar commercial machine, which we also own. I don''t know how this is possible, but too many... See more
We''ve been using the Roma daily for two years, and the espresso it produces, with the right technique, is really impressive, even compared to a full size, many thousand dollar commercial machine, which we also own. I don''t know how this is possible, but too many knowledgeable espresso drinkers have agreed in back-to-back tests.

The espresso community typically says that the order of importance in making an extraordinary espresso are 1) beans 2) grinder 3) barista 4) espresso machine, and this rings true to me. If you get the first three right, this stovetop will not hold you back.

Just as background, we typically use counter culture beans, a Mini Mazzer grinder, filtered water, and an induction stovetop. We also have a commercial Nuova Simonelli Appia espresso machine in our home (which we also love).

If you are deciding between the Roma and investing in a regular espresso machine, I''m skeptical that you could consistently match the espresso quality with a machine that costs less than about seven hundred, like a Rancilio Silvia, and even then I''m not sure. The difference in price would pay for a lot of beans. The two big differences between a big machine and this stovetop is 1) in the volume of high quality espresso you can produce: trying to serve a group of six people a double shot each with the Roma will take a long time and be very hot for your hands - our espresso machine can make a high quality double every 50 seconds. And 2) steaming milk. The advantage of the Cuisinox is that it doesn''t take a billion watts and 45 minutes to heat up, like an espresso machine.

I can say confidently that the quality of coffee this is capable of producing will destroy what comes out of consumer machines like those made by Delonghi, Krups, or the less expensive Brevilles.

One tip: the base of the pot is so efficient that if you use induction, try using moderate heat. We use a setting of 8 out of 10 on our Bosch because we are too impatient to use 7.5 which would probably be better. At higher heat too much pressure is exhausted out the over pressure valve.

Summary: having used the Roma at least six hundred times over two years, and having compared the espresso it makes to many other stovetops and a range of espresso machines, I can say confidently that this is an extraordinary espresso making-device.
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Farben Kyber
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beautiful Steel Moka Pot (6 cup) - Tricky on my Induction Stove
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2018
Size: 6 Cup
I saw some rare negative reviews on this talking about getting lukewarm coffee. I had the same issue on my induction stove (2kw). I haven''t worked out the physics, but I think the problem is localized heating of water too fast = premature pressure. I tried the pot on a... See more
I saw some rare negative reviews on this talking about getting lukewarm coffee. I had the same issue on my induction stove (2kw). I haven''t worked out the physics, but I think the problem is localized heating of water too fast = premature pressure. I tried the pot on a radiant stove and it came out fine. My solution on the induction was to use very low power (#2 out of 8 levels) then i got a very slow, steady water rise resulting in great tasting, pretty hot (near) espresso. It took about 10 minutes to finish which is a little long (who''s got that kinda time) so I will expirament with a little higher settings. I also recommend warming up the pot section since there is lots of heat conducting surface. All the postive reviews about quality and looks are true, but would like to reiterate: Made in China and the upper pot section is not double wall. Water gets trapped under the silicon seal so need to pull it out to dry so worried about stress i''m putting on the seal to do that. Like I said though, plenty of positive reviews are overall correct, nice pot but I did expect a little more (i.e. not Chinese made) for the price.
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J. Psmith
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Smaller capacity than expected.
Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2021
Size: 4 Cup
My husband and I love afternoon coffee clatch, especially during 2020 when we were stuck at home so much. Our regular choice is a double latte. I have used a stainless steel Moka for decades. I bought it second hand and after years of making coffee with it, it’s... See more
My husband and I love afternoon coffee clatch, especially during 2020 when we were stuck at home so much. Our regular choice is a double latte.

I have used a stainless steel Moka for decades. I bought it second hand and after years of making coffee with it, it’s quite black- and hard to find gaskets for since it’s not a big name brand. So I decided to treat my to a new shiny model this year for our anniversary.

The design of this Moka pot is lovely, not too funky, or fancy, and everything is solid. I like the screw-thread, which is a complex pressed and machined design that handles the pressure of the steam beautifully.

This is a solidly made Moka pot. It makes excellent stove top espresso, full bodied and rich- so no complaints about how it brews. I also like the filter limiter that allows you to make a half pot. That’s a cool feature I’ve never seen before.

I do have an issue however with the capacity. Although my old Moka is a 4 cup model, and makes just the right amount for two double lattes– the 4 cup in this design only makes about 2/3 the amount of brewed coffee- so that was disappointing.

I’ll keep the “four cup” which I kind of consider to be a 2.75 to 3-ish cup, and use it when I’m making just for myself… eventually I’ll talk myself into ponying up for the six cup model- but for now, I am still using my old Moka pot for our afternoon coffee clatch, because it produces the needed volume.
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elizabeth richardson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Finally, an amazing cup of coffee!
Reviewed in Canada on February 23, 2020
I purchased the 6 cup pot recently and had very high hopes that I could finally make a great cup of coffee at home...I was not disappointed. I''ve tried just about every coffee making contraption out there but this pot outdoes them all by far. for me it is the perfect size,...See more
I purchased the 6 cup pot recently and had very high hopes that I could finally make a great cup of coffee at home...I was not disappointed. I''ve tried just about every coffee making contraption out there but this pot outdoes them all by far. for me it is the perfect size, it makes enough espresso to make 2 good sized mugs of Americano''s and I like my coffee pretty strong. It is easy to put together, take apart and clean. I have an induction stove and it works perfectly. My coffee is ready in 3 minutes flat! It may seem a little pricey however in my opinion it is worth every cent! I am so pleased with this espresso pot.
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Lisa
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great coffee and elegant appearance
Reviewed in Canada on May 10, 2020
This device exceeded my (high) expectations. I had been concerned about some comments in other reviews, but they turned out not to be issues: The handle does NOT get hot to the touch. The coffee does NOT taste metallic. We bought the 6-cup version. It produces around 4 to 6...See more
This device exceeded my (high) expectations. I had been concerned about some comments in other reviews, but they turned out not to be issues: The handle does NOT get hot to the touch. The coffee does NOT taste metallic. We bought the 6-cup version. It produces around 4 to 6 shots of espresso in terms of volume. (There is a small insert that can be used to halve the amount of space for grounds and consequently halve the coffee output.) The coffee tastes excellent, impressing even my coffee-snob spouse. The only quibble I have is that the upper reservoir that holds the coffee is narrow at the top, making it a little tricky to get your fingers or a scrub brush in for cleaning. We find a quick rinse in generally sufficient in any case so it’s not a problem.
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Matt
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Coffee tastes good, coffee pot dribbles
Reviewed in Canada on September 18, 2020
The coffee pot is good and functions as other moka pots do. I like that it has no plastic parts (though it was shipped in a plastic bag, and had plastic-wrapped spare parts inside). I found the parts somewhat difficult to screw together and expect it to get easier with some...See more
The coffee pot is good and functions as other moka pots do. I like that it has no plastic parts (though it was shipped in a plastic bag, and had plastic-wrapped spare parts inside). I found the parts somewhat difficult to screw together and expect it to get easier with some use. My main complaint is that the coffee pot *dribbles* -- and for the price, I was really hoping that it wouldn''t. Considering returning. Can''t really see how this pot is at least twice as valuable as others I have tried.
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Ashley
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Purchase immediately!
Reviewed in Canada on August 30, 2020
I LOVE this pot. I had a couple aluminum ones that warped or didn’t seal properly. I struggled and would often end up buying coffee out on my way to work. This little pot is perfect, stylish, well made, and produces the yummiest coffee I have ever had. I NEVER buy my...See more
I LOVE this pot. I had a couple aluminum ones that warped or didn’t seal properly. I struggled and would often end up buying coffee out on my way to work. This little pot is perfect, stylish, well made, and produces the yummiest coffee I have ever had. I NEVER buy my morning coffee anymore so it has already paid for itself. It is tricky to clean the inside, if it does come apart to clean I haven’t figured it out yet. The bottom tarnished from the stove but I brightened it up easily with some Barkeepers Friend and now it’s mirror shiny again. Definitely recommend.
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Mario
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This thing is awesome. Brews great coffee quickly and efficiently
Reviewed in Canada on December 2, 2016
I replaced a 6 cup Bialetti with this to use on an induction stove. This thing is awesome. Brews great coffee quickly and efficiently. It''s easy to clean and seems very durable. The top end of the percolator points down into the pot so you''re not going to get splashed if...See more
I replaced a 6 cup Bialetti with this to use on an induction stove. This thing is awesome. Brews great coffee quickly and efficiently. It''s easy to clean and seems very durable. The top end of the percolator points down into the pot so you''re not going to get splashed if you check on it.
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