Small, two-chambered moka pots sit atop many Italian stovetops, easy to use and producing a full-bodied coffee, rich in aroma. While a sound-alike to café mocha, chocolate syrup or cocoa powder are nowhere to be found in the moka pot, named after the city of Mocha, Yemen -- an early center of coffee excellence.
illy has spent decades understanding the dynamics of distinct preparation methods. Out of that emerged a customgrind of its signature blend for moka. Groundslightlycoarser than the illy grind for espresso, illy for moka offers yet more taste-awakening proof of what nearly 80 years of passion for coffee can produce: pure pleasure in the cup.