Coffee from around the world roasted fresh daily. Have a browse of our accessories too, which are specially selected for our coffees.
- Traditional style espresso makers
- Durable stainless steel
- Suitable for induction hobs
- Three sizes 4 cup (160ml) / 6 cup (240ml) / 9 cup (360ml)
Your kitchen will smell amazing as you brew your coffee with this stainless steel classic stove top pot.
See below for more details
Grunwerg Stainless Steel Espresso Maker
Produced using high quality stainless steel, with a polished finish, and a contemporary design, the black handle is insulated and easy to hold. The stove-top espresso maker works on all hob types including induction
The simplistic design of this high-quality espresso maker allows for easy usage and is perfect for anyone knew to this type of brewing.
The polished stainless steel gives a modern look and is also highly practical as it is easy to clean and maintain.
The magnetic base makes it suitable for all hobs including induction.
Brew your coffee in the true Italian style and fill your kitchen with the irresistible aroma of delicious coffee.
Why should I use a stove top coffee maker?
There are many methods to brewing coffee which all give very different results. If you are looking for a strong cup that is dark and full of flavour, this is the perfect method for you.
It was first patented by Alfonso Bialetti in 1933 and has been a favourite amongst Europe for high quality brewing.
This is a great method as it is inexpensive, simple to follow and produces exceptional results that you might expect from a top of the range coffee machine.
How to percolate coffee using a stove top
Once you have practiced a few times, this is an easy method which anyone can get to grips with.
First, boil however much water you will need for the amount of coffee you are making. We don’t recommend using old water from your kettle. For the best flavour, make sure the water is fresh.
The device is in two parts, so unscrew the bottom chamber from the top and take out the gasket.
Fill the bottom chamber with hot water to the level of the small valve.
Fill the funnel with fresh coffee and smooth out the surface.
Put the funnel back into the bottom chamber and reattach this to the top.
Open the lid and place the device on your hob, starting on a low hear.
The coffee should begin to trickle through. If it doesn’t, turn up the heat slightly. If it gushes through too quickly, turn down the heat.
Make sure to take it off the heat before it starts bubbling (this may take a few practices to master).
Serve and enjoy!
Grunwerg – producing premium quality products for over 70 years…
Grunwerg has been committed to making coffee brewing a wonderful experience for over 70 years.
They specialise in premium stainless steel and use this material for many of their products as it has so many benefits. It is strong, easy to clean, resilient and affordable.
They have become so popular by perfecting the combination of style and practicality.