The Bialetti Kremina is an Espresso Maker that makes 3 Cups and boasts new abilities as it's the perfect tool for making a variety of coffees. From the makers of the famous Bialetti Moka Pot, their new stand out feature is the addition of a patented whipper device attached to the lid that allows for easy milk frothing once the coffee mixes with the milk. A clever all in one pot.
The device works similarly to a normal moka pot, but with one primary difference: you add 45g of cold milk to the top chamber. After the espresso is brewed and mixed with the milk, the centre tube raises up and The frothing occurs by pumping the handle repeatedly and in no time. you can be enjoying the creamy texture of whipped espresso or whipped espresso with milk.
The closest thing to a real latte without having an expensive espresso machine.You can make delicious coffee without the need of electricity using the Bialetti Kremina Espresso Maker and it s compatible with an electric, gas or ceramic stove. The Kremina is an aluminium coffee maker with a nylon handle and knob, a special safety valve built in the base and the innovative milk or coffee foaming lid. It s the perfect size for your every morning cup of coffee.
Bialetti Kremina Espresso Maker - 3 Cup Features
Creamy Espresso Beverages The patented whipper device attached to the lid allows for easy frothing of coffee /& milk.
Durable Construction Built with premium aluminum by a quality-focused brand.
Non-Electric Frothing No electricity is required to create creamy frothed milk.
Heat Resistant Handle Even when the milk s hot, you never have to worry about burning yourself on the handle.
This Product Includes
- Bialetti Kremina Espresso Maker - 3 Cup
- Materials: Aluminum, Silicone, Thermoplastic
- Dimensions: Boiler base diameter: 95 mm | Height: 200 mm
- Capacity: 140ml
- Not dishwasher safe
- Compatible: Gas, Electric, Ceramic Stovetops
- Bialetti Manual Coffee Grinder
- Bialetti Tuttocrema Milk Frother
- Bialetti Replacement Seal & Filter
See Josh from Alternative Brewing with the Kremina in Action: