GSI Outdoors Mini-Espresso Maker Small Stainless Steel

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GSI Outdoors Mini-Espresso Maker Small Stainless Steel -
Mini-Expresso Maker offers a flavorful cup of European-style brew in just minutes. Simply fill the basket with well ground coffee, add water to the valve level, screw the unit shut and place on your stove over low heat. Put your cup under the steam pipe, within minutes, you will be enjoying your morning expresso.

Features:

  • Brass steam pipe.
  • Makes one 2.5 oz serving.
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Use:Gourmet backpacker or car camper
Weight:8 oz.

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GSI Outdoors Mini-Espresso Maker Small Stainless Steel Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Perfect, just don't overstuff it.

As long as you don't tamp down the grinds, this works perfectly. I fill water (heated or unheated, it doesn't seem to matter with this small of a moka pot) to just above the pressure valve release hole, fill coffee and brush off the excess, then screw on the top tightly. On a Whisperlite, I like putting this on a larger circular metal heat distributer because I've knocked this thing over a few times without the base. I also use a small metal cup (shot glass size) to catch the percolated coffee. My only grief with using this product is that sometimes I need more than a shot of caffeine to get me going in the morning. It's also not good for more than one (unless you're really ok with splitting a shot), because it's too hot to undo and refill with grinds.
Jim the Runner at Campmor on 11/11/2011

one good espresso in a very simple way

The uptake inside should be a 1/4 inch further down. That way possible 95% of the water is used instead of 80%. I decided for stainless steel as it is a healtier material.
ratecle at Campmor on 11/11/2010

Neutral Reviews:

leaky seals, pseudo-vent

I bought six of these, kept one & use it on the stovetop. No steam comes from the supposed vent on the side; rather, it leaks from the seal, along with drops of coffee. Makes a smelly mess on the burner unless you stand there with a sponge during prep. Tried to drill a hole where the steam valve should have been; no luck. First few cups of espresso were disappointing but the taste improves over time. Pack finely-ground coffee lightly in the brewing cup.
former camper at Campmor on 02/02/2011