Mokapot
Mokapot
Mokapot

One of the most famous brewers in the world, the charming octagonal Mokapot is a pressure-driven, stove-top coffee brewer. It is beautifully designed, equally ubiquitous and divisive among coffee fans. It marks a cultural shift from espresso as an out-of-the-house-only beverage to one that could be made in the home.

PREPARATION

FROM

3 mins

INGREDIENTS

20 – 22 grams fresh of whole bean coffee 

Boiling water

TOOLS

Mokapot
Pouring kettle
Grinder, Spoon
Digital gram scale (optional)
Timer (or your favourite 3-mins song)

STEP 1
PREP AND PREHEAT

Grind the fresh coffee bean to a medium coarseness, or sea-salt fine, if you would.

Fills the bottom part of the Mokapot with boiling water, ¾ of the way.

STEP 2
THE ASSEMBLY

Add the perfectly ground coffee in the pot’s filter basket and place onto the bottom part.

Screw on the top chamber. Wait! Remember the boiling water in the bottom? We recommend a table cloth to avoid any regret.

STEP 3
THE MAGIC PART

Set the pot on the stove at medium heat. Hit the timer/music.

Once the water hits boiling point, pressure will work its magic to push the coffee stream upward to the top chamber.

You’ll know it’s done when you hear a hissing, bubbling sound.

Enjoy
Your Coffee
Enjoy
Your Coffee
Enjoy
Your Coffee
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Whether you are a coffee lover who wants to up your game, a business owner or someone who simply likes to start a home-brewing ritual, we’ve got you covered. At our training lab at Vietnam Coffee Republic, we offer a variety of introductory courses on coffee brewing and tasting know-how. These classes will be a quick shot of “espresso” to boost your understanding of coffee and how to best enjoy your delicious cup of joe.

Our classes are delivered by VCR’s A-team baristas in a well-equipped training lab. It’s gonna be a fun experience where you’ll get behind the controls of our world-class espresso machines and coffee-making tools.

Classes take place weekly on Saturdays from 2pm. Each class tends to last for  2 to 3 hours. Pop us a quick email at baristas@republic.coffee to learn more about our next class schedule.