Thanks but I am one of the few people out there who can taste stainless steel. Hot liquids make it worse. Can’t do stainless.I guess I'm too late, but I want to suggest getting the Bialetti "Venus" model. Some people think that stainless steel makes a difference in the taste of the coffee.
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I recently bought a "6-cup" version. It makes enough coffee to completely fill a large-ish "coffee mug". (Coffee mugs have tended to get a little bigger over the decades. My old-school mugs from decades ago ... the ones actually made in England and saying so on the bottom ... are a bit smaller. The 6-cup Bialetti makes a bit too much for that mug.)Except I’m not understanding the sizes.
It will just be me using it. I like cappuccinos. Would a 3 cup be too big or ok?
Great for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up.
Ahh ... you remind me!The cups I use are small, from a dedicated espresso set. Reminds me of drinking coffee at the bar in a Parisian cafe.