GSI Outdoors Moka Espresso Pot

GSI Outdoors Moka Espresso Pot
GSI Outdoors Moka Espresso Pot
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Moka Espresso Pot by GSI Outdoors
The GSI Outdoors Moka Espresso Pot brews a delicious cup of espresso for you and your friends no matter where your adventures take you. The Moka makes 6 double shot servings (2fl oz) in just minutes so you can quickly get your caffeine fix before heading out for a day of exploration. It features an ultra-rugged Glacier Stainless construction that enables the pot to withstand years of brewing and a folding handle that pours easily and compacts for storage between brews. Included with the Moka Espresso Pot is the espresso body, carafe, folding handles, filter funnel, and gasket so you are ready to brew right away.

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SKU: GSI004R
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