Coffee has a long history in Italy. Venice was one of the first European ports to import coffee beans in the 16th century, and in the 19th century, men in bowler hats met in Turin’s coffee shops to plan for the country’s unification.
Luigi Bezzera in 1901 with other researchers tried to mix the powder of coffee with pressurized water and so the result was that a new concentrated by using drink was created: Espresso. In the late 1950s Italian people started making their own coffee at home, so they didn’t have to go to shops. They could do that with the new invention of moka.
This is a helpfull video about how to use moka in the greatest way.