Bialetti Venus Induction Blue
The most popular of our stainless steel stovetops, the Bialetti Venus now availabe in striking blue. The stunning metallic blue is achieved through Physical Vapour Disposition (PVD) treatment. This process produces a surface that is attractive, hard wearing and long lasting.
This stovetop espresso pot is made from 18/10 stainless steel and is compatible with all cooktops including induction (Venus 2 cup size is not suitable for induction stovetops).
A functional style with a practical, drip-less pouring spout, it is constructed from food grade 18/10 stainless steel and has an ergonomic, heat-resistant handle with secure anti-slip grip and features Bialetti’s patented safety valve.
To produce an authentic espresso in minutes, simply fill the bottom with water to just below the valve, add your favourite espresso ground coffee to the funnel and gently heat on your stovetop.
Please note, the cup size refers to an espresso cup which is approximately 30mls.
Material: Stainless Steel
4 and 6 cup sizes are suitable for induction.
2 cup is not suitable for induction stovetops.
Made from stainless steel. The interior of the bottom chamber is unpolished stainless steel (it does not have a coating, rather it has been sandblasted to provide a matt finish).
The Venus Induction Blue colour is not traditional paint but a thin film of metal material bonded to the surface of the stainless steel using a technique called Physical Vapour Disposition (PVD). The result is a hard wearing and long lasting appearance. However please DO NOT put your Venus in the dishwasher as the harsh chemicals in dishwashing detergent's will damage the coloured surface.
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Before First Use:
- Before using the coffeemaker for the first time, it’s a good idea to wash all the parts in hot water first.
- The Bialetti Venus is NOT dishwasher safe.
- We recommended that you throw away the first 3 brews.
- It’s really important that you don’t use the handle while unscrewing as this can cause the handle to break.
Watch the video on making stovetop espresso or see below...
- Fill the base with water to just below the level of the safety valve. Be careful not to overfill as the air in the space between the water and the coffee filter is what heats and forces the water up through the coffee. If the water tank is overfilled the result is boiled coffee, with a bitter or burnt taste.
- Insert the funnel.
- Loosely fill the funnel with espresso ground coffee, do not press coffee down.
- Screw the top section firmly to the base.
- Place the coffeemaker on a low to medium heat. When using on gas adjust the flame so that it does not extend up the side of the pot.
- It takes only 3 - 6 minutes, depending on the size of the coffeemaker and the intensity of heat, until it’s ready to serve.
- Remove immediately from the heat once coffee pot is full. Do not allow to boil and do not put on full heat as this may cause the coffee to have a burnt taste.
- Dissemble and hand wash in warm water. Suitable for use on gas, electric, ceramic and induction hobs.