Greca Mamá Inés
Also known as a "moka pot", the "Mamá Inés Greca" is a stove-top espresso coffee maker that brews coffee by passing boiling water pressurized by steam through your favorite ground coffee. This limited edition collectors item piece is distinguished by its light blue color. It features an image of Mamá Inés holding her greca and a cup of freshly brew Café Yaucono on the front side of the coffee collector and the Yaucono logo and the famous brand motto "Por el gustito, Yo Lo Sé" printed on the back. Makes approximately 6-8 espresso cups.
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