HomeRoast Digest


Topic: Homeroast Digest, Vol 29, Issue 26-MOKA POT ODOR (909 lines)
1) From: decrisce.md
I'm so glad you asked the question about the moka pot odor. I too have noted this. I think its less in a stainless steel than in an aluminum one. I also think it may have something to do with the gasket. 
I too have tried baking soda, took everything apart, simple green, bleach based bathroom cleaner, etc. Its tolerable in the stainless steel, and the simple green seemed to help-but it does cause me to only use the moka pot minimally. 
There is zero residue in my pot-so I have little understanding of where the taste/smell comes from. 
Dean De Crisce, MD
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