Espresso Maker Framework/Clockwork
Stovetop espresso makers, also known as macchinettas, are things. Consisting of three seperate physical parts, one of which has a hinged part:
It is made out of aluminum with a hexagonal shape that inhances the espresso's aroma. The plastic/rubber handle resists heat conduction. It is lightweight and very durable.
Water is added to the resovoir at the bottom of the Framework to the desired level. Espresso coffee grounds are then stuffed into the middle part in correspondence with how much water is added. The coffee ground piece is placed into the water resovoir where the funnel is submersed in the water. The remaining piece is placed on top and screwed on; with an upright funnel and an empty resovoir. Then, place over source of heat; flame or electric stove. As the water heats up, pressure it built. Water is then filtered up through the coffee grounds, up through the top funnel and into the top resovoir. The lid is opened and poured to drink.