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Breville BMF600XL Milk Café Milk Frother

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  • Latté frothing disc for smooth and silky milk
  • Cappucino frothing disk for thick and creamy froth
  • Hot chocolate maker, by simply adding drinking chocolate powder, flakes or syrup to the warming milk
  • On-board disc storage
  • Product uses induction heating, you can simply place the jug in the dishwasher for easy cleaning.
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Please read the USER MANUAL for Instructions and Directions of Usage [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 10.2 inches ; 3.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004RCNJ9Q
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  • Item model number: BMF600XL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (285 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,210 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Creamy milk and hot chocolate maker. Hot milk drinks are best when made with the smallest bubbles. Rather than a bubble bath, it's that creamy consistency that creates a rich hot chocolate or a smooth latte or cappuccino. The Milk Café uses induction heating and spinning to make those small bubbles. Simply choose the appropriate frothing disc -- latte for a creamy result, the cappuccino disc for more froth -- fill with enough milk for one or up to three cups, select your temperature, and start. The Milk Café will froth and turn itself off when the desired temperature is achieved


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Customer Reviews

Clean up is easy.
Betty1
Well built: I've had it and used it 3-4 times per week for about 2 months now with no problems.
Connie
The Breville frother makes amazing foaming, smooth, rich froth; even with Soy Milk.
ThomasB

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

111 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Steve Hughes on November 16, 2011
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Like one of the 1 star reviews, I really didn't think this machine worked at all when I first tried it. But upon giving it another try before returning it, I realized it was just having trouble spinning up. It is magnetic action that turns the disc, not a motor, so it can get stuck; make sure it is clean and spins freely. It still sometimes has a problem spinning up, I just use a spoon to give the disc a little turn and that gets it going. Makes perfect frothed milk for my lattes, much easier than frothing by hand on my espresso maker. I fill it to just over minimum and the frothing/heating takes about 3 minutes.
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on January 9, 2012
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Yes, yes, I know you can just heat milk in the microwave or on the stove, but I inevitably either scald the milk, or heat it so slowly for fear of scalding it that it takes 15 minutes. I got a Nespresso CitiZ for Christmas, and wanted something quick that I could set and forget while I was getting the coffee ready.

After much research, I chose this one over the Aerolatte for a few reasons: it has a greater milk capacity; the temperature is adjustable; and the milk container is dishwasher-safe (as opposed to the Aerolatte's, which has electronic parts attached to it and has to be carefully hand-washed). I have to say, I'm quite pleased with the purchase. Some of the other reviews made me nervous about ordering, but the features were important enough to make it worth a try. Trust me, it really is a matter of adjusting to the quirks--although the manual isn't really helpful with those!

For me, it was the cold milk that was usually the problem. I'd pour in the milk, then assemble coffee stuff or mix-ins, and in the meantime it would get condensation on the bottom that would somehow fool the machine into thinking something was wrong. It would start up, then beep three times and shut off--which the manual says means the milk level is too low, although that clearly wasn't the case. But I've found that as long as I start the machine as soon as I pour in the milk, it works fine every time. Basically, any kind of moisture on the outside of the milk container will cause it to shut off.

But once you get going, it takes about three or four minutes for huge, billowy clouds of to foam form on top of the perfect-temperature milk--every time. (I use skim, and unlike other cappuccino makers I've used, the brand doesn't seem to make a difference in the amount of foam.
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Sarcastic Engineer on January 3, 2012
This milk frother is incredibly well designed and manufactured.

It should also be marketed as a hot chocolate maker because it also does this extremely well and none of the hot chocolate makers on the market are this well made. The instructions say to use chocolate shavings but I have used whole chocolate chips to make at least 25 batches of hot chocolate with no problems at all. Just run it with only milk until it gets warm, then add the chips.

Here's why it is so awesome:

- Stainless steel jug with NO electrical parts, no moving parts, no crevasses or strange concavities for milk to collect in, and it is DISHWASHER SAFE (unlike nearly all frothers and hot chocolate makers).

- Frothing disc is propelled magnetically through the bottom of the jug - that's right, the jug has no drive shaft at all (and hence no moving parts). The discs are also dishwasher safe, although the permanent magnets inside them will wear out faster in the dishwasher due to the extreme temperature and cycle length.

- Control dial lets you pick your desired temperature and the frother stops automatically once this is reached. Cold frothing is also available.

- Base has storage in the back for the disc that is not in use so you don't lose it. But it's magnetic so you could always stick it on your fridge so your guests ask "What is that?" and then you can show them the most awesome milk frother ever made.
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77 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Greendi on November 20, 2011
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The first couple of times we tried the milk steamer, it was a bit fussy about turning on. Press the button, the light came on, but nothing happened. After a lot of tries, we developed a routine of seating the pot firmly on the stand, twiddling the temperature dial, and then pressing go: then it works! It's been running smoothly lately, so I tried to start it recently without turning the temperature dial--no go. Once it starts, it produces luscious foam and lovely hot milk. So be prepared to pamper it a little and murmur to it softly in Italian and it will produce a wonderful result.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By N. Raphael Davis on February 1, 2012
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First off this is my second milk frother. The first one was on a Nespresso Citiz machine. There are a couple of things you need to know about these devices. First, as one reviewer noted the frothing disks spin via magnetic force so keeping them clean is paramount to success. Here is why unfortunately there is sugar in milk (lactose) and that sugar will, over time, keep the disk from spinning. Solution: take the disk off every time and clean it as well as putting the milk cafe mug in the dishwasher (this is per the mfg instruction manual) it is dishwasher safe so use the dishwasher from time to time. On the Citiz machine the disk would stick on me so often I began spraying it with Pam, also the Citiz mug had all of the electronics in it so it couldn't be placed in the dishwasher :(. This machine can also get the milk far warmer almost scalding hot! The only downside to that is it takes a little longer to heat it up that much. This machine also appears to have a better quality froth for lattes than the citiz and my citiz machine was scorching the milk where the heat element is. This machine uses magnetic induction heat that seems to be more even so I don't think that scorching will be an issue. Here is why I'm giving it 5 stars: easy to clean, even heating, gets really hot, and dishwasher safe! With SBUX raising their prices we're force to make our lattes at home so next up is the Breville Barista express!
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