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Mr. Coffee BVMC-EL1 Cafe Latte

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  • Delicious lattes in one simple touch
  • 24-ounce capacity to serve more than one drink at a time
  • Auto power off once drink is ready
  • Powerful milk frother
  • Also makes hot chocolate; recipe book with 20 latte and hot chocolate recipes included
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 6.9 x 13.8 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B005BG7MK4
  • Item model number: BVMC-EL1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,210 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #780 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Bring the Coffeehouse Experience Home

The Mr. Coffee Café Latte makes delicious lattes in one simple touch and provides a quick, easy and affordable solution for latte lovers. The automated process will brew coffee or espresso while heating and frothing milk to create a delicious latte.

Be Your Own Barista

The recipe book includes 20 different varieties of easy to make drinks that are tasty, fun and will help you save money compared to visiting the coffeehouse chains. From a basic latte to a decadent gingerbread latte, the process is easy and consistently delivers great results. Bring coffeehouse-style beverages from the latte maker to your cup in minutes.

Easy to Use and Serve

The Café Latte features easy to use controls and an automatic latte cycle. In just three steps, you can create your perfect latte.

  1. Load water and espresso or coffee grounds into the top of the lid
  2. Add milk and desired ingredients to the latte carafe (froth may vary by type of milk used)
  3. Push the Power lever down to turn on the latte maker

When the latte creation process is complete, the machine will turn off automatically and your latte will be ready to serve. Fill your favorite mug, spoon any additional foam into your cup to complete your latte, and enjoy.

Latte ideas
Make up to twenty different delicious drinks from home with recipes from the included recipe guide
Simple to Clean

Clean up of the Café Latte is a breeze and should be done after each use. To start, pour out remaining liquids from the latte pitcher. Then, remove the lid and wipe down the pitcher with a damp sponge or cloth. The carafe is not dishwasher-safe. Simply wipe the exterior of the machine with a damp cloth. You can place the dishwasher safe coffee brew basket in the dishwasher.

Hot chocolate
Makes Hot Chocolate Too

You can also treat the whole family to hot chocolate with the Café Latte. Simply add milk and hot chocolate ingredients to the latte jar and switch the selector lever to the heat & froth function. When the unit is turned on, it will heat and froth the milk without activating the brewing function.

Enjoy your favorite latte
Brew, froth, and enjoy a latte or cup of hot chocolate
Mr. Coffee Cafe Latte


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

VERY easy to use and clean.
LatteLaurie
I LOVE this coffee maker...use it 1-2 times a day since I got it (6 months ago).
Sophie From Boonton
Makes great coffee, lattes and frothy milk.
dawn m. russell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

632 of 662 people found the following review helpful By Alex S TOP 50 REVIEWER on November 3, 2011
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I have been using the Mr. Coffee BVMC-FM1 20-Ounce Frappe Maker for quite some time, but have always wished that I could have something warm for winter. I did purchase a hot chocolate maker, but wasn't really happy with it. Back to Basics CM300BR Cocoa-Latte Chrome 32-Ounce Hot-Drink Maker it is very nice for a crowd, but not so great for one person.

So this particular item has made a big hit in my kitchen. It is easy to use, easy to set up, and I can use my own ingredients and have as many lattes as I want. The only problem I have had so far is that I have had to buy more milk ... I was making too many lattes.

As you will see in the video, the pot contains its own heating element. There are several things to consider. First, it automatically shuts off and never burns the milk. At the same time, it can't be cleaned in the dishwasher (although I never clean my coffee pots that way), and second, if the pot is broken, it cannot be cheaply replaced. So there are both good points and bad points.

In the video, I use the Torani Sugar-Free Syrup, Chocolate, 25.4-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 3) which I actually purchased from Amazon in a Gold Box deal last year. I put in one tablespoon, but if you prefer a sweeter latte, you can use a package of equal or two tablespoons. You can also use "real" chocolate, but as a diabetic, one of the key reasons I enjoy my own makers, besides saving money, is being able to make my own choices.
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202 of 210 people found the following review helpful By Granth998 on January 26, 2013
I started out looking for a machine to replace my coffee maker that broke and stumbled across this one that can do both latte's as well as make regular coffee, even though Mr. Coffee apparently hasn't caught on to this fact yet! In my opinion, their marketing department needs to get with it. I'll explain this more further down but wanted to first mention where this machine excels.

With other latte machines you have to manually steam and froth the milk, which means a lot of work and headache cleaning up afterwards (I could never get all the milk out of the steam pipe, which gets clogged up over time). This machine pays for itself by allowing you to skip all of that hassle and letting the machine do all the work. Cleanup is literally a snap. Now the die hard espresso-heads will say it's not quite the same flavor because you don't technically make the espresso steamed, but if you did a blind taste test you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference. I use 2% fat, lactose free milk because I'm lactose intolerant and it makes a lot of creamy froth! I also use Starbucks ground coffee beans and it tastes great but if you wanted a stronger flavor you could use espresso ground beans.

Mr. Coffee does include some recipes to make mocha, peppermint, hot chocolate and many other latte flavors but surprisingly they omitted one of the best and most frequent recipes that this machine does very well and that is making regular coffee, or to call it by its European name "Caffe Americano"! The name has its origins in World War 2 when American GIs in Europe would pour hot water into an espresso to approximate the coffee to which they were used to.
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362 of 385 people found the following review helpful By digit0lchica04 on October 14, 2011
Overall, I am satisfied. Pros: There are many different variations/recipes you can make which is useful, and it also makes good hot chocolate/chai lattes. The drinks come out extra hot (a plus for me since I take my drinks on the go) and they are easy to make. It makes the equivalent of two 16 oz lattes. Machine is comparatively affordable to others like it. Cons: I was disappointed to find out that it does not make a true latte. What this machine makes is properly called a cafe au lait. The difference is that a latte uses steam-driven espresso, while a cafe au lait uses drip coffee (which this does). Although some people may argue the difference, if your a hardcore espresso fan you know, as an au lait lacks the intensity of espresso. Also, the frother is not steam-driven - it basically whisks the milk to foam. This is not suitable for creating the silky coffeehouse- style foam that many are used to. The only other way I can think to make it better is to make it programmable. As an espresso lover, I have a full-fledged espresso maker at home (which takes time to make drinks) and I bought this to save time and money on my daily drinks. It does do that. It works like it says it does and although it's not the best latte i've had, i've certainly had worse.
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162 of 178 people found the following review helpful By TV Show Aficionada on March 30, 2012
I was never a regular coffee drinker (a half a cup now and then when I need a pick me up), however, once I tried a Starbucks' latte I was hooked. I tried lattes from other coffee shops and they weren't as good. Since I didn't have money to fritter away on a daily latte habit I did some research on the Internet to find out how to make a Starbucks' knockoff.

After I found out all the stuff I would need and the time it would take to prepare, I decided to see if they sold latte machines. I came across Mr. Coffee's machine and after reading the great reviews I promptly purchased one. This is definitely the way to go; it is as easy as using a regular coffee machine, < 5 minutes to brew. It is also an attractive appliance that looks nice on my counter. It appears to be durable and easy to clean (doesn't bother me that I can't put in a dishwasher). I've been using it for three weeks now with no problems.

To ensure that I came as close as possible to replicating the taste of a Starbucks latte, I was sure to purchase quality ingredients and appliances. I used espresso beans from Costco that are roasted by Starbucks, Torani brand syrups, 2% milk, and raw sugar (my preference). Through my Internet research I found out that coffee grinders with burr blades grind consistently even granules, and that the beans should be ground just prior to brewing. I also bought an airtight non-transparent container to store the beans.

Here's how I made my lattes (IMO, tastes as good, if not better, than Starbucks):

Measurements for 8 oz. latte (can only make two cups at one time):
4 oz. milk, 4 oz. water, 3 tbs. finely ground beans, 2 tbs. syrup (my preference is one tbs. each hazelnut and vanilla), and 2 tsp. sugar.
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