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Bodum 1446-01US4 Latteo Milk Frother with Glass Handle, 8-Ounce
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- Manual milk frother to create cafe style coffee at home
- Carafe is made of borosilicate glass and can be put into microwave to heat frothed milk
- Easy to hold handle while frothing
- 8 oz. capacity
- Carafe and plunger are dishwasher safe
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For froth-seekers, here's the rest of the story: After the second broken Bodum, I finally decided to splurge and bought an expensive Breville frother. It did not work AT ALL. Sent it back after a week of trying REALLY hard to generate froth, with only a few quickly dissipating bubbles as a result. Don't waste your money there!
But then, I came across the Frabosk stainless steel frother - basically a stainless version of the Bodum -- also on Amazon. It's AWESOME! Makes perfect froth, can be heated on stove burner at the same time I make my espresso (in a Bialetti Moka pot. Totally easy to clean, takes fewer pumps than the Bodum to make creamy delicious froth, and best of all: not breakable! If you've been on the hunt for a good inexpensive, durable, manual frother, this is the one to try.
Tip: when frothing with this, be sure to "slap" the top of the milk with the paddle, pushing air into the milk, rather than leaving it inside the milk and merely churning. Do it right and you'll have about as good a frother as one could hope for.
I wanted a manual frother, and this works wonderfully. Heat your milk, cream, or half and half in the carafe in the microwave on beverage setting. Then froth. Foam holds for hours and makes your coffee delightful.
The glass on this frother is similar to an everyday wine glass--not very thin but not pyrex thick so use caution setting it on a granite or marble countertop. The handle did not get hot in the microwave and I actually had to use a cooking thermometer to see if the milk was hot enough (which it was). I've been using 2% milk which took a little extra pumping action. I suspect skim would froth easier/faster. If you fill the milk up to the max, you will probably have enough for 2 large lattes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome for homemade lattes! We just microwave a cup of milk for a minute on high and pump it between 60 and 100 times. We also found that the type of milk can matter...Published 1 month ago by Bri
Hot frothed milk in your coffee, why not? Fill to the line with cold milk, 1:30 in the microwave and then back to the counter to put the top on. Then the fun starts! Read morePublished 1 month ago by DESTRO
This product is awesome, the milk doesn't have to be fat free and I always heat it up a little bit, which thickens it even more. The glass is very thin but really good quality. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aleksandra
Big....like their french press, easy to pump up. Some of milk comes up without froth if I am not carefulPublished 1 month ago by Pkras