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Bodum Chambord 5-Ounce Milk Frother
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- Creates a smooth and consistent milk foam without electricity
- All parts dishwasher safe
- Quick and easy to use - just move the plunger up and down until the volume of froth doubles
- Microwave safe glass beaker
- Dishwasher safe
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The world of coffee would be half as exciting if there was not that delicious layer of milk foam sitting on top of it! From lattes to cappuccinos, the Chambord Milk Frother brings any coffee to its perfection. Simply add cold non-fat milk to the fill line before setting the lid in place. Then pull and push the plunger until you see your milk turn to a frothy foam. The volume of milk froth will approximately double. Allow the froth to sit for a minute and thicken up. If you would like hot froth, just remove the lid/plunger unit and put the carafe with frothed milk in the microwave on high for 20 seconds. Once you are ready, use a spoon to scoop out the frothy foam and top off your favorite coffee drink. The glass beaker is made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass. With the Bodum Chambord Frother and a Bodum Coffee Press you can be your own barista at home! Dishwasher safe.
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I clean my carafes in the dishwasher, and they go in the microwave (mine is 1200 watts) to heat the milk (I use high for 1min 10 sec). I can still hold the carafe in my hand, maybe other people are heating the milk to a much higher temp (I read one complaint that the glass gets too hot - if so use a hot pad) Yes, the glass will break, and there are no replacement glasses available. I use my frother every day, I would say on average they last at least two or three years until I do something stupid like knock them over in the sink or accidentally hit them against the sink. If you break your carafe, consider buying the Norpro (at $11.50) as a replacement for your Bodum.
I also always save my old plunger mechanisms, so if I don't like the new ones I can always revert back to the old (which were mostly metal) nd thre have been several styles over the past 12 years.. And yes, because of the spout on the glass, you will have some milk or whatever you're using spill out, but the old ones didn't have a spout on them, and you end up spilling when you pour it into your coffee mug. I usually put my hand over the spout to reduce the amount of overflow on the countertop. Tomorrow I'm going to try my old plunger in this glass and see how it does.
And, I've tried steaming the milk in the frother on my espresso maker, and that is a mess...I've also tried using the hand held electric frothers...and they don't work ver well either.
So, in essence, you can just use the cheaper Norpro version, or if you have a bodum, buy the Norpro as a replacement carafe. It only costs $12, and if you are making your own espresso drinks instead of buying them at the local coffee shop, in basically 3 uses you've paid for it in what you saved.....
I don't know how you would get the glass any thicker than it already is. It's pretty much the same thickness as any water glass. I thought about ordering a couple other frothers, just to see if they were worth the $50+, but decided it just wasn't worth it....
Although I love the product and would recommend, I thought I would note three issues: 1) milk comes up out of the top hole (where the plunger goes in and out) as you froth and can make a bit of a mess--runs down the side. 2) The froth can sometimes be too thick and essentially like a meringue. I haven't figured out whether that is something I'm doing differently or the frother (btw, I use 2% milk). 3) the glass container seems very thin and I'm on pins and needles that I'll inadvertently knock it over. That said, I'd definitely buy again.
Get this one! Frothed 1% or 2% milk is fantastically delicious on fruit or cereal as well as coffee drinks. It has the mouth-feel of real cream but without the calories.