Nespresso Aeroccino Plus Milk Frother
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- Maximum capacity: 130 ml (for milk froth preparation), 250 ml (for hot milk preparation) 120V
- Hot and cold milk froth for cappuccinos,hot milk for lattes
- Maximum and minimum level indicators.Hot milk froth in 70 sec
- Detachable base. Please refer the 2nd image for troubleshooting steps.
- NOTE:Kindly review the videos under the image section and user manual under product details for set up and user guidance.
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The newer Aeroccino Plus is an improved version of the older Aeroccino (no plus). It works great and - honestly - there is no reason to buy the old Aeroccino anymore (i own both)!
The Plus is larger, the milk doesn't burn to the floor of the kettle anymore, it can now be submerged into water (but no dishwasher!) and it can also do cold milk foam which looks great and stiff (hold the switch for about 2 seconds - the light turns blue instead of red).
Finally cleaning is really easy and can be done with water, sometimes a little soap and with the hands - there is no burned milk anymore (as with the old version). They also improved the coating so nothing sticks anymore.
If you love cappucinos or cafe-lattes, get one!
The Aeroccino froths milk either hot or cold, and has two attachments- a wire whip that produces a whole lot of stiff foam for cappuccino, and a plastic mini-paddle that produces whipped milk with less, but richer, foam for lattes. We prefer the latter lattes.
It heats milk quickly and silently, and the froth is just great. You store the attachment you don't use in the lid, where it is held on by a clever magnet.
Clean-up is a breeze. The no-stick interior works really well-- no burnt milk, only a little foamy residue to rinse out. Cleaning is a three second job.
Our only minor quibble is that the milk heats nicely, but it could stand to be just a little hotter. It would be nice to be able to adjust the temperature. We also wish that the Citiz Nespresso machine had a temperature adjustment control-- it needs one more than the Aeroccino.
This is a great product, and we are very pleased with it. It is a little pricey, but probably worth it. The bottom line is that it is a great little appliance if you enjoy delicious, easy-to-make lattes or cappuccinos.
UPDATE: 7/24/2010. Our aeroccino died after about three months. We treated it with kid gloves-- it has never been immersed and had never been in the dishwasher. Nespresso said the problem might have been leaving the mug on the base unit, although the owners manual does not say anything about that (it does say that you should not store the mug on the base if you are not going to use it for an extended period of time, but we use ours every day).Read more ›
While all three products were generally reviewed well, the reason we finally decided on the Aeroccino Plus was the speed with which it produced its froth and the ease of cleaning. A video we watched on the Capresso frothPRO revealed that this frother took around 4 minutes, sometimes even more than that, to make froth. In comparison, the Nespresso Aerocchino takes but 1 minute 20 sec, give or take. And while the Aerocchino Plus is not dishwasher-safe, it can be fully immersed in water, making cleaning very easy and fast, especially with its non stick surface. In contrast, the Froth Au Lait frother is a one-piece unit where the glass carafe cannot be detached from the actual electrical part. One look at that, and I concluded that this wasn't working for me. Also - what if I accidentally broke the carafe?
The Aeroccino Plus is not only fast and easily cleaned, it is also incredibly quiet and simply produces the best hot or cold froth (using the whisk-like stirrer), and hot milk (with the paddle stirrer).
The one thing I would like to mention is to pay attention to the instructions and really rinse out the unit after each use.Read more ›
Aeroccino Plus comes with 2 milk "stirrers" spun by a magnet under the bottom of the insert. One stirrer is whisk-like which whips air into the milk for a thick foam used in cappucinos and the other stirrer is just a paddle which incorporates minimal air while the milk is being heated. The big plus is that time is reduced dramatically. In less than one minute, the milk is frothed and heated which cuts down on prep time. The frothing is not bad but as suspected not quite micro bubbles. Using the whisk like stirrer, the milk comes out rather thick...good for cappucinos. The one criticism I have is the capacity of the machine. The holder is marked with 2 levels (one for each stir application). The first time I used it and filled to the lower level and stirred with the whisk stirrer, I found you could not put the lid on because soon after the stirring started, the milk over flowed and spilled out. This means you can add barely enough milk for a single shot. The second time I tried it, I filled it to the higher level marked for the paddle stirrer.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Needs some improvement - the first one lasted for 2.5 years before it stopped working. The second lasted for 6 months before the non-stick coating on the bottom started coming off. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by M. Soar
The HOT mode, short button push, never worked. Holding the button for 2 seconds, cold mode, is all this thing would do. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mark Twing
I bought this item January 2016, it no longer froths. I have gone thru 4 different gallons of milk, so it is not the kind of milk, it is the Aeroccino. Read morePublished 3 days ago by pwi
I love the nespresso aeroccino plus, however only worked for about 8 months. Now it froths for about 8 seconds and turns off. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I liked the way it worked until it didn't! I used this for 5 months, then the red light started blinking and that was it. Do not buy this defective product!Published 9 days ago by Ann