[Homeroast] milk frother wand
mckona at comcast.net
Mon Jan 12 14:06:53 CST 2015
While I 100% agree those frothers cannot make real micro-foamed milk and are
not good candidates for any kind of latte art work, if satisfied with
Aeropress for "espresso" (which it cannot make) then likely will be
satisfied with milk frother. Neither are the correct/right/best tools for
making cappuccinos or lattes.
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] milk frother wand
you can get foamy milk with one of those brother thingies, but there is no
chance to get something even close to microfoam needed for latte art. This
needs steam. Properly steamed milk also tastes different and gets a lot
sweeter (something about how the fats spread the lactose onto your tongue)
I used to get pretty good microfoam with a cheap Krups machine I had at my
office (though the espresso was terrible). Had to take the stupid easy
frothing gadget off first.
> On Jan 6, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Steven Van Dyke <coffee at svandyke.com> wrote:
> I use this Bodum milk frother when I want to make a 'Fakachino'. Just put
a little milk in it, pump the handle for a few seconds and you have amazing
foam - almost cream.
> In fact, if you put in cream you'd get whipped cream. But it's not
steamed - still cold, which is a bit of a shock the first time.
> At 01:24 AM 1/6/2015, you wrote:
>> What I use. Kuissential slick froth 2.0. See the Amazon reviews.
>> On Jan 6, 2015, at 1:44 AM, Clark Barclay
<pedestriancoffee at gmail.com<mailto:pedestriancoffee at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I want to make steamed milk drinks from home and learn latte art, but
>> don't want to drop the $$$ on an espresso machine- besides, I have my
>> trusty Aeropress.
>> Can anyone recommend a milk frother wand or a DIY method that'll do
>> the trick?
>> - Clark
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