The Nespresso milk frother helps latte lovers make creamy foam like professional baristas at Starbucks do.
After purchasing your own espresso machine, you've probably come to the realization that silky foam is not as easily created as it may seem. While regular steamed or boiled milk may somewhat satisfy the temporary need for that amazing morning coffee, its just not the same. Set at different volumes for ideal heating, the Nespresso milk frother can heat up milk for lattes or create cups of foam just for creamy cappuccinos. The machine is capable of quickly heating milk up to 170 degrees Fahrenheit -- milk burns at 200 -- which makes the morning cup of Joe fast and easy, getting caffeine addicts off to the best start.
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The Nespresso Milk Frother Makes Silky Foam to Accompany Your Latte
- By: Elise Ying-Hei HoNov 16, 2012