Aerolatte - The Original Steam Free Milk Frother Black
Aerolatte Milk Frother is the original steam free milk! The world-famous, award-winning, best-selling "original steam-free milk frother", is the simple way to froth milk. Make the perfect cappuccino, milkshake and hot chocolate. In polished finish is the world-famous, award-winning, best-selling original. Aerolatte Steam Free Milk Frother comes complete with batteries and full instructions.
- Durable shaft
- Long lasting motor
- Includes 2x AA alkaline batteries
Basic frothing instructions
1) Fill one third of a tall mug with milk and heat to 60°C. For milkshakes, ensure the milk is fridge cold.
2) Insert aerolatte®'s whisk into the milk close to the mug's base.
3) Switch on for 15-20 seconds moving the whisk slowly around the outside of the mug. As the milk begins to thicken, raise the aerolatte® so that it is always just under the top of the froth. Dip it down again every now and again just to be sure that all the milk is getting frothed. Remember to switch off the aerolatte® before removing it from the milk!
Now pour your favorite, prepared coffee slowly into the frothed milk for a great cappuccino. Alternatively, froth your milk in a jug and then pour it into a cup of coffee, spooning out the rich foam.
For chocolate or other flavored milk (including malt drinks), add the powder or syrup to the milk before frothing. Do not use the quick-dissolving instant milkshake powders, we recommend milkshake syrups for delicious cold shakes. For a really original and healthy drink, why not try fresh fruit juice mixed with milk using the aerolatte®. You can even whisk instant coffee granules with cold milk or water for a delicious, thick frappé.
What temperature should the milk be?
The milk should be either fridge cold for milkshakes or heated to about 70°C. Do not boil the milk, as this destroys the ability to froth milk. As a guide, a small amount of milk will heat in about 50-60 seconds at full power in an 850-watt microwave. Temperature is the biggest factor that users get wrong in their initial attempts to froth. Experiment a bit to get the right timing for your microwave.
What type of milk should I use?
All types of milk work well. Even half-and-half. When frothing hot milk, the fuller the milk, the longer the froth will remain. Perversely, when frothing cold milk, the thinner the milk, the longer the froth will last. The aerolatte® milk frother can even be used with goat's, sheep's and Soy milk as well as UHT and powdered milk!