Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Christmas is fast approaching so if you want to buy your loved ones a piece of coffee equipment here are a choice of milk frothers for that perfect latte or cappuccino.

Krups - £109.95
Add the perfect finishing touch to your coffee time after time with the Krups XL200044 frother. It features three distinct settings: cappuccino, caffe latte and hot chocolate, so all you have to do is switch on and wait for perfectly frothed milk.
The non-stick brushed aluminium jug comes with measurement lines to cut down on guesswork and the satin finish handle balances comfort with functionality, with a 300ml capacity.

One of my most favourite ever purchases!
21 May 2017

Location:Findon, UK
Have had this item a few months now & keep meaning to come and leave a review. I'm a real one for using reviews to make a decision but am a bit rubbish at leaving them, however I feel so strongly about how amazing this milk frother is that I had to make time!
I never thought I could love an item that froths milk quite so much but every single time I use it, I thank myself for investing!
It's a delight to use, easy, looks great and produces consistent delicious results. It works well with skimmed milk although nothing quite beats whole milk, and we've enjoy many cappacinnos, lattes & hot chocolates with it.
Yes it's a little pricey but the old 'you get what you pay for' rings very true, it's a quality piece of kit that will not disappoint. Order one now! :)
Lavazza - £29.00 - £39.99
The perfect partner for your coffee maker, the Lavazza MilkUp Milk Frother lets you whip up smooth, professional-quality lattes, cappuccinos and hot chocolates at home.
With a timeless, luxury design to match its Italian heritage, the MilkUp quickly froths milk to the perfect consistency at the touch of a button. You can use the ridged stirrer inside the jug to create silky frothed milk for lattes, cappuccinos, macchiatos or milk shakes, or opt for the smooth one for a gently aerated texture.
It can even warm the milk for you - simply press the button once to let the MilkUp heat automatically, or hold the button down for a few seconds if you'd prefer cold frothed milk. Operation is almost silent thanks to induction technology and as soon as the milk is ready to pour, the frother will beep. Plus, everything except the base can be cleaned safely in your dishwasher for an effortless clean-up.

Excellent product
21 November 2017

Location:Edinburgh, UK
I have used this frother almost every day and I really think it's a great product. The froth for cappuccino is fantastic and I use the machine regularly for hot chocolate. No more lumps! It's very easy to clean, and only needs a quick rinse after heating milk and more of a wipe after making hot chocolate.
Dualit - £54.00
Fancy perfect frothed milk in 70 seconds? The Dualit milk frother is capable of creating perfectly frothed and heated milk at the touch of a button.
It’s great for making milky lattes, foamy cappuccinos, luxurious hot chocolates or simply livening up an instant coffee. The removable whisk, sealed drive and non-stick coating make for smooth functionality and simple cleaning.
Complete with non-slip rubber feet and automatic switch off, it won't spill if used without the lid so you can test the temperature. This milk frother can be placed on its base at any rotary angle or taken straight to the table where it will keep milk warm. Sufficient capacity for two cappuccinos, hot chocolates or latt├ęs - 200ml (frothing); 320ml (heating milk)

Glad I found this
18 October 2017


If you want a frothy milky coffee just like 'professional ' one then look no further, I have been on the hunt for something like this for years, yes I drink more coffee and yes I use more milk but mmmmm it's worth it


  1. Jeeeese! Look at the price of those m/c's.
    HeHe! And just for frothing up milk!
    And..As a present for a loved one...oooooO!
    I don't think so...

    I enjoy my coffee at home made with the all
    time 'best' coffee m/c...The Moka..I have
    and still use a 6 cup one, l was given on
    my 18th birthday, back home in Sicily...!
    So lets just say it's over 50yrs old! :).

    And, if any visitor wishes to have frothy
    coffee, l have a LacaFetiere..milk frother,
    l bought up at my daughter six Christmas ago,
    it uses two AA batteries...It's Brilliant!
    I'll stick to my old Sicilian ways...So £50~£100 for a frother...I'd sooner give the money to charity...Sorry!

  2. Hi Willie - they are rather expensive the La cafetiere looks just as good.