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frother

[′frȯ·thər]
(chemistry)
Substance used in flotation processes to make air bubbles sufficiently permanent, principally by reducing surface tension.
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It only takes minutes to heat and froth the flavored milk in the Capresso froth TEC, an automatic milk frother that delivers thick, creamy froth at the touch of a button.
If you want to transform your espresso into a cappuccino, you need to pour milk into a jug or mug and then use the frother at the side to make it foamy, before tipping it into your drink.
The Aerolatte milk frother let's you feel like your favorite barista has set up shop in your kitchen.
Other features include a variable milk frother to create your favourite cappuccino or smooth latte with ease.
The Umilk has an integrated fresh milk solution providing coffee and milk lovers with a new Aeroccino3 milk frother to deliver smooth and textured milk froth for hot and cold milk recipes, while also offering improved cleanliness.
If you don't have an espresso machine with a steamer wand, heat the milk in a saucepan (155[degrees]F) and use a milk frother to aerate it.
Look out for other Bodum accessories too, such as the milk frother for that perfect latte or cappuccino - www.
Complete with all you'll need to make a top-class pot of coffee - plunger, water chamber and portafilter, splitter, storage tin and stainless steel milk frother - it is an attention-grabber of the highest order
The types of frother and collector affected the float yield, but they had no significant effect on the grade of the float.
The Automatic Milk Frother prepares cappuccinos, lattes, hot or cold chocolate, and other milk specialties such as frappes and chai lattes.
and the line also includes a creamer, sugar/condiment bowl, tray frother and tea maker.