Aldi instore - Ambiano Milk Frother £19.99
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Aldi instore - Ambiano Milk Frother £19.99

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Found 24th Apr 2017
Milk heater and frother.

Bought and tried.

Perfect frothy milk just make sure you only go to the max fill line.

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Product Description
Perfect for heating and frothing milk for lattes, cappuccinos and hot chocolate.

Features
360 degree cordless jug
Heats milk to around 65 degrees
Double wall jug
Matching coffee capsule machine is also available
Perfect for making delicious hot chocolate or Cappuccino and Latte's at home
Brand: Ambiano
Capacity: 115ml for milk frothing, 250ml for milk warming
Colour: Gunmetal Grey, Gloss Red, Gloss Cream, Gloss Black
Cord Length: 85cm
Dimensions: 204 x 100 x 100 mm
Functions: Hot or cold milk
Heat Settings: 2 : Milk Frothing & Milk Warming
Non Stick: Yes
Power: 220-240V
Power Source: Mains
Product Type: Kitchen Appliances
Safety Features: Self-lock stirrer, Auto switch off & Anti-leakage system
Tank Level Indicator: Max level mark
Weight: 0.8kg
Community Updates
13 Comments
Banned
I want one
Initially read that as Albino milk ....
Original Poster
speric07

Initially read that as Albino milk ....



​Surely that would be the best kind.
Banned
IanPar

​Surely that would be the best kind.



​how so?
Original Poster
​It'd be pigment free therefore white. To me that's the prefect colour for milk.
its been out of stock online since march, and the 5 reviews on the Aldi site are not great, one says she had to return it as it was faulty turning it self on/off at will. so its pot luck if you find one in a store and if it works. !
IanPar

It'd be pigment free therefore white. To me that's the prefect colour for … It'd be pigment free therefore white. To me that's the prefect colour for milk.



You're a milk racist.
There is a much better way to froth milk. Use a small glass/plastic body cafeteria. Add cold milk (even skimmed works). Froth up using the metal cafeteria plunger. Microwave on high power for a few seconds - care. Foamed milk expands and takes on consistency of whipped cream and it holds its shape. Much cheaper and very effective.
bluetopgreen

There is a much better way to froth milk. Use a small glass/plastic body … There is a much better way to froth milk. Use a small glass/plastic body cafeteria. Add cold milk (even skimmed works). Froth up using the metal cafeteria plunger. Microwave on high power for a few seconds - care. Foamed milk expands and takes on consistency of whipped cream and it holds its shape. Much cheaper and very effective.


What a faff!
moneybag

What a faff!



Was going to say... this device does pretty much the same thing but with less faff!

Incidentally they were reduced in my local Aldi the other day (£17.99).
bluetopgreen

There is a much better way to froth milk. Use a small glass/plastic body … There is a much better way to froth milk. Use a small glass/plastic body cafeteria. Add cold milk (even skimmed works). Froth up using the metal cafeteria plunger. Microwave on high power for a few seconds - care. Foamed milk expands and takes on consistency of whipped cream and it holds its shape. Much cheaper and very effective.



I know a better way. First of all, stretch your fingers back and forth for 2 mins to warm up. Then place 240ml of semi skimmed from the fridge into a microwaveable container (at least 500ml) with a lid on - microwave for 46 seconds. Do 3 turns on the spot, then violently shake the container until you feel dizzy. Remove lid, and stir up with an electric whisk for 54 seconds, then return to the microwave for a further 33 seconds. Next, transfer to a cafetiere and pump the plunger up and down for 678 minutes . Eh voila! Perfect frothy milk
need one but no aldi near me
​No faff - I do this for every coffee, only difference is I microwave the milk in the coffee mug, froth it then stuck it under the coffee machine - takes 1 minute and no extra pot to wash up, just rinse the frother under the tap.
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