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Ambiano Milk Heater/Frother instore next week or online now - £19.99 @ Aldi (+£2.95 Postage)
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Ambiano Milk Heater/Frother instore next week or online now - £19.99 @ Aldi (+£2.95 Postage)

£22.94Aldi Deals
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Posted 17th Nov 2019Edited by:"youchoose"

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A nice addition to pod machines or press's and not to mention the 3 years warranty...oh I just did
In store next sunday but available online now, you just need to find something cheap to add to the order as it's a penny short of free delivery
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This Ambiano Milk Heater/Frother is perfect for heating and frothing milk for lattes, cappuccinos and hot chocolate. It includes frothing and warming attachments and is even non-stick, making cleaning a doddle!
Contents

1 x Milk frother jug
  • 1 x STRIX 360° Base
  • 1 x Transparent lid
  • 1 x Attachment for frothing
  • 1 x Attachment for stirring
Features

360° Cordless jug
  • Auto switch-off
  • Non-stick coating
  • Includes frothing and warming attachments
  • Self-lock stirrer
  • Anti-leakage system

Guarantee/Warranty 3 years
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29 Comments
Are these similar to the nespresso ones
There’s no need to pay £22.94 for this. If you view all special buys and order by price there’s loads of things for less than a quid... let alone the £2.95 delivery!
wakkaday17/11/2019 18:27

Are these similar to the nespresso ones


Yes... basically do exactly the same thing. The Nespresso feels a bit more premium but it’s not worth the price they go for on their own. I’d say Nespresso one is only worth it if you get it in a bundle with free credit/free pods etc.
wakkaday17/11/2019 18:27

Are these similar to the nespresso ones



Probably better as you will get at least 3 years out of it or your money back
markrduk17/11/2019 18:31

There’s no need to pay £22.94 for this. If you view all special buys and or …There’s no need to pay £22.94 for this. If you view all special buys and order by price there’s loads of things for less than a quid... let alone the £2.95 delivery!



It got edited by the team and they added the postage...what about if your buying instore next week. It wont cost the price they marked it up to
Use it once then back of the cupboard forever
mrj99917/11/2019 18:55

Use it once then back of the cupboard forever



You will be a tea drinker I guess...
Can you use it for cold milk frothing?
miimiii17/11/2019 19:51

Can you use it for cold milk frothing?



Just go to ebay or the pound shop if you just need a whisk for cold milk...
Use it all the time.
I've used mine with the Hotel Chocolat hot chocolates from a recent HUKD post - certainly no need to buy a velveteer thingy! This is a bargain - it definitely doesn't live at the back of my cupboard.
These have a problem. They over-heat in one area which after a few weeks leaves baked-on residue of burnt milk on the supposedly non-stick surface, in spite of washing, rinsing and drying carefully after each use.

I've now replaced this with a Lavazza one which was posted on here recently for only a few quid more. Better to use and easier to clean.
Edited by: "stanno" 17th Nov 2019
miimiii17/11/2019 19:51

Can you use it for cold milk frothing?



Yes you can.
There's two heads: frother and mixer.
There's two settings: heated and non-heated
Good idea to remove the seal when washing the lid and wash it also. We didn't for the first few times it was used and you definitely get a 'cheesy' smell.
Edited by: "spd.x.2" 17th Nov 2019
These things are rubbish, and nowhere near as good as the Nespresso one. Never makes decent froth - 9 times out of 10 it just produces slightly thicker, warm milk
Edited by: "horsepills" 17th Nov 2019
stanno17/11/2019 20:58

These have a problem. They over-heat in one area which after a few weeks …These have a problem. They over-heat in one area which after a few weeks leaves baked-on residue of burnt milk on the supposedly non-stick surface, in spite of washing, rinsing and drying carefully after each use.I've now replaced this with a Lavazza one which was posted on here recently for only a few quid more. Better to use and easier to clean.


I have a nespresso one and it always has a small hot spot area of burnt on milk after every use. If you don't clean it completely, even if you're using in immediately again it gets worse.
How hot does this get the milk? I find the one I have (not this particular one) is just bearly warm, and it also has spots where the milk sticks.
mikeypr17/11/2019 22:10

How hot does this get the milk? I find the one I have (not this particular …How hot does this get the milk? I find the one I have (not this particular one) is just bearly warm, and it also has spots where the milk sticks.


this one will be no better
Small tip - not sure if this works or my imagination - I keep the lid off (have worked how much I need to add not to spill) this seems to take slightly longer but because there isn’t the same build up of heat when the lid is on, I believe it produces a hotter drink as it heats from below. Saves on extra washing of lid too .
Mines the nespresso version and after many years of battery powered whisks, etc I use it 3-5 times a day, 7 days a week, and love it.
lynne196617/11/2019 20:45

I've used mine with the Hotel Chocolat hot chocolates from a recent HUKD …I've used mine with the Hotel Chocolat hot chocolates from a recent HUKD post - certainly no need to buy a velveteer thingy! This is a bargain - it definitely doesn't live at the back of my cupboard.


I was wondering about that, 99 price tag, should be like 50, deffo look out for this
I got one from Lidl way back. Too frothy. Only 1 setting
youchoose17/11/2019 18:34

Probably better as you will get at least 3 years out of it or your money …Probably better as you will get at least 3 years out of it or your money back


so it's different to Lidl then???
(Ie a portion back based on time served)?
Mr_Gus18/11/2019 08:59

so it's different to Lidl then???(Ie a portion back based on time served)?



Eh?
I am waiting for Lavazza to drop from £34.99 to £29.99, which it will do sooner or later. The Vonshef one was just £25 a couple weeks ago!
A few years back when the older lavazza ones were selling for around £60 I picked up a few for £14.25 in Tesco....which is where I bought my beat to cup delonghi for 99 quid
This is really weird, as I bought one of these in 2017, it stopped working a couple of weeks ago. I contacted Aldi's third party warranty support as it comes with a three year warranty, after a bit of negotiation they refunded the full £19.99 I paid as there where no replacements available. I have to say though the Lavazza "A Modo Mia" I bought to replace it for a similar price, is much better, and far easier to clean as the paddle inside is magnetic whereas the Ambiano's paddle clips onto a spigot on the floor of the unit. This spigot makes it quite awkward to clean.
youchoose18/11/2019 09:03

Eh?


well, at lidl if your item screws up & you ring the warranty line, often they will just give you a partial refund based on time into the "warranty" (for example)
Mr_Gus18/11/2019 15:52

well, at lidl if your item screws up & you ring the warranty line, often …well, at lidl if your item screws up & you ring the warranty line, often they will just give you a partial refund based on time into the "warranty" (for example)



I think the post above you answers the original question then
half fill mug with milk, microwave for 40 seconds, use pound shop battery mini whisk, back in microwave for another 30 seconds.
add shot of espresso from nespresso machine or made in a moka pot.

if you take sugar, or a flavoured syrup, add that to the cold milk before heating.
nice with the gingerbread syrup and a sprinkling of cake spice on the frothed milk.
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