Does your coffee and tea set need a little class? Look no further! Frieling's stainless steel milk frother will add pizzazz to any elegant beverage set. Simply add the desired amount of milk into the carafe and place the lid, with frother inside, on top. You are ready to commence frothing! Frieling's milk frother will not only transform your beverage set with its swanky mirror finish, but your milk will become a creamy froth within seconds. Use the delicious froth to whip up silky cappuccinos, lattes, or hot chocolate.
Features & Functionality of the Frieling Milk Frother
Stainless Steel Components: The Frieling milk frother is made of stainless steel with an elegant mirror finish. Sure to add pizzazz to any coffee table or beverage set.
Generous Size: This milk frother measures in at a generous 18 fl oz.
Dishwasher Safe: Unlike most elegant dishware, this milk frother is dishwasher safe. Need I say more?
Durability - Made with 18/10 stainless steel, this frother is sure to withstand even the harshest handlers.
Dishwasher Safe - No need to prune up those freshly manicured digits! Cleaning is a cinch with this dishwasher safe frother.
Easy to Use - Simply add your desired amount of milk and top it off with frothing mechanism inside. Commence frothing!
Does Not Heat - There is no heating mechanism with this frother, so you will need to heat your milk before beginning the frothing process.
Lingering Guests - Friends might think you're a pro and decide to stay a little longer to watch the master at work.
Ease of Use
Ease of Care and Maintenance
Overall Value for the Money
How Does it Compare?
What it lacks in heating, it makes up for in style.
Tips and Tricks
A Note About Coffee & Cups
Let us break it down for you: Although 8 ounces equals a cup in the baking world, a US cup of coffee is measured at 6 ounces and a European cup of coffee is measured at 4.25 ounces. This is why we sometimes list ounces to paint a more accurate picture of capacity.
Sounds like this is just frothing. But if it is made from stainless steel, could you also heat the milk in this container on a smooth top range (regular, not induction), or would this melt the container????
A shopper on Mar 21, 2014
Best Answer:you could also sit the stainless steel jug (with the milk in it) in a pot of hot water, to warm it to 150 or 160 degrees... then it's ready to froth without using a second container.
I want a manual stainless steel frother that can froth very *small amounts* of milk... about 2 oz... just enough for a single macchiato. Most of the stainless steel frothers need more milk for the frothing wand to be immersed deeply enough to do its job. Can this frother froth 2 oz of milk & give a good rich microfoam?
By the way, for my larger stainless steel milk frother, I heat the milk right in it, but set it in a pot of hot water, so it is not in direct contact with the stove. I heat it to 155 degrees and keep it warm while I make my espresso, then froth the hot milk.
A shopper on Jul 11, 2014
Best Answer:I have found that there is a bit of 'waste' with the amount of milk I need to put in the frother in order to make it work. Not much though, and for the astoundingly beautiful foam I made - it was well worth it.
I experienced results beyond perfection the first few uses. Since then, I have not been able to get any foam whatsoever. ....??? With other frothing devices, I have experienced similar random success. I don't know if it is the milk, the temperature, the weather... etc. I do like hearing how you heat the milk right in the frother, but in a pan of water. Great idea. I've been heating in a separate container.
My partner has one of those small hand held battery operated whip like frothers. It works well (again randomly) with absolutely no milk waste. Even on it's best day, however, the foam is no where like the magic of the Frieling frother's foam. (when all the stars align and it actually foams!) - any suggestions for me about my dilemma? The frother is also absolutely gorgeous, top quality and pleasure to handle.
I am wondering how this frothing mechanism works. This is not simply a stainless steel pitcher is it? Is it a manual pump I would push to froth the milk? I would like a frothed that I can use as a separate tool and add to my already made coffee to make the special coffees that I want.
A shopper on Dec 21, 2013
Best Answer:The Frieling Milk Frother is a stainless steel container with a mesh/wire screen inside that you manually move up and down to build froth. It does not heat milk in any way, and so you would need to heat your milk in another container, if desired, and then spend a few moments moving the stem of this unit up and down to build desired volume. Hope this helps!
Best Answer:Actually, this Frieling Milk Frother is not meant to be used on any heat surface, induction or otherwise. You will need to heat milk in another way before adding it to this frothing unit to build volume.
If I steam/froth milk with the wand on my Rocket Espresso Machine....what purpose would this item present?
A shopper on Nov 8, 2013
Best Answer:I don't think you'd actually have any use for this Frieling Milk Frother then, unfortunately! This unit is basically designed to build volume in hot or cold milk when you lack a traditional steam arm. The idea is though this frother doesn't heat, you are basically whipping your already heated milk up with the screen/plunger insert inside the container. Once you've reached the desired level of froth you're good to go!
This is a terrible product. The mesh is much too coarse and the milk barely froths up at all. I threw it out after two uses and bought an infinitely better one (generic brand) for half the money. (Posted on 7/12/2014)
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