Cookingtime The Original Aerolatte Milk Frother

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Cookingtime The Original Aerolatte Milk Frother

The original steam free milk frother. 'to-go' edition in protective tube. 1. Fill one third of a tall mug with hot (not boiled) milk. For cold drinks ...

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ProHandy to have at the time, comes with batteries bo...

ConsExpensive price, loses power dependent on use, no ...

Way back in 2000 when I first worked as a barista and enjoyed the perks of a freshly brewed coffee with a thick crema, I got into drinking hot milk lattes and at times, cappuccino forms with thick white milk foam, fluff and froth. I was chucking away my daily mugs of tea and swapping them for...

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“Great Little Milk Frother!”

published 08/09/2013

ProDesign, lightweight, easy to use, only takes a few...

Consnone

About five years ago I purchased a milk frother from Ikea for a about couple of quid, as I wanted to have frothy hot drinks like Starbucks and Costa. However the excitement was short lived as the product ended up being a useless piece of junk. I tried it a number of times to froth my hot milky...

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Excellent

ProMine was free, easy to use, works well, battery la...

ConsNone.

I was given this Aerolatte milk frother from my sister about a year ago when she had a clear out of some kitchen items that she never used any more. I gave my sister a few items in return so the swap was quite good really as we both got some things we wanted and cleared up some space in the...

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Excellent

ProBrilliant way to make milkshakes!

ConsDoesn't do a proper Cappucino or latte

Sad as it is, I can now only review things that I use in the Restaurant 'cos I don't have a life outside it! This gadget has been used to excess, so its my first victim on my return to Ciao. Incidentally, it also makes a damn fine Christmas present and its on special in so many places (and with...

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Excellent

“Frothed Mother”

published 29/03/2001

ProCan be used by children and saves the expense of b...

ConsNone

This is another product I bought from QVC. It does work very well. This is a small hand held, battery operated device that turns milk and coffee into thick froth, similar to milkshake. It is very good for making cappuccino’s and lovely thick milkshakes but you do have to buy liquid...

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“Froth away.”

published 22/06/2012

ProFroths well. Batteries last ages. Looks good. Easy...

ConsCan splash.

I have owned a Aerolatte Milk Frother since Christmas when a friend bought me one because they are aware of my love of coffee and hot chocolate and how I always ask for extra froth when I go to Starbucks. I don't know how much my friend paid for the Aerolatte Milk Frother gadget, but I note it is...

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“Frothy That Coffee!”

published 12/04/2012

ProGets the milk lovely and frothy for coffee or hot ...

ConsIt's still not Starbucks!

A couple of years ago I had a Baileys gift set that had a Baileys branded milk frother in it, to cut a long story short it was a load of rubbish and didn't make the milk much frothier than if I had just poured it into my coffee straight from the fridge! It went in the bin after about 3 weeks...

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“Froth without hassle”

published 26/02/2002

ProFroths milk quickly and efficiently

ConsNone

The Aerolatte is one of those products that you think you can do without - until you buy one and wonder how you ever did without it. Priced £14.99, it may not seem that cheap but it is well worth the money and you will get a lot of use out of it. I had seen the Aerolatte milk frother on QVC...

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Excellent

“Italian, Milky and no fuss”

published 09/02/2001

Proquick & easy, no assembly, batteries last for abou...

Conscan't think of any

If you are like me, like a cappucinno, but don't want the bother and the fuss of a big coffee machine/hot milk whisk that takes a long time to clean, then the aerolatte is the thing for you. The whole device is 20cm long It is a small, lightweight chrome whisk, that runs on 2xAA batteries. You...

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Super

ProSpeed, Froth density, Easy cleaning

ConsBattery power, Durability

Without going into the price and standard of cappucino available on the high street these days, it goes without saying that spending around £12-£14 on an Aerolatte must payback within the week if you're a coffee-a-morning person, like me. My best cups of coffee (in the absence of a steamer I...

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Excellent

“Frothy Coffee - kids play”

published 31/05/2001

ProEasy to use - no worries about electic cords etc.

Consnone

Having just finished a cup of cappuccino coffee which I made using my Aerolatte milk frother, I can heartily endorse this gadget. I saw the Aerolatte being demonstrated on QVC about 5 weeks ago and was most impressed and immediately sent for one. In the past I have found that many gadgets which...

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Excellent

“Aerolatte”

published 11/03/2012

ProQuick and easy to create a coffee shop-style cappu...

ConsEasy to make a mess and spray milk over the top of...

This is a gadget that someone bought me for Christmas that I actually use a lot! It is a perfect tool with which to make frothy cappucinos. I put milk in a mug to about a third of the height and heat the milk in the microwave for about a minute. Then I use the aerolatte in a swirling motion, as...

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“Old fashioned shakes”

published 27/02/2004

ProMakes great quick shakes

ConsThe shaft gets bent easily

If you love the old fashioned 'thin' 'lower calorie' milkshakes then this is for you. I love my aerolatte frother and can say that having had a cheaper version, the aerolatte is more powerful and does the job faster. You can make quick easy shakes without getting out the big whisk or mixing bowls...

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Excellent

ProAn excellent & very innovative product!

ConsBatteries drain very quickly (but it's so worth it...

The Aerolatte is an excellent product, so much so that I used to sell them on eBay and was the only one who was selling them at the time! Basically is a hand-held steam-free frother that runs on batteries and is primarely for frothing milk to make lattes and cappucinos in your own home! I had...

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Product Information : Cookingtime The Original Aerolatte Milk Frother

Manufacturer's product description

The original steam free milk frother. 'to-go' edition in protective tube. 1. Fill one third of a tall mug with hot (not boiled) milk. For cold drinks ensure the milk is fridge cold. 2. Insert the aerolatte whisk head in the milk close to the mug's base. 3. Switch on for about 20 seconds moving the whisk slowly in a circular motion. Remember to switch off the aerolatte before removing it from the milk. 4. Now simply operate the aerolatte whisk head in hot soapy water to clean it. Perfect for cappuccino, caffe latte & Milkshakes.

Product Details

Type: Kitchen Devices

Sub Type: Milk Frother

MPN: CTALF1

Manufacturer: Cookingtime

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Listed on Ciao since: 31/03/2009