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Found 8 results

  1. Im looking for a good milk frother that can make nice silky milk for flat whites. Not sure if i would need a steamer or just an agitating type of machine. Any suggestions?
  2. '' BUY my jug - all the proceeds donated to Glenns Cancer Bike Ride'' who will ante up......:D http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?27892-Gaggia-milk-frothing-jug
  3. Has anyone tried one of these and has any thoughts? http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00AV5NLXC?ie=UTF8&at=&force-full-site=1&ref_=aw_bottom_links I got mine on Saturday after my b2c stopped frothing milk. I was gonna buy a new machine all together but thought I'd try this as a cheaper option. I must admit it really does produce lovely hot, velvety milk. I'm really rather impressed with it. It also increases the temperature of my caps to the missus' s taste, think lavaesque. Even though one side has already stopped working, lol, typical eh?
  4. Apologies if someone has already asked this questions (I did search before posting) but I am after a stand alone milk frother for my mother. I did initially consider simply getting her a Gaggia Classic but she just wouldn't use that (I can hear her now, "too many buttons!"). I then thought about one of these plunger type frothers (no idea if they are any good) but I know she would find that physically difficult. I have seen electric milk frothers advertised (jug design) but have no idea if they are any good. I know there is also the stovetop type which do look the part. The main criteria are s
  5. Hi all, I have a gaggia x2, but it has developed a fault with the milk frother, when I try to produce hot milk it seems to spit a lot, almost like its sucking in air, however if I push the milk container door in toward the body of the machine it works as it should, any ideas please . Thanks,
  6. lovely condition....£15 posted bit too large for me - being single.. embossed "G" on the handle funds by Bank Transfer please NB - maybe a few days before getting to the village PO - gales up here knocking me off my bike.....
  7. Free to good home, electric whisk style milk frother. Similar in function to a Nespresso Aeroccino but not as pretty. Unknown make in white, works fine. It's in Preston but shouldnt cost much to post as it isnt too big.
  8. I bought this and have never used it. I think the idea, ia that you put some milk in the move the plunger up and down rapidly. May be of use to a camper or someone with an areopress or the like who wants the occasional bit of milk. First one to say can have it
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