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  1. I've tried a thermometer in the jug ... but it keeps getting in the way. I've tried the finger on the jug method (stop steaming when it hurts) And now I've got a TempTag.... Well I removed the protective layer from the rear of the tag and placed it on the metal of the jug then I smoothed it down making sure that there were no air bubbles or creases... so far so good Filled jug with the normal amount of milk and proceeded to steam.... but how the heck do you know when the milk is at the right temperature when the tag is at the bottom of the jug and its covered by all the milk.
  2. I'm offering Free Postage on TempTag orders this Bank Holiday Weekend We currently have great stock availability on Brown TempTags (aka Full Cream) which react at 65c Cream (aka Skim Milk) and Red (aka Soy) TempTags are in limited supply with a new shipment due mid-September
  3. bz99s


    Anyone got a Temptag or similar style thermometer sticker? Can't remember if it matters but wanting a couple for semi skimmed milk. I will pay for them unless your being extra generous and have spare ones! Hoping they will help me to stop burning the milk now that I am using small 250 ml jugs and I don't think my old style thermometers can keep up with the change of temp. Cheers
  4. Looking at getting some now, thought i'd ask here before I purchased 'em :-) Bella barista has them for £7.99 but seem quite expensive for the other things I want (pitchers etc.) just wondering if anywhere else stocked them or whether they can be bought through the forum. Thanks in advance, Joe.
  5. Krax


    Wondered if anyone has a spare TempTag for skimmed milk please. BB are out of stock and I am only after one anyhow. Willing to pay reasonable price plus postage. Thanks
  6. You can view the page at http://coffeeforums.co.uk/content.php?188-TempTag-now-available-in-the-UK
  7. As above really... Are there any tips to steaming soya milk for latte, etc? I've put soya milk in to americano and French press before and it has always curdled.
  8. We're offering FREE Postage on TempTags during June (or until stocks run out) What is a TempTago ? TempTag is a sticker designed to give an instant indication when milk is at its optimum serving temperature for preparing milk-based coffees. A fundamental part of serving great coffee is consistency. The precision of the TempTag allows the user to serve coffee at a perfect temperature every time. Unlike traditional thermometers, TempTag has no direct contact with milk once applied to the milk pitcher correctly. This eliminates the possibility of cross-contamination as well as promoting hygiene. Once the milk reaches the ideal temperature, the colour will react, giving an instant indication that the milk is ready to be served. TempTag’s patented technology has been developed for full cream and skim milk, while another has been specially developed for soy milk. Hygienic - Consistent - Precise Your TempTag has no contact with the milk. Using thermochromic science you'll get an instant, 100% accurate reaction for between 3 - 6 months (depending on usage) With 4 stickers per sheet, you have up to 2 years of hassle-free milk steaming 3 TempTag Sticker Types Both the Brown and Cream colour stickers react at 65c The Soy (Red) stickers react at 58c Despite the wording Full Cream (Brown colour) and Skim (Cream colour) on the sheet of 4 stickers, they react at the same time with both types of milk Purchase from https://www.freewebstore.org/temptag-uk
  9. Having dispatched the majority of our wholesale orders we are pleased to advise that Brown TempTags are back in stock Order directly from the online store £7.50 plus postage at cost for a sheet of 4 TempTags Brown and Cream coloured TempTags react at 65c Red coloured TempTags react at 58c and are ideal for Soy milk
  10. From 1st December I will be distributing TempTags to wholesale clients only and will be closing down the webstore Christmas orders for TempTags will close 30 November at 2359 TempTags are available as follows; Brown (aka Full Cream) - reacts at 65c Cream (aka Skim) - reacts at 65c Red (aka Soy) - reacts at 58c Each sheet of 4 TempTags is £7.50 plus a total envelope cost of £0.60 for postage Each TempTag has a life of more than 3 months in the home (sometimes up to a year) making them great value To order please visit http://www.freewebstore.org/TempTag-UK
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