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How to steam milk.

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As I have had a few people ask me how I steam milk I have made a short video showing how I steam milk on my Sage Dual Boiler.

 

 

Milk was probably stretched a second too much.

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Sage Dual Boiler. Baratza 270. Sage Smart Grinder Pro. 18g Vst ridgeless. Motta Competition Tamper 58.4mm. Aeropress.

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Thanks for this, I find myself very hit and miss with the steaming, sometimes some great milk sometimes a foamy bubble bath.


Currently running a Gaggia Classic with Rancillio wand upgrade looking to move onto a Silvia in the near future! Looking for a budget grinder to go with

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Thanks for the heads up. I have created a account now rather than just uploading via tapatalk. The link now should work.


Sage Dual Boiler. Baratza 270. Sage Smart Grinder Pro. 18g Vst ridgeless. Motta Competition Tamper 58.4mm. Aeropress.

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Problem I seem to have a lot is I get the white blob at the start when I really need it more towns the end.

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Problem I seem to have a lot is I get the white blob at the start when I really need it more towns the end.

When you start the pour, you really want to aim dead centre and from a decent height to get the first bit to dive under the crema. Then lower the jug and the white should start to appear. *

 

* says the bloke who makes a mess of the cut at the end almost every time hahaha!


Rocket R58Ceado E37SAeropressAerGrind • Puck Puck cold brew widget • VST 18g basket • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 convex black Ti/walnut tamper • Torr Goldfinger 58.5 flat sharp edge tamper • Big bag o' beans • Triumph Street Triple 675R

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Blimey your steam pressure seems way more than mine! I always have to give it a long purge or it always bubbles up like crazy..


Sage DB | Ceado E37S | MBK 585 |

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Blimey your steam pressure seems way more than mine! I always have to give it a long purge or it always bubbles up like crazy..

I have increased the temperature.


Sage Dual Boiler. Baratza 270. Sage Smart Grinder Pro. 18g Vst ridgeless. Motta Competition Tamper 58.4mm. Aeropress.

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I have increased the temperature.

 

Ah ok cool, what you on?


Sage DB | Ceado E37S | MBK 585 |

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Ah ok cool, what you on?

Full steam 😂💨


Sage Dual Boiler. Baratza 270. Sage Smart Grinder Pro. 18g Vst ridgeless. Motta Competition Tamper 58.4mm. Aeropress.

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Got a good swirl on there! Re-enforced my desire for greater steam power.

With my classic it doesnt seem to swirl properly until the last few seconds.

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Amazing - I am close to purchasing the DB to get into coffee/latte art and am glad to see what's possible.

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