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    I have a starbucks milk frother. works great and warms the milk up. I think there are a few frothers on amazon that work well too. Philz coffee (a small California roaster and chain) shake their milk to froth it. I've tried that in a mason jar --works well for a fast solution but you won't get microfoam. Heat the milk in the microwave first (of course without the jar lid on). Problem with handheld frothers is that the milk, if cold really cools down your coffee...

    I started my home brewing coffee adventures on an aeropress. Best price is at world market when they have a sale on coffee equipment (like they have now) and you can add your coupons. Aeropress makes a strong espresso-like coffee. It takes manual labor (pushing down) and care (to make sure the cup underneath doesn't slip). It's not so easy to make large volumes. I also have a Bodum French press. it's a pain to clean the grounds afterwards. It really depends on how you like your coffee. Since it sounds like you want to froth milk... to make a latte or cappuccino, then I'd advise an aeropress as the french press makes "regular coffee".

    Edit: did we just answer a post from 2008??!!!!
    Last edited by 4rugal; 01-28-2016 at 01:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4rugal View Post
    Edit: did we just answer a post from 2008??!!!!
    Yup .... it seems that this old thread gets dug up every once in a while.

    The milk frother topic comes up when people search for it. At least we keep on adding some new content to help make it useful to those who need input on milk frothers.

    Rose

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    Why does Bed Bath And Beyond sells milk frother...I have always confused by this name. The name decodes to Beddings, curtains, pillows but are selling kitchen gadgets....Isn't it weird?

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    What part of beyond don't you understand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterjschmidt View Post
    What part of beyond don't you understand?
    The part "beyond" getting out of bed and taking a bath....

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    The go to Milk Frother in 2017 is definitely the Epica Automatic Electric Milk Frother and Heater Carafe.

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    But I also see that the MatchaDNA Handheld Electric Milk Frother offers the best bang for your buck.

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    The bed, bath and beyond stuff is usually unnecessarily expensive.

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    I haven't mastered couponing yet so I shy away from Bed, Bath and Beyond.

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    Anyway, which one did you end up buying. I type like I text lol

 

 
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