Nespresso Aeroccino Milk Froth is truly exceptional!
Are you looking for a way to cut back on your gourmet coffee costs? Well, I’ve found the perfect way to prepare inexpensive lattes (with fancy milk froth) at home!
I don’t have much counter space in my kitchen, so I don’t own a fancy-high-end-cappuccino machine. I was willing to put one on my kitchen table until my Italian girlfriend Debi told me to skip the expensive and hard-to-clean cappuccino machine and do what the Italians do and buy a stove top espresso maker instead.
I bought my stove top espresso maker at Ikea (of all places) because I was determined to find one that was stainless steel instead of the traditional aluminum ones. Most stores sell the stainless steel version at a high premium and Ikea had an incredible price and since I wasn’t sure I’d like the process of using a stove top espresso maker, I decide to invest as little as possible.
>>> If you don’t have access to an Ikea close by, you can also take a look at this stainless steel stove top espresso maker model I found: Bialetti Stovetop Espresso Percolators
Well, I bought my stove top espresso maker in December of 2007 and I’m still using it today! I’ve been boiling my milk in a small pan and it’s worked somewhat, but I’ve always missed the froth that you get when you buy a gourmet coffee.
I was browsing the kitchen section of a big department store and saw a Nespresso magazine. I grabbed one and couldn’t wait to get home to browse the pages of this new magazine.
Well, it seems that George Clooney might like espresso as much as I do. I’m really being comical here because George Clooney is the face of Nespresso and that was unexpected.
As I was flipping the pages of the Nespresso magazine, I admired all their beautiful espresso machines. I quite like their whole concept of the one-cup dispenser. This allows all of your guests to get the exact cup of coffee they actually want to drink. It’s also perfect for the one or two people household.
I landed on the page that featured the Aeroccino Plus and my life changed at that moment.
I mean, I could still use my little stove top espresso maker (which I had grown quite accustomed to), but I could actually make a gourmet type of espresso thanks to this super-sexy milk froth maker!
I bought one of those hand held (and quite cheap) milk frothers and let me tell you the effort it takes to whip up your milk into froth is not worth it.
Now, I should tell you that the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus is not cheap. It retails for around $100, but I can assure you that it’s REALLY worth it. You will have paid that baby off in no time.
Just think of how many times per week you go to a high end coffee shop to buy coffee. Even if you ONLY use you Nespresso Aeroccino Plus 3192 US on weekends, you’ll have paid if off in no time.
Along with saving you a lot of money, the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus allows you to control the type of milk you use. I drink 1% organic milk and it makes a perfect latte thanks to my Nespresso Aeroccino Plus milk frother!
Oh, before I forget, you can also prepare some iced lattes with this machine!
If you dislike doing dishes as much as I do, you’ll be happy to know, the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus is so easy to clean, you’ll be blown away!
>>> I’m pretty sure you can find the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus in any kitchen store that sells Nespresso espresso machines, but you can also grab one at a great deal on Amazon: Nespresso Aeroccino Plus 3192 US
>>> You know I’m super excited about a kitchen gadget when I take the time to actually shoot a video. I wanted to show you how easy and super quick the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus was and how it will change your life.
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Nespresso did send me this Kitchen Gadget to test, but it was on my list of gadgets to buy and my review is purely base on the effectiveness of the product. If it had been a poor quality product, I would come forth and would have told my readers!
Top photo by Rahim Packir Saibo
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