The Integrated Milk Frother (all photos © Maestri House).
 Both frothers make four temperatures of foam, for iced and hot drinks.
 The Detachable Frother has a larger capacity milk jug, which can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
If you head out to Starbucks for lattes and cappuccinos that you can’t make at home, here’s a small appliance you could use in your own kitchen: the Maestri House Milk Frother. For the cost of 10 or so milky drinks from your favorite café, you can have the tool you need to prepare all the airy, frothy, silky, creamy drinks at home.
We gave up on the Aerolatte-type hand frothers a while ago; they just stopped working too soon. But after testing a Maestri frother, we’re happy to simply pour in the milk, choose the thickness of the froth, push the button, and top our favorite hot or cold coffee (yes, the machine makes cold froth as well as latte and cappuccino froths).
Maestri House makes two models of Milk Frother.
The Integrated Milk Frother has a 14.1 ounce/400 ml capacity, enough for four lattes. It is cleaned by hand.
The Detachable Milk Frother has a 21 ounce/600ml capacity, enough for to 6 cups of lattes. The milk jug can be cleaned in the dishwasher.
4 adjustable temperatures, for iced drinks and hot ones.
3 froth thicknesses for cappuccino, flat white, and latte drinks.
Easy-to-use LED control panel.
Memory function to store your previous settings.
Overheating protection, guarding against an empty jug that is left on the heat, operating with milk below the minimum level scale, etc.
Durable 304 stainless steel milk jug.
So the choice is smaller capacity and hand-wash, or larger capacity and dishwasher-safe.
FEATURES WITH BOTH FROTHERS
Maestri House milk frothers are the first machines in the world that can simultaneously adjust the temperature of the milk and control the thickness of milk froth.
Are you ready to froth?
GET YOUR MILK FROTHER
> Detachable Milk Frother
> Integrated Milk Frother
On both pages, scroll down for the video.
> THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COFFEE & COFFEE DRINKS
> THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF ESPRESSO & ESPRESSO DRINKS