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Nespresso Aeroccino Plus Electric Milk Frother


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  • Maximum capacity: 130 ml (for milk froth preparation), 250 ml (for hot milk preparation)
  • Hot and cold milk froth for cappuccinos,hot milk for lattes
  • Maximum and minimum level indicators
  • Hot milk froth in 70 sec
  • Detachable base


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 10.4 x 17 cm ; 1 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Item model number: 3192-US
  • ASIN: B001UHZAYS
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Feb. 13 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,288 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The Aeroccino+ is an electric milk frother, which helps in an automatic and amazingly simple way of creating light, creamy hot or cold milk froth. Just pour in some cold, fresh milk and press the button. Compact and quiet, the Aeroccino+ quickly produces an exceptional quality milk froth, which you can enjoy in many different coffee recipes. It can also be used to heat milk for a Caffé Latte. Maximum capacity (if preparing milk froth): 130ml, maximum capacity (if preparing hot milk): 250 ml.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Emily on Feb. 10 2014
This frother makes top-notch foam. I had a high-quality espresso machine with a steam wand and all I can say is the foam I made with that --- was nowhere near the caliber of foam made with this. Now that I can make amazing lattes and cappuccinos at home --- I don't have the desire to head out to the cafe anymore. Why would I pay $4-$5 for something I can make even better at home for a fraction of the price? Though this frother may seem expensive, the amount I'm saving by not going out makes this a worth-while purchase for me in the long run. Oh --- and it also whips up amazing soy milk foam.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven Barnes on April 5 2014
The Aeroccino plus looks great, and makes great heated/foamed milk. Unfortunately, based on my experience, it has serious quality issues. I went through 3 in one year! It stops foaming after 3-4 months of use.
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317 of 322 people found the following review helpful
they fixed it! Great Unit! Aug. 30 2009
By Der Doktor - Published on Amazon.com
I really love it! You fill cold milk into it, push the button and after about a minute you get warm and very stiff cappucino-milk foam.

The newer Aeroccino Plus is an improved version of the older Aeroccino (no plus). It works great and - honestly - there is no reason to buy the old Aeroccino anymore (i own both)!

The Plus is larger, the milk doesn't burn to the floor of the kettle anymore, it can now be submerged into water (but no dishwasher!) and it can also do cold milk foam which looks great and stiff (hold the switch for about 2 seconds - the light turns blue instead of red).

Finally cleaning is really easy and can be done with water, sometimes a little soap and with the hands - there is no burned milk anymore (as with the old version). They also improved the coating so nothing sticks anymore.

If you love cappucinos or cafe-lattes, get one!
272 of 277 people found the following review helpful
Great product-- almost perfect (But See Update) April 15 2010
By badcyclist - Published on Amazon.com
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We bought the Aeroccino Plus with a Citiz 110 Nespresso machine. We love both, but the Aeroccino Plus might be the better buy. We strongly recommend the Aeroccino, no matter what kind of coffee machine you have.

The Aeroccino froths milk either hot or cold, and has two attachments- a wire whip that produces a whole lot of stiff foam for cappuccino, and a plastic mini-paddle that produces whipped milk with less, but richer, foam for lattes. We prefer the latter lattes.

It heats milk quickly and silently, and the froth is just great. You store the attachment you don't use in the lid, where it is held on by a clever magnet.

Clean-up is a breeze. The no-stick interior works really well-- no burnt milk, only a little foamy residue to rinse out. Cleaning is a three second job.

Our only minor quibble is that the milk heats nicely, but it could stand to be just a little hotter. It would be nice to be able to adjust the temperature. We also wish that the Citiz Nespresso machine had a temperature adjustment control-- it needs one more than the Aeroccino.

This is a great product, and we are very pleased with it. It is a little pricey, but probably worth it. The bottom line is that it is a great little appliance if you enjoy delicious, easy-to-make lattes or cappuccinos.

UPDATE: 7/24/2010. Our aeroccino died after about three months. We treated it with kid gloves-- it has never been immersed and had never been in the dishwasher. Nespresso said the problem might have been leaving the mug on the base unit, although the owners manual does not say anything about that (it does say that you should not store the mug on the base if you are not going to use it for an extended period of time, but we use ours every day). This indicates a certain fragility to the product, if not a design flaw.

Because of the premature death of our aeroccino, I deducted one star from my initial five-star rating. The good news is that Nespresso was very good about respecting the warranty, and sent us a new unit immediately w/o any fuss at all. We don't have to return the old unit, which is good in terms of cost and convenience. They asked us to recycle it, if possible, which happily is no problem here. It really is a nifty little machine, so we are hoping that the replacement proves to be more durable.

UPDATE II: 8/2011. Our replacement aeroccino is still going great after a year. We no longer store it on the base unit, which is mildly irritating, but otherwise we still love it.
334 of 360 people found the following review helpful
A good alternative to traditional frothing Nov. 1 2009
By D. Wang - Published on Amazon.com
I received my Aeroccino Plus on Friday and have been testing it the last couple of days. I'm an experienced barista and take my espresso, latte and cappucino seriously. First, you can't beat a traditional manual espresso maker with a good steam wand. Using the steam wand on my machine, I get good consistent micro foam which brings out the natural sweetness of the milk. The trouble is that it takes a good 2 to 3 minutes each time which adds to prep time in the mornings before work. Also, when you're having a party and everyone wants a cappucino, I spend more time in front of my espresso machine than with guests. I wanted to try the Aeroccino plus as an alternative knowing it couldn't replace the steam wand on my Ms Silvia.
Aeroccino Plus comes with 2 milk "stirrers" spun by a magnet under the bottom of the insert. One stirrer is whisk-like which whips air into the milk for a thick foam used in cappucinos and the other stirrer is just a paddle which incorporates minimal air while the milk is being heated. The big plus is that time is reduced dramatically. In less than one minute, the milk is frothed and heated which cuts down on prep time. The frothing is not bad but as suspected not quite micro bubbles. Using the whisk like stirrer, the milk comes out rather thick...good for cappucinos. The one criticism I have is the capacity of the machine. The holder is marked with 2 levels (one for each stir application). The first time I used it and filled to the lower level and stirred with the whisk stirrer, I found you could not put the lid on because soon after the stirring started, the milk over flowed and spilled out. This means you can add barely enough milk for a single shot. The second time I tried it, I filled it to the higher level marked for the paddle stirrer. The milk heated fast but the micro bubbles didn't quite happen...the milk came out a little thinner than ideal. But overall, for the convenience and speed, I really can't complain. I've resigned to use the convenience and quickness of the Aeroccino plus on week days when I'm rushing for work but sacrifice a little on quality. Then on weekends when time is not as much as an issue, I'll go back to the manual steam wand on Ms Silvia for my perfect latte. I know the Plus has a higher capacity than previous version but I would have liked to have just a little more capacity.
67 of 71 people found the following review helpful
Nespresso Aeroccino Plus Dec 25 2009
By Stephen D. Seidel - Published on Amazon.com
I just received the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus for Christmas and I agree with all of the previous reviews. This milk frother is amazing! I have used a La Pavoni espresso maker for years and the steam wand has worked just fine. However, the Aeroccino Plus has several advantages over a steam wand. I add a shot of flavored syrup for cappuccinos to skim milk before I froth it. Now the foam is flavored which tastes like whipped cream and has the same consistency. The manufacturer recommends whole or semi-skimmed milk which may work even better. The foam does not collapse as with a steam wand. Also, since I am not using steam to froth the milk, I can make three more espresso drinks before I need to refill the La Pavoni. I am able to make espresso drinks more efficiently and faster since I do not need to spend time steam frothing. The milk is frothing automatically at the same time the espresso is being made. The Nespresso Aeroccino Plus will also froth soy milk if you are so inclined, better than the most experienced barista. I froth with the lid off making the clean up easier because now there is no need to clean the top or the lid seal. The milk is very hot and does not spill out the top. I bought the Nespresso on Amazon not just because of price but also because I could not find it in any mall store or coffee shop. It is not a kitchen gadget and retailers are making a big mistake by not stocking this well designed and elegant product. It is worth the money and I recommend it highly.
Update 09-19-10: Just frothed Almond Milk and it worked perfectly. I have had zero problems with the Aeroccino Plus and it still looks like new. It never burns the liquid and clean-up could not be easier. All the Best!
49 of 51 people found the following review helpful
"You can cut it with a knife" froth but short product life Jan. 7 2011
By I.Peters - Published on Amazon.com
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We had done a lot of research before deciding on this frother, and also watched quite a few product videos on the web to get a feeling for how a particular frother worked in reality. In the end we had three to pick from: The Froth Au Lait Frothing Unit, White or Black, the Capresso frothPRO, and the Nespresso Aeroccino Plus.

While all three products were generally reviewed well, the reason we finally decided on the Aeroccino Plus was the speed with which it produced its froth and the ease of cleaning. A video we watched on the Capresso frothPRO revealed that this frother took around 4 minutes, sometimes even more than that, to make froth. In comparison, the Nespresso Aerocchino takes but 1 minute 20 sec, give or take. And while the Aerocchino Plus is not dishwasher-safe, it can be fully immersed in water, making cleaning very easy and fast, especially with its non stick surface. In contrast, the Froth Au Lait frother is a one-piece unit where the glass carafe cannot be detached from the actual electrical part. One look at that, and I concluded that this wasn't working for me. Also - what if I accidentally broke the carafe?

The Aeroccino Plus is not only fast and easily cleaned, it is also incredibly quiet and simply produces the best hot or cold froth (using the whisk-like stirrer), and hot milk (with the paddle stirrer).

The one thing I would like to mention is to pay attention to the instructions and really rinse out the unit after each use. Not doing so can lead to spillage during the second round of frothing, and/or sticky milk patches on the inside of the Aeroccino, making cleanup harder and probably not contributing to the longevity of the product.

If one sticks to these simple guidelines, the product delivers beautifully every time.

UPDATE 2/18/2013:
About a year and a half after purchasing the Aerocchino, it began behaving erratically: It would turn on but not move the frothing disk, or it would not turn on at all. Sometimes it turned on but did not heat the milk. Now, just about 2 years into owning it, it does not work at all anymore. The Aerocchino was always handled with care, and not used on a regular basis. As a matter of fact we mostly used it only when we had company. Friends of ours who also own an Aerocchino Plus report the exact same unreliable operation. To reflect this reliability issue, I have taken off 2 stars from my initial review and adjusted the title. At a price of about $100, this should not happen. My best guess is that we have maybe used the Aerocchino Plus 50 to max 70 times (As in "turned it on to make froth"), which makes this quite the expensive extravaganza at $1.42 to $2.00 per frothing.