Since I had started making my own coffees at home after spending too much money and time at takeaway coffee shops, I wanted to invest in a milk frother to really complete the experience.
The Savvy Coffee Handheld Milk Frother Wand works with a battery operated coil that aerates the milk, creating tiny bubbles which result in a foamy top. The motor on the frother is silent and high speed, one of the reasons for my purchase, as I live in a sharehouse and didn’t want to wake anyone up with my coffee making.
This milk frother works with skim, soy, almond, coconut, and regular milk so it’s great for a variety of users. I even used it to stir up salad dressing after reading this on the product description, and it did an amazing job of combining the oil with the other ingredients.
- It’s lightweight and very easy to use, only taking about 20 seconds to froth the milk up. Not bulky like other frothers that I’ve tried.
- It works just as well on a range of different liquids: coconut milk, almond milk, soy, skimmed and full fat. You can even use it to make salad dressings!
- The Savvy Coffee Handheld Milk Frother adds a creamy texture to your coffee that makes you feel like you’re sitting in a professional coffee house.
- Because of its size, you can take it along with you to work, or on a camping trip.
For a quick easy way to froth milk at home, I think the Savvy Coffee Handheld Milk Frother Wand gets the job done. It’s excellent value for money thanks to its versatility, and it makes your drinks taste as though they’ve come straight from a professional coffee shop!
The Savvy Coffee Handheld Milk Frother was simple to use and I didn’t even need to read the directions to get the idea of how it worked. It took about 20 seconds to reach the desired level of foam, but you could go longer if you wanted it a little more creamy. Overall, I was pretty impressed by how fast the whole process was.
Once I’d finished with the frother, I simply with water and placed it on the stand for its next use. This was definitely great value for money and something I would recommend to all coffee lovers who want to start making their own drinks at home.