Caff1/2© Froth Monet Manual Frother - Black

Model:Cafe Froth Monet
Regular Price: $24.99
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Have an espresso maker but no frothing attachment? You can still enjoy cappuccino topped with creamy billowing froth with this manually operated, easy-to-use frother. Simply pump the rod up and down 20 times, let rest for a few seconds and then scoop out delicious frothed milk.

  • Froths 10 to 12 ounces of milk for coffee drinks
  • Stylish carafe and domed stainless-steel lid with color-accent acrylic knob
  • Stainless-steel plunger and frothing screen, with lifetime warranty against rust
  • Easy-pour spout
  • Color-coordinated nonskid coaster and long-handled scoop included
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 9 inches ; 12 ounces

Caff1/2© Froth Monet Manual Frother - Black Reviews

Average Customer Rating:
(based on 4 reviews) 
great frother!
by:b (11-04-2013)
santa fe,nm
Comments:I have tried vsrious frothers and BonJour is the best. Easy to use, strong glass cannister and nice froth. Better than the others.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Good Product
by:Jean (10-22-2013)
El Cajon, CA
Comments:Good frother, purchased as a replacement for one that I had used for 8 years. Makes a nice thick froth, has a good rubber bottom so it does not slip and a sturdy frothing appliance that cleans easily. Would highly recommend.
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Clear Winner for Frothing & Durability
by:w. randolph t. (07-04-2009)
St. Louis, MO
Comments:I've been through all of the frothing contrivances . . . powered whips, assorted pump models and the BonJour Froth Maximus stands, over all, the clear winner.

The froth is rich and dense, outperforming its lookalike from Bodum, with what is clearly a superior screen/aerator.

I've been thru (4) of the Bodums because it happened to be the unit I discovered years' before just discovering the BonJour. With each, the frail glass "crumbled" under normal use. The last one . . . I "looked at" the wrong way and it cracked. I've owned Bodum glassware with the same "planned obsolescence" feature. Never again.

I'll report back on how long the BonJour glass lasts, but it is clearly heavier, and hopefully, more durable than its weakling ["but, we'll happily sell you another a replacement" carafe] competitor.

A "must" for latte afficionados, and a well-designed tool with a heavy-duty hand pump assembly, microwavable carafe and convenient rubber base in which to stand the carafe for extra stability.

One Latte Lover's Recipe:
I add a tablespoon of 1/2&1/2 to 1% milk filled to the marked line on the carafe, pump the frother about 15-20x and pop it in the MW for about 60sec. You can watch the froth rise to the top of the carafe, as it heats. That's a good time to stop the MW.

You can adjust the stiffness of the froth to your liking by adjusting the MW time.

Oh, and BonJour includes a convenient froth scoop.

Add froth to your best espresso. Dust froth with a sprinkle of cinnamon and a sprinkle of cocoa/sugar. Recipe: sift together dark powdered cocoa with an equal part powdered sugar and store in a convenient sprinkle-shaker.

You too, will be the neighborhood source for award-winning lattes!

Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
Creamier/thicker than other brands
by:Joan the perfectionist (01-24-2009)
Haverford, PA
Comments:I owned the Bon jour Frother for many years and the glass broke. I purchased another reputable product, same design as yours but the froth screen construction is nothing like yours.It was more expensive & the froth is watery. when I used your frother screen in their glass, no comarison-it was perfect (I also use soy milk.) I'm returning it and purchasing yours online!!
I am thrilled that I finally found your product!
thank you!!
Bottom Line:I would recommend this product.
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