Froth up your life! Whip your lattes into shape and channel your inner barista with our custom 3-speed Milk Frother. This frother includes a USB charging cable and two detachable whisk heads for dreamy, cloud-like micro-foam on the go. Works with any type of milk, hot or cold.
Please Note: Milk Frothers are final sale
Choose your attachment - we like the double-headed whisk for lattes.
Pick your speed, we've got three.
Immerse your frother head halfway in the milk and work your way to the top.
The detachable head makes clean-up a breeze!
DYK the more fat and protein in your mylk, the better the froth?
Tips for the best froth?
We recommend using a cup or mug with high walls to prevent splashing. Submerge the frother head in your milk before turning it on, and work your way to the top of your milk. Hold there until frothy, and turn the frother off before removing!
What should I use each whisk head for?
The double headed whisk will give you the most perfect cloud like froth for your lattes! The larger whisk attachment works like a beater or hand mixer. It’s great for mixing ingredients that are a bit heavier and don’t need any foam—think homemade Pumpkin Spice whipped cream, or DIY salad dressing!
How do I clean my milk frother?
Gently remove attachments and rinse them with warm soapy water. You can spot clean the base of the frother with a damp towel, but make sure it doesn’t get submerged in water.
HOW DO I INSERT AND DETACH THE MILK FROTHER WHISKS?
There are four little pieces of black plastic that protrude on the inner area of the milk frother base, and you'll want to make sure that they are accurately lined up with the openings on the milk frother whisk.
You'll also want to make sure that you're leaving a few millimeters of space between the base of the attachment and the body of the milk frother when you're inserting them to prevent them from getting stuck! Inserting the attachments too far can lead to damage over time.
If your milk frother whisk has been inserted correctly, you shouldn’t need much force to detach it. Using too much force when pulling the attachment out of the base, especially if the whisk isn’t properly aligned, can cause the internal mechanisms to break. If your milk frother breaks due to incorrect handling or too much force, we unfortunately won't be able to support with a return or replacement.
Sometimes, using something like a dish towel for extra grip can help to remove the attachments when they're stuck. If you’re having trouble getting your frother attachments unstuck, please send an email to our Customer Success team at email@example.com for support before using more force.