Corretto17 Senior Member Joined: 23 Aug 2012 Posts: 1 Location: North Bay Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Thu Aug 23, 2012, 5:31pm Subject: Ceramic or Stainless Steel Frothing Pitcher
As I'm somewhat new to the world of milk frothing, I was wondering if someone could tell me if it's best to use a ceramic or stainless steel pitcher. I find using a ceramic pitcher works well. Though I'm open to suggestions from others. Thanks
Posted Thu Aug 23, 2012, 6:23pm Subject: Re: Ceramic or Stainless Steel Frothing Pitcher
I do not remember ever seeing a ceramic pitcher with the "optimum" shape for agitation nor a well-shaped spout for latte art. Beyond that, temperature of the milk can be easily sensed by holding a hand on the outer surface of a stainless pitcher. That would not be the case with one made of a ceramic material. A ceramic pitcher would also weigh more and be more difficult to control for optimal positioning.
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