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The short answer here is that that device is not up to the job. Consider how microfoam is typically achieved in coffee shops compared to this device. Espresso shops use steam for a reason. Steam is a very effective mechanism for injecting both steam and air into milk while simultaneously agitating the milk. Your device, on the other hand, heats the milk from ...


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From the video, I agree with the comment that you haven't made enough foam. This is probably mostly due to the small vessel you have. The proper steaming pitcher should hold about twice as much milk and foam as you'll actually use. This gives you the space to spin the milk and create lots of microfoam. After you have an appropriate pitcher, follow these ...


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Full disclosure: The same question was asked at Seasoned Advice and I am re-posting my answer from there with minor adjustments. I would invest in a small thermos bottle, about the size of what you need for one day. They are not only designed to keep hot food hot, they can also keep cold food cold. Choose a size that will be as full as possible when you ...


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