BonJour Automatic Battery-Powered Primo Latte Frother

BonJour Primo Latte frother is the perfect fusion of excellence in design and function. The curvaceous black and matte silver frother features a uniquely comfortable design. BonJour Primo Latte’s Spring disc effortlessly turns even non-fat milk into lush, creamy froth in seconds for cappuccinos, lattes and mochas. BonJour Primo Latte Frother includes a matte wire

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BonJour Primo Latte frother is the perfect fusion of excellence in design and function. The curvaceous black and matte silver frother features a uniquely comfortable design. BonJour Primo Latte’s Spring disc effortlessly turns even non-fat milk into lush, creamy froth in seconds for cappuccinos, lattes and mochas. BonJour Primo Latte Frother includes a matte wire stand that serves as the perfect countertop home for this attention getting frother.If your espresso maker doesn’t froth milk, you can still make creamy lattes and cappuccinos with this hand-held frother from BonJour. Simply insert the stainless-steel wire disc into a tall glass one-third full of cold milk (the health conscious will be pleased to know that nonfat milk works best), press and hold the on button, and in seconds the milk will froth to more than twice its volume. The milk can then be heated in a microwave and the espresso or coffee added. A wire stand keeps the frother handily located and displayed–its ergonomically designed handle with non-slip accents is quite eye-catching. Measuring 10 inches in overall length, the frother requires two AA batteries (not included), and should be washed gently by hand. –Ann Bieri

Product Features

  • Frother whips up rich, creamy milk froth in seconds for cappuccinos and lattes
  • Elegant ergonomic handle features non-slip accents
  • Stainless-steel stem and spring coil frothing disc
  • Wire stand keeps frother handy

Comments

M. Allen Greenbaum says:

Primo, Dude… Works Well and TRIPLES the volume! Update: 2010Still going strong; however, I have some reservations about the stand. After several years of use, I now feel that the stand is too easily tipped over (but only because accidents do happen–if you never brushed against it, the stand wouldn’t tip over), and that led to a bent “wand” when the frother hit the floor. I just received the Aerolatte as a gift (available also at Amazon.com) and am very pleased with it. However, I’ve only had it a few days; the reliable Bonjour frother worked well for over four years, and was slightly bent only because of an accident. Still make a fantastic (and relatively inexpensive) gift for the coffee connoisseur or the casual cocoa fan! Still highly recommendedbut you might want to compare this with the Aerolatte on features and price. Happy drinking!Update: Feb 20, 2006I’ve upgraded this from a 4.5 to a full 5* since purchasing it back in December. Initially, it seemed difficult to insert the batteries,…

Stace Culver Dayment "daymented.com" says:

Doubles the volume! Actually, I LOVE this thing – and when I got it as a gift, I thought it was pretty hokey. I used to work at Starbucks and I know there’s no faking frothy, steamed milk.But this guy does it!To clean it I just dab a drop of dishsoap on it and send it spinning under the hot tap.To change the batteries, make sure to squeeze *both* sides of the case.This makes giant, fluffy hot chocolates – it does an amazing job with the marshmallows! As dorky as it is, I now have it in high rotation in my kitchen!

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