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Best Coffee Machines with Milk Frothers

Best Coffee Machines with Milk Frothers

A milk frother can make all the difference in turning a good cappuccino into a great one. While many coffee machines leave you to your own devices when it comes to the milk you add to your cuppa, there are a few on the market, with a leaning towards home use, that are manufactured with a built-in milk frother, providing you with a range of extra options and coffee types to explore, rather than just adding your usual dab of milk. Today we’ll explore three of the machines that are well known for their built in milk frothers, but also popular for their elegant design and overall ease of use.

De’Longhi Dedica

The De’Longhi Dedica machine is a pump driven espresso maker and milk frother. Offered in a shiny silver colour, the machine is simple to use, with a built in heating system that ensures your cup if warm in less than a minute (40 seconds was our record). The “adjustable cappuccino system”, as they like to call their milk frother system, is perfect for the preparation of all kinds of delicious frothy milk drinks, ranging from coffee to tea. With just three buttons to use, the machine may be fairly simple to some, but is convenient if you’re not looking for something overcomplicated with too many bells and whistles. Retailing at just under R4000, it’s a great product to consider if you’re starting out your coffee journey and have never owned a coffee machine before.

Philips 3100 Series

Philips is a well known manufacturer of electronics, though not many people associate them with making coffee machines (kettles seem to come to mind first when you hear the name). Their super automatic espresso machine in the 3100 series has made our list today, not only for its surprisingly sleek design, but for its frothy coffee functionality as well. The machine is great for heavy use, with the brand promising 5000 cups before you even have to think about descaling. The carafe frother, which is built into the machine, ensures that a majority of these 5000 cups can be cappuccinos, if you so wish them to be. Easy to operate and with a capacity of almost two liters, this machine is the way to go, though you should be prepared to fork out around R6500 for this one if you’re buying out of the box.

Nespresso Lattissima Touch

Beautifully designed, simple and compact, this machine is somewhat of a wildcard on our list, considering how many people are moving towards capsule based machines provided by the brand itself. That said, it should not be considered the “ugly stepsister” of the Nespresso range in any way, as it also provides a delicious cup of coffee each time. The Lattissima Touch is also pretty cool, because it provides extra frothy froth, thanks to Nespresso’s 19 bar pressure system. Easy to use and easy to clean, it’s no surprise that this machine is a favourite of newly married couples, retailing at under R3500. 

Finding The Right Coffee Machine for Your Needs

Whatever you decide, it’s important to do a thorough search to find the coffee machine that is most suited to the needs of your family. At Aquaspresso, they provide a range of affordable coffee machines, but with a twist. They are one of only a handful of companies in Gauteng offering high end products at monthly rentals, which is particularly useful if you’re struggling a bit with end of year cashflow. If you’re wanting a new product in particular, they’re also more than happy to help, offering competitive prices, and great installation and maintenance service too.

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