Designed for smooth pouring, latte art and zero dribbles. Wide enough for making patterns, narrow enough for detailed pouring.
304 food grade stainless steel keeps rust at bay while providing the durability you need outdoors.
The stainless steel also provides the exact weight you need and professional feel. It's the key to making barista-quality coffee outdoors.
Etched incremental scale in ounces and millilitres on both internal sides of the jug. This will decrease milk waste and save your cafe money as well as taking out the guesswork in pouring milk.
I have been steaming milk in ceramic and stainless steel pitchers for years and years. I found that the ceramic pitchers "steal" heat from the milk during steaming, so I have switched to stainless steel. This Fire-Maple pitcher is metal with a slick coating, maybe something like anodized but I am not sure. In any event, the pitcher is an attractive color and the finish is very easy to clean. The gauge markings on the inside allow you to measure the amount of milk you want, so no guessing there and you can really dial-in your work flow. I steamed up milk and the container worked nicely. The handle is large enough to get some fingers in for comfortable holding without getting too close to the hot milk (through the pitcher wall). With the handsome color, this can be an attractive and highly functional addition to your coffee work flow.
I like to make cappuccino when I have company over, and this milk frother is very attractive. Much more classy than using an empty coffee cup, which is what I usually use. It is made of 304 stainless steel and looks nice.