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Product Review: The Keurig Milk Frother

One of our resident coffee aficionados recently took the Keurig Milk Frother for a test drive. Read what he had to say about it, and learn more about this steamy new coffee accessory.

A Winning Addition

When I received the Keurig Milk Frother to test, I was pretty excited.  I used to have a Keurig Rivo system which brews espresso beverages and has a built in frother.  Unfortunately that system had its flaws (not to mention hard-to-find Rivo pods) and after replacing it twice, I switched over to the Keurig K525.  I think even Keurig thought that the Rivo was a problem child as it replaced each one for free, upgraded me to the K525 at no charge and has since stopped distributing it.  The K525 is not an espresso machine so doesn’t have a frother.

The Keurig Milk Frother is a winner.  It froths cold and hot milk, is super simple to use, quiet, and has few parts for cleaning.  The instructions suggest using 2% milk but we are a 1% household and even so, the milk was nice and frothy for the hot beverage (a little less so for the cold one).

There are a couple of improvements I would suggest.  The max fill lines are difficult to see inside the unit – the black type on a black surface is next-to-impossible to see.  Also it would be nice to have a sound option to indicate that the process is finished – currently it’s only an on/off light.

All in all, I think the Keurig Milk Frother will be a welcomed addition to our kitchen gadget collection.

More About The Keurig Milk Frother

The Keurig Milk Frother offers a simple, effective way to create the perfect froth for your cappuccino, latte, or other coffee beverage. Features include:

  • Milk capacity up to 200 ml
  • Easy pour spout
  • Non-stick jug
  • Automatic shut-off

This product is available nationwide and retails for $99.99. To learn more about the new Keurig Milk Frother, please visit

Review author: Matthew Stern

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