There's something wonderful about the frothy top of a creamy cappuccino - the creamy head is the mark of a great coffee and one that's hard to mimic when brewing up in your own kitchen at home.
There's a number of devices around that help people froth up their milk and the latest of these is the Hario.
Hario is an airtight container that froths milk in around 20-30 seconds. All users have to do is place milk in the bottom, close the lid and shake. The shaking forces the milk through a fine mesh which helps to create the desired foam.
The Hario is light, small and can be simple cleaned in the dishwasher after use, perfect for those who want froth without the fuss.
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