Kung ayaw mo mapaso while frothing milk, this product is perfect for you. Haha!
This espresso thermometer lets you know exactly what the temperature of water is and when your milk is at the best temperature for consumption. When heating milk you should know that milk can react to temperatures.
Milk has a lower boiling temperature than water. When milk boils, the heat destroys its natural sweetness and introduces undesirable taste. This is why you should not overheat milk when making a cup of espresso.
Here are some important temperature points that might be useful:
Lower than 60C (140F) – Use these temperatures for stretching and texturing milk
60C (140F) – 70C (160F) – This is the optimal drinking temperature. Avoid stretching or texturing at these temperatures.
70C (160F) – 80C (180F) These temperatures are reserved for those that like their cups ‘extra-hot’. You should avoid exceeding 80C as this is close to milk’s boiling point.
When preparing a perfect cup of coffee, the use of a thermometer allows for much greater precision and consistency than your sense of touch can allow. This is why any true coffee enthusiast should have one next to its coffee machine.
Material: Stainless steel