scarlet espresso | Milk thermometer “Professionale
With the Barista milk thermometer you can easily monitor the temperature of the milk during frothing. Why is the temperature so important? The milk should not be heated above 70°C, as from this temperature its complex protein structures are destroyed and the milk foam therefore collapses more quickly. This not only looks unattractive, but can also have a negative impact on taste.
This thermometer is a great tool for framing lovers to heat milk at the optimum temperature and produce stable, fine-pored foam for refining coffee specialities. Coffee latte, cappuccino, coffee with milk and all your favourite hot drinks can now only be enjoyed with perfect milk foam!
This thermometer is also well suited for checking the temperature of brewing water for the preparation of filter coffee. Our recommendation is to brew at 90°C water temperature instead of 100°C.
As usual with thermometers of this type, the cover glass of the temperature scale is not watertight. Therefore please do not put them in the dishwasher, but simply clean them with a damp cloth.
– Dimensions: 16 x 4,5 cm
– Material: stainless steel
– ideal for gastronomy or hobby-Baristas
– with fastening clip for milk jug
– colour-coded area for optimum temperature
PERFECT MILK FOAM: For a Latte-style milk foam, the milk should not be heated above 70°C. With this thermometer you can always keep an eye on the temperature of the milk.
EASE OF HANDLING: Thanks to the height-adjustable clip, the thermometer can be quickly and securely attached to the edge of the jug, the optimum temperature range for frothing milk is colour-coded.
TOLLES ASSISTANT FOR COFFEE HANDERS: By heating the milk at an optimum temperature, a stable, fine-pored milk foam is created, which is excellent for coffee specialities such as latte or cappuccino.
EASY TO CLEAN: You can simply wipe the stainless steel milk foam helper with a damp cloth, but please do not put it in the dishwasher.
Scope of delivery: 1 x milk thermometer “Professionale” made of stainless steel from scarlet espresso.