Frothing milk, this is how you do it
With a milk reservoir
Want to prepare cappuccino with just 1 press of a putton? You'll need a fully automatic espresso machine with a milk reservoir. Choose your desired milk specialty, set the milk to espresso rate if needed, wait a while, and your cappuccino is ready!
With a milk hose
A milk hose froths the milk for you automatically. All you need to do is stick the hose into a carton of milk. Make a cappuccino to your taste by adding the desired amount of espresso. Read how to prepare a cappuccino using a coffee machine with a milk hose here.
With a steam pipe
With a steam pipe, you'll be able to influence the milk foam's result yourself a lot. Think of the foam's structure and thickness. You'll be able to make it according to your desire this way. Frothing milk with a steam pipe does require some practice. Read how it works here.
With a milk frother
With a milk frother, you'll froth milk very easily. Just put in the milk, press the button and it'll get to work for you. Afterwards, the only thing you'll need to do is pour it into your cup. You use the milk frother separately from your coffee machine. Read how to make cappuccino with a milk frother here.
Manually frothing milk requires some time and arm strength. If you rarely make a cappuccino, it's easy enough to do. Frothing milk by hand can be done in various ways. Use a mechanical milk frother, a battery-powered whisk, or do it the old-fashioned way with a whisk. Read how it works here.
What milk should you use?
For a cappuccino with soft, creamy milk foam, the kind of milk you choose is important, since a cappuccino is two-thirds milk. Frothing milk is best done with full, long-life milk. Make sure the milk is cooled before frothing it. Read how exactly it works here.