Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL Review

Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL
Overall Rating
Foam Quality (40%)
Design & Features (20%)
Durability (20%)
Ease of Use (10%)
Brand Reputation (10%)
The Bottom Line
One of the best milk frothers you can buy, the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL gives you a large frothing capacity, dedicated cappuccino and latte discs, and the most control over frothing temperature.
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Key Features of the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL

Key Features of Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL

  • Hot Froth: Separate settings for cappuccino and latte
  • Cold Froth: Yes
  • Volume: 17 oz (500mL)
  • Temperature: Dial ranges from just under 120°F to just over 160°F
  • Exterior: Stainless steel
  • Size: 6.0″W x 6.0″D x 10.2″H
  • Weight: 3.6 lbs
  • Watts: 500W
  • Warranty: 1 year

Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL Overview

There’s little doubt the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL is the best milk frother money can buy.

First, it comes with separate whisks for cappuccino and latte frothing:

  • Cappuccino Disc: Thick and creamy froth
  • Latte Disc: Smooth and luscious froth

And the whisks are easy to swap in and out.

However, super picky latte drinkers may find the foam doesn’t get super smooth. If this sounds like you, a frothing wand on an espresso machine will always be your best bet.

Second, I love the temperature control on this model. No other frother on this list gives you the flexibility to foam milk at any temperature from 120°F to 160°F, and even a little cooler/hotter.

In fact, most other frothers just have a single “push to froth” button and don’t let you control temperature at all!

It’s also worth noting the cold stir setting allows you to froth milk for cold beverages, such as iced cappuccino, or simply stir in syrups or instant drinking powders.

This isn’t exclusive to the Breville BMF600XL, though. Most frothers on this list have a cold froth function.

Add in the larger volume (if that appeals to you) and the sturdy, sleek stainless steel construction (how does this not appeal to you) and, well, you can easily see why this is the best milk frother in our rankings!

  • Large max volume
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel exterior
  • Temperature dial gives you the most control of any frother on this list
  • Higher-end cost
  • Latte foam may not please the pickiest of latte drinkers

Is the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL for you?

Are Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL for you?

The Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL is great for discerning cappuccino and latte drinkers who want the ability to dial in the proper frothing temperature.

Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL Review: An In-Depth Look

Check out the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL!

Check out Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL!

Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL
One of the best milk frothers you can buy, the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL gives you a large frothing capacity, dedicated cappuccino and latte discs, and the most control over frothing temperature.

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I'm Bryan but most people know me as The Coffee Maven. I grew up outside Boston, Massachusetts and received my Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from Providence College. My first introduction to coffee was during my college days, when I used it as a source of caffeine to fuel late-night study sessions, but soon I became obsessed with the chemistry of coffee. How did changes to water temperature or contact time affect its taste? Why do beans from Africa taste fruity while beans from Indonesia taste spicy? I launched The Coffee Maven in February 2017 to explore these questions and help others brew their perfect cup. Welcome to my site, and thanks for reading!