Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother Review

Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother
Overall Rating
Foam Quality (40%)
Design & Features (20%)
Durability (20%)
Ease of Use (10%)
Brand Reputation (10%)
The Bottom Line
Nespresso is the industry-leader in specialty coffee convenience, and their Aeroccino4 Milk Frother is no exception. With 4 frothing modes (latte, cappuccino, hot milk, cold foam) and one-button use, there's no messing up.
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Key Features of the Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother

Key Features of Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother

  • Hot Froth: Cappuccino foam, latte foam, hot milk
  • Cold Froth: Yes
  • Volume: 4.2 oz (120mL) frothing, 8.4 oz (240mL) heating
  • Temperature: 152°F
  • Exterior: Stainless steel canister and plastic base
  • Size: 7.1″W x 7.1″D x 8.3″H
  • Weight: 3.4 lbs
  • Watts: 490W
  • Warranty: 1 year

Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother Overview

If there’s one company that knows household specialty beverage convenience, it’s Nespresso.

I mean, just look at the array of Nespresso machines.

If you’ve ever looked at purchasing a Nespresso machine, you may have notice they frequently sell bundles with a dedicated frother.

That’s the Aeroccino.

This is the most recent Aeroccino (as of this writing): the Aeroccino4.

It doesn't hold a candle to premium milk frothers like the Breville Milk Cafe BMF600XL, but it's better than the white labeled products you'll find on Amazon from brands you've never heard of.

But the Aeroccino4 does have 4 easy frothing modes:

  1. Airy cappuccino foam
  2. Silky latte foam
  3. Hot milk (not foamed)
  4. Cold foam

That gives it a wide array of uses from a brand name you can trust.

A downside that may be inconsequential: If I’m being completely honest, I do find the Aeroccino4 to be — how do I put this nicely? — ugly. Whether that matters is up to you. It matters a little to me, but not a ton.

Harking back to Nespresso’s love of convenience, though, it doesn’t get any better than a dedicated button for each type of foam.

I always hate the tedious task of trying to select multiple settings with a single-button system, so on that note Nespresso has done a good job.

  • Best combination of convenience and quality
  • 4 frothing modes including cold foam
  • Nespresso is a highly trusted brand
  • Filling to max fill line sometimes causes overflow
  • Ugly (in my opinion)

Is the Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother for you?

Are Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother for you?

Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother Review: An In-Depth Look

Check out the Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother!

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Nespresso Aeroccino4 Frother
Nespresso is the industry-leader in specialty coffee convenience, and their Aeroccino4 Milk Frother is no exception. With 4 frothing modes (latte, cappuccino, hot milk, cold foam) and one-button use, there's no messing up.

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Bryan De Luca

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!