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:
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.