Love a great cup of hot chocolate? Here are some amazing hot chocolate makers that take it beyond using a whisk!
Let’s begin with the ancient & most fun chocolate maker.
The Molinillo De Madera Para Chocolate, is a Mexican hot chocolate stirrer & frother that is still used today.
A molinillo [moh-lee-NEE-yoh] is an ancient Aztec pestle used to grind chocolate as it melts in hot milk when making hot chocolate.
You roll the long handle between your palms just like a boy scout trying to make fire with a stick and moss. The rings on the molinillo whip air into the milk and make it frothy.
Retro style in red with “chrome” accents, this 32 oz capacity hot chocolate maker heats and froths hot chocolate.
(Also only froths.)
It is an easy-pour pitcher but also dispenses hot chocolate through a faucet for self-serve at a party.
It’s not just for hot chocolate. It also makes café lattes, tea lattes, café mochas and more.
It heats cold milk to 130-149℉, which is the optimal temperature for drinking without destroying nutrients.
It creates barista-level foam within 60~120S, perfect for a Latte, Cappuccino and Hot Chocolate.
It features a pour spout for convenience and barista art.
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