Bellman Stovetop Steamer
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What's In The Box
- Bellman Stovetop Steamer
- User Manual
One Of A Kind
With more and more home baristas turning to manual espresso makers like the Flair Pro 2 and the Cafelat Robot, the need for something capable of churning out cafe-quality steamed milk has also risen; that’s where the Bellman stovetop steamer comes in. Capable of producing creamy, silky milk at a much lower price point than a semi-automatic espresso machine, you’ll never be left craving those delicious lattes or cappuccinos that were once only available from your local cafe.
Preparing The Bellman
Getting started with the Bellman stovetop steamer is as simple as filling up the water reservoir and letting it heat on your stove while you prep your espresso. Generally, it’s best to fill the Bellman about halfway, and adding water that is already boiling can speed up the heating process exponentially. It’s very simple to know when you’re ready to start steaming as you will hear and see steam releasing from the handle once the Bellman is fully pressurized. This steamer is suitable for gas, electric, ceramic, and induction stove tops. It is also travel-friendly for those who like to take their espresso equipment on the go.
Compact & Capable
While the Bellman stovetop steamer may not create the same type of pressure as most commercial espresso machines, it does make use of a two-hole steaming wand. This ensures a good vortex motion in your pitcher, making it ideal for creating the silky-textured milk that is used for latte art. This also helps to mitigate those pesky, large bubble, providing you with fantastic micro-foam from the comfort of your own home. Just give the steamer a quick purge to get rid of any condensation that may have built up in the steam arm, and start steaming with the Bellman to get those milk-based drinks that you love.
High Quality Construction
Two-Hole Steaming Tip
Easy to Store
|Materials:||18/10 Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions:||6.7" x 8.5" x 8"|
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